Myths That Cause Crime

Myths That Cause Crime

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A new Chapter 16, "Meetings and Events, " gives students practical advice and checklists for organizing everything from a banquet to a convention and a trade show. A new Chapter 13, "The Internet and Social Media" succinctly explains how the Internet and social media are used in a variety of public relations programs and campaigns. A completely revised and updated Chapter 18, "Entertainment, Sports, and Tourism" explores these major industries and gives students practical information about working in these fields. New PR Casebooks feature current issues such as the BP Gulf Coast oil spill, Toyota's car recall, Apple's iPad, Tiger Woods, healthcare reform, Obama's election, Google and Chinese censorship, Goldman Sachs and Wall Street, and the World Cup of soccer in South Africa. Increased coverage about preparing digital materials for mass media prepares students for working to today's world. Updated information and graphics reflecting the contemporary landscape of the profession provide a realistic view to new public relations professionals. Included are statistical information on salaries in public relations and which practice areas have the highest compensation, the scope of the public relations industry, and the activities of practitioners in firms and departments. iPad version available! Public Relations, Strategies and Tactics 10e will be avaialble with MyCommunicationLab in an iPad textbook version.
Publisher: Cabin John, Md. : Seven Locks Press, 1984.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780932020352
Branch Call Number: 364.973 Pe
Characteristics: xiii, 170 p. ; 22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Jesilow, Paul 1950-


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