Public relations as relationship management
In an updated essay in our 'public relations as' series, we explore public relations as relationship management.
Review: Public Relations Theory III
Public relations has struggled to gain recognition as an academic discipline. Yet there's now a substantial body of public relations theory as this scholarlarly 500-page book shows.
Has the world gone mad?
Black swan events are supposed to be rare. Why are so many coming at once asks crisis comms expert Chris Tucker.
Review: Post-Truth Public Relations
In this wideranging new book, Gareth Thompson argues that we've already passed 'peak PR'.
Blended public relations
How to teach the true messiness of twenty-first century public relations to a class of beginners entitled to expect simple answers to straightforward questions?
What is public relations?
We introduce our latest free guide, to definitions and paradigms of public relations.
Blue sky thinking: part two
Today, Andy Green initiates the 'Dublin Conversation' seeking consensus around a new purpose for public relations and communication.
Blue sky thinking: part one
David GH Phillips and Dr Annie Danbury proposed a Cultural Relations Theory: the use of big data to dynamically map the issues and stakeholders surrounding an organisation.
Guide: Using communication theory
Our guide to using communication theory is a valuable resource for public relations and internal communication practitioners. The guide covers basic transmission models and also draws on mass communication and psychology.