2146RE: [prbytes] RESOURCES: Public Relations Research: What are the Issues in Public Relations
- Aug 5, 2002David:
Just one correction: the correct address for the PRSSA-Talk group on
yahoo is http://groups.yahoo.com/group/prssa-talk/
2000/02 National Webmaster
Public Relations Student Society of America
From: David P. Dillard [mailto:jwne@...]
Sent: Saturday, August 03, 2002 5:24 AM
Subject: [prbytes] RESOURCES: Public Relations Research: What are the
Issues in Public Relations
I provided the answer below to a question on another list:
> I have been compiling a list of what I think to be RELEVANT PR topicsThis person asks for sites or topics that will help to list the issues
> and sites for information
and information categories relevant to public relations for an overview
talk on this subject. Some of the resources listed will result from the
orientation of the poster to the information science field.
Nevertheless, I thought that some members of this list might find these
Here are some websites that may help with content of value for a public
relations issues compilation for a subject outline or content categories
important in public relations practice.
The list on the left column although labeled marketing should have a
number of cross applicable categories for public relations and the list
of public relations media should also be useful.
Catalog / Public Relations / issues
Contains remarks on each category IBM lists on this page as public
relations issues. Also refer back to this page:
Issues and Crisis Management
Public Relations: Issues & Commentary
Marketing Issues - Public Relations Resources
Project Public Relations Philosophy, Audiences, Issues
[Powerpoint presentation, may be useful as outline of issues]
1999/2000 Public Relations Chair report
... Public Relations. ... Involved other Canadian Chapters and CASLIS in
advocacy for greater involvement in National Library issues
[PDF] Public Relations and Advocacy
[List of Several Books for Sale that are Topically and Library Related]
Library Public Relations
Public Relations Virtual Library <http://www.cvprsa.org/library.html>
Public Relations/Marketing Library Services
Public Relations and Communication Resources
Illinois State Library -- News
Illinois Public Library Public Relations At Its Best
Beyond Words: Effective Library Communication
A Workshop for the Wisconsin Association of Public Libraries Presented
by Peggy Barber Library Communication Strategies
[Recent Presentation: Outline May Hold Useful Topical Categories]
Here is a list of several discussion groups in which public relations
news or discussion of public relations issues will help put some content
on the bones of a public relations issue outline.
A moderated forum for public relations professionals to discuss
PR/communication issues as they relate to the Internet.
A network of Hispanic PR professionals and those practicing Hispanic PR.
[Messages are in the English Language]
PRSSA-Talk is the official online mailing list of the
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA).
The Weekly Spin
Current news tips about public relations, propaganda and media spin,
compiled daily by the staff of PR Watch (www.prwatch.org) and emailed to
subscribers once a week. The Weekly Spin is excerpted from the Spin of
the Day section of the PR Watch website. NOTE: As of June 11, 2002, this
group is no longer active. Distribution of the Weekly Spin has been
transferred to the PR Watch server. To sign up, visit:
Public Archives of Issues Available at:
MarketingIssues Marketing Issues is an email forum for those in the
advertising, marketing, public relations and communications industry.
Young PR Pros: for public relations professionals in the
first ten years of their careers.
According to a recent PR Week survey, 55% of those in
public relations have been in the business fewer than ten years.
However, most of the online PR forums are dominated by more
senior PR people. These forums are very beneficial as far as
receiving tactical counsel from experienced professionals,
but often fail to well-represent those newer to the field, their less
conservative take, and the specific issues they encounter. This forum
seeks to bridge that gap. <http://groups.yahoo.com/group/youngprpros/>
Archives for this group is public.
I hope that these resources will be useful to the members of this
Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to
- << Previous post in topic