Review: Reputation in Business
Richard Bailey reviews 'a useful book that places reputation within the spectrum of risk, issues and crisis management - and which takes a distinctively political view'.
Review: Poles Apart
Tribal behaviour is hard-wired into human psychology, so we can't simply blame Facebook and Twitter for this. But nor should we ignore the Cambridge Analytica scandal or outside attempts to influence elections in the UK and US.
Does targeted political advertising present a threat to democracy?
'Fake news is all around us.' Catherine Owen-Williams explores the threat to democracy posed by the misinformation age.
A celebrity endorsement can make headlines, but does it help win elections asks Kerri Prince.
All public relations is political
Not all public relations is public affairs, but all public relations is political argues Richard Bailey.
Review: Post-Truth Public Relations
In this wideranging new book, Gareth Thompson argues that we've already passed 'peak PR'.
Review: F**k Business: The Business of Brexit
In the week the UK leaves the UK, we review an insider's account of how the Conservative party became a Brexit party.
Review: Rethinking Public Relations
We review an important new book that asserts the central role of persuasion in public relations.
Making a success of ‘Bring ID to vote’
Debbie Hickman explains how Woking Borough Council achieved a 99.73% success rate on a voter ID trial.
Review: Dear Madam President
Hillary Clinton's former communication director has written an open letter to a future female President of the US.
Campaigns That Shook The World
A review of Danny Rogers' book: 'Campaigns that shook the world: The Evolution of Public Relations'
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