Edited by Elspeth Tilley.
Book reviews edited by Richard Varey.
Welcome to the 2006 general issue of PRism. We aim to provide public relations and communication researchers and practitioners with high standard, refereed online reference materials, and furnish new academic writers with a refereed outlet to encourage development of top quality scholarly work.
For this issue, we have trialled a new rolling publication schedule for refereed articles, and we are pleased to report that the process has resulted in rapid publication turnarounds throughout the year. Issue 4(1) is now complete, but we'll be continuing to use the great potential of staggered online publication in future issues, so please feel free to submit your research articles for refereeing at any time. Click here for submission guidelines.
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- Boynton, L., & Dougall, E. (2006). The methodical avoidance of experiments in public relations research. PRism 4(1): http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/2006_general/Boynton_Dougall.pdf
- Howell, G., & Miller, R. (2006). How the relationship between the crisis life cycle and mass media content can better inform crisis communication. PRism 4 (1). Available at: http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/2006_general/Howell_Miller.pdf
- Mackey, S. (2006). Misuse of the term ‘stakeholder’ in public relations. PRism 4(1). Available at: http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/2006_general/Mackey.pdf
- Pike, D., & Jackson, N. (2006). Ethics and the promotion of consumer brands to children: Marketing public relations in the UK toy industry. PRism 4 (1): http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/2006_general/Pike_Jackson.pdf
- Roberts, K. G. (2006). Exercises in rhetorical form: Teaching public relations from a praxis perspective. PRism 4(1): http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/2006_general/Roberts.pdf
- Surma, A. (2006). The rhetoric of reputation: Vision not visibility. PRism 4(1): http://www.prismjournal.org/fileadmin/Praxis/Files/Journal_Files/2006_general/Surma.pdf
Viewpoints is a new section in which we publish short opinion pieces on the broad topic of public communication and communication guidelines. We particularly encourage working practitioners to offer their insights and case studies in this section. All viewpoints are, of course, authors' own.
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