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Edited by Elspeth Tilley.

Book reviews edited by Richard Varey.

Welcome to our general issue for 2009. There was also a special guest-edited issue published in 2009, on global public relations (click here), but as the steady stream of quality submissions on public relations topics of interest exceeded the parameters of just the special issue topic, we've continued to publish our regular omnibus issue as well.

Below you will find a diverse range of refereed articles, covering everything from educational issues to new media to research methods and theory-building. Please read, enjoy, and contribute to the debate and to the development of the discipline with your own articles or discussion pieces. Click here for submission guidelines.


Table of Contents

Brunner, B.R. & Brown, M. H. (2009). Using public relations to address diversity issues on campus: A case study in goals, image and relationships. PRism 6(1):

Galloway, C. & Weaver, D. (2009). Collaborative curriculum development in public relations: Applying Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT). PRism 6(1):

Hickerson, C.A., & Thompson, S. R. (2009). Dialogue through wikis: A pilot exploration of dialogic public relations and wiki websites. PRism 6(1):

Jaques, T. (2009). The case for case studies: Optimising the use of communication cases. PRism 6(1):

Jones, K. & Bartlett, J. L. (2009). The strategic value of corporate social responsibility: A relationship management framework for public relations practice. PRism 6(1):

Robinson, J.A. & Waters, R.D. (2009). Teaching blog management: Preparing professors for the opportunities and challenges of teaching Web 2.0 in the classroom. PRism 6(1):

Yilmaz, B. S. & Gunel, O. D. (2009). Probable applications of complex networks in public relations practices: A scenario-based approach. PRism 6(1):

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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