A PR student’s guide to dissertations
A supervisor and a student offer their advice on how to approach an undergraduate dissertation in public relations.
Communicating faith, the Green Pope and the ‘brand’ of the Catholic Church
Rosie Heaton summarises her undergraduate dissertation.
Gender, race and foreignness
'Despite progress in representation of women in senior levels, parity remains out of reach for ethnic minority women on all levels and particularly black women.' Lucy Ndlovu summarises her study of Black African women in the UK labour market.
What makes an excellent corporate communications department?
Guest author Charlotte Greaves summarises her MSc dissertation study.
Before the pandemic, global travel was popularised and promoted by social media influencers and online resources. Caitlin McGarry studied this phenomenon for her final year dissertation.
Catherine Maguire summarises her dissertation study into the impact of social media in reducing the stigma attached to mental illness.
Pride and promotion: commercialising a celebration
Eliot Woolfe summarises his dissertation study into the commercialisation of Pride Month.
Research: Proving the value of PR
Guest author Jessica Pardoe explored the ROI of PR for her dissertation which she summarises here.
Charlie Hebdo media discourse analysis
Jennifer Sanchis studied media discourse around the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attacks for her dissertation.