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Listed below are search terms for you to use when searching for resources about Public Relations.
- "Public Relations"
- "Publicity Agent"
- "Public Relations Specialist"
- "Public attitudes"
- "Edward Louis Bernays"
- "Ivy Lee"
- "information flow"
- "public reaction"
- "public opinion"
Job Outlook: PR
Taken from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this is the U.S. Department of Labor's occupational outlook for PR specialists. It provides job outlook statistics, an overview of the type of work done in this field, earnings statistics, and more.
Center for Media & Democracy
"The nonprofit Center for Media and Democracy strengthens participatory democracy by investigating and exposing public relations spin and propaganda, and by promoting media literacy and citizen journalism, media 'of, by and for the people.'"--website
Institute for Public Relations
"The Institute for Public Relations is an independent nonprofit that bridges the academy and the profession, supporting PR research and mainstreaming this knowledge into practice through PR education."--website
Museum of Public Relations
Established in 1997, this is the place to go to learn about how ideas are developed for industry, education, and government, and how they have been applied to successful public relations programs since the PR industry was born.
The companion website for PRWeek Magazine. PRWeek.com delivers the full contents of PRWeek online each week, as well as a fully searchable archive of editorials, news, features, industry research, and special reports.
Public Relations Firms
Supported by SourceWatch, this site offers an extensive list of public relations firms and their websites.
Spin Watch: Monitering PR & Spin
"an independent non-profit making organization which monitors the role of public relations and spin in contemporary society."--website
PR Associations & Organizations
below are links to many different associations and organizations
dedicated to Public Relations. Often times these associations are great
resources to use in finding out the latest news and developments in
their field. They also provide career advice and even include job
Arthur W. Page Society
The Arthur W. Page Society is a select membership organization for senior public relations and corporate communications executives who seek to enrich and strengthen their profession.
International Public Relations Association (IPRA)
"IPRA will be the world’s most relevant, resourceful and influential professional association for senior international public relations executives." --ipra.org
Pennsylvania Public Relations Society
"PPRS is a professional society of more than 150 active public relations professionals throughout central Pennsylvania. Our members represent various types of organizations with expertise in all facets of public relations."--Website
Public Relations Society of America
"the world's largest organization for public relations professionals. The Society has nearly 32,000 professional and student members."--website
Public Relations Student Society of America
Created by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), the Public Relations Student Society of America. aims to cultivate a favorable and mutually advantageous relationship between between students and professional public relations practitioners.
Advice for students about the PR profession
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