Handbook of Public Relations

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Oxford University Press, South Africa, Oct 15, 2013 - Public relations - 355 pages
Do you know what is needed to compile a media release? How do public relations practioners create successful corporate social investment activities? How do you implement a new corporate identity programme? What do you need to plan PR events? Now in its tenth edition, Handbook of Public Relations remains a leading South African text that offers academic and practical perspectives on public relations in the business and management environment. The tenth edition provides current and relevant public relations developments by using case studies on issues such as social media and corporate branding from a uniquely local perspective. The text is written in accessible language that will assist students to grasp public relations terminology.FeaturesReflection features to help students evaluate the content covered in each chapterReview questions to help students with self-assessmentNew case studies on corporate governance and social marketing.

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