The public relations perspective
It's a myth that public relations is easy and that anyone can do it. Practitioners are required to look in all directions and balance often competing interests.
#50over50: Anne Gregory
Public relations is not rocket science - it's much harder than that argues Professor Anne Gregory in our #50over50 profile.
What are we? Industry, profession or occupation?
Public relations is a professionalising field - but not yet a full profession. We review the arguments in favour of the status quo.
Research into public relations education reveals mixed picture
A new research report published today argues that public relations is professionalising. Yet at the same time it reports on the steep decline in undergraduate public relations degree courses.
Briefing: Graduate careers in public relations
'The challenge for graduates is not so much getting into public relations as getting on in public relations'. Our briefing aimed at non-PR graduates explains about careers in public relations.
What’s the matter with public relations?
We say we do public relations, so why don't we put the relationship first asks Richard Bailey.
What have the scholars ever done for us?
Platinum is a collection of essays marking 70 years of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.
Where is the next generation of talent coming from?
Robert Minton-Taylor wants public relations to be a desirable career choice for ambitious teenagers of all backgrounds.
Future proofing the public relations profession
David Phillips explores how technology is transforming public relations, a profession critical to wealth creation.
An invitation from the editor
By now, our purpose should be coming clear. Here are ten ways you could become involved.
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