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Public Relations Campaigns (2nd edition)

ISBN : 9780195578621

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¥8,030
Author: 
Mark Sheehan; Robina Xavier
Pages
288 Pages
Format
Paperback
Size
170 x 244 mm
Pub date
May 2014
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Public Relations Campaigns is designed to guide current and aspiring Public Relations professionals through the campaign development and implementation process. It illustrates the application of planning theory to real life scenarios to provide a practical approach for planning a successful campaign. The first half of the book provides the foundations on which successful campaigns are built: theory, research and evaluation. This leads into an exploration of a series of contemporary campaigns that highlight specialist areas of public relations practice. This provides an inside view, mapping the elements of the campaign step by step and enables an understanding of how a successful campaign is built. There is also a focus on campaign analysis, comparing and contrasting competing interests and an exploration of campaign impact.

Index: 

Preface
1. Introduction to Public Relations Campaigns, Mark Sheehan
2. Overview of Public Relations Campaigns in Australia, Mark Sheehan
3. Introduction to Contemporary Public Relations Theory, Bronwyn Kirby
4. Understanding Research, Mark Civitella
5. Third Sector Public Relations: Every Australian Counts-Making the NDIS Real, Paul Adams
6. Social Marketing: DrinkWise Australia, Noel Turnbull
7. An NGO Using People Power: GetUp!, Emma Bennett
8. Internal Communication: Future Ready at La Trobe University, Karen Morath
9. Public Relations in the Finance Sector: India Equities, Mark Sheehan and David Manallack
10. Marketing Public Relations: Juice it Right,
GWYNETH V. J. HOWELL AND ROHAN MILLER
11. Community Risk Issue Activists: Coal Seam Gas in Australia, Chris Galloway and Tony Jaques
12. Issues and Crisis Management: James Hardie Industries, Gwyneth V. J. Howell
13. Emergency Crisis Communication: Returning Power to Collinsville, Robina Xavier
14. Tourism and Public Relations: Bringing Oprah 'Down Under', Ingrid Larkin
15. Crisis Communication and Reputation: Energex and the 2011 Queensland Floods, Ingrid Larkin

About the author: 

Mark Sheehan is Senior Lecturer in Public Relations in the School of Communication & Creative Arts (SCCA) at Deakin University, Australia. He was the founding Postgraduate Course Director of the Master of Arts (Professional Communication) and Associate Head of School - Regional and Development. Since 2006 he has edited the Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal and has published widely on public relations in Australia, lobbying, crisis management and risk communication. Professor Robina Xavier is Executive Dean of the QUT Business School and has more than twenty years' experience in public relations practice and education. After starting her career with the federal government in Canberra, Robina moved to consulting, working primarily in the areas of investor relations and issues management. Prior to joining QUT, she managed the Corporate and Finance Division for Turnbull Fox Phillips in Queensland.

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