Edited by Elspeth Tilley and Frank Sligo.
Book reviews edited by Richard Varey.
This double issue for 2007/08features a range of focussed articles from around the world on the teaching and learning of public relations, collected together as a special issueon public relations pedagogy. We're very grateful to Dr Lisa T Fall for kicking off the idea for this special issue and recruiting some stellar contributors: see below for examples of their work. Plus, our usual diverse array ofbroader articles on current issues and research in public relations and communicationgenerally is featured in an accompanying omnibusissue.
Thank you to all the authors for supporting PRism's mission to provide quality materials online by sending in yourrelevant and thoughtful work, includingtheexcellent book and conference reviews andfascinating commentary piecesthatkeep usinformed and entertained throughout the year.
Keep those contributions coming (click here for submission guidelines) and make sure you visitour 2009 issue (click here)to see what's new.
Chung, W. (2007/8). Culture matters: Comparing tertiary public relations curricula in the United States of America, the United Kingdom, and South Korea. PRism 5(1&2): http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/chung.pdf
James, M. (2007/8). Driving learning through blogging: Students perceptions of a reading journal blog assessment task. PRism 5(1&2): http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/James.pdf
Li, C. (2007/8). Why are you giggling? An exploratory investigation of communication educators interactions with international students. PRism 5(1&2): http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/li.pdf
Lubbers, C., Bourland-Davis, P., & Rawlins, B. (2007/8). Public relations interns and ethical issues at work: Perceptions of student interns from three different universities. PRism 5(1&2): http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/Lubbers_Bourland-Davis_Rawlins.pdf
Mehta, A., & Xavier, R. (2007/8). Building self-evaluation skills through criterion-referenced assessment in public relations. PRism 5(1&2): http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/Mehta_Xavier.pdf
Xavier, R., Mehta, A., & Larkin, I. (2007/8). Destination public relations: Understanding the sources that influence course selection for and career preferences of postgraduate students. PRism 5(1&2): http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/Xavier_Mehta_Larkin.pdf
Would you like to contribute a book review, conference report, or academic or commentary article? We welcome your input, including your feedback on items in this issue. Please see the ongoing call for papers page for guidelines for reviews and articles.
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