Public Relations History: Theory, Practice, and Profession

1st Edition

Cayce Myers

Routledge
July 22, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 192 Pages - 1 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138491410 - CAT# K350038

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Summary

This book presents a unique overview of public relations history, tracing the development of the profession and its practices in a variety of sectors, ranging from politics, education, social movements, corporate communication, and entertainment.

Author Cayce Myers examines the institutional pressures, including financial, legal, and ethical considerations, that have shaped public relations and have led to the parameters in which the practice is executed today, exploring the role underrepresented groups and sectors (both in the U.S. and internationally) played in its formation. The book presents the diversity and nuance of public relations practice while also providing a cohesive narrative that engages readers in the complex development of this influential profession.

Public Relations History is an excellent resource for upper level undergraduate and graduate courses covering public relations theory, management, and administration; mass communication history; and media history.

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