Handbook of Public Affairs Authors : Phil Harris, Craig S Fleisher Publisher : SAGE Published Date : 2005-07-15 ISBN-13 : 9780761943938 Page : 579 Pages Language : en Descriptions Handbook of Public Affairs Drawing on the expertise of leading figures in the field, this handbook provides an overview of public affairs and government relations for students, CEOs, association executives, politicians, lobbyists and business managers.
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Public Affairs Authors : William M. Hammond Publisher : Government Printing Office Published Date : 1988 ISBN-13 : 9780160016738 Page : 413 Pages Language : en Descriptions Public Affairs United States Army in Vietnam. CMH Pub. 91-13. Draws upon previously unavailable Army and Defense Department records to interpret the part the press played during the Vietnam War. Discusses the roles of the following in the creation of information policy: Military Assistance Command’s Office of Information in Saigon; White House; State Department; Defense Department; and the United States Embassy in Saigon.
Public Affairs Authors : Paul Apostolidis, Juliet A. Williams Publisher : Duke University Press Published Date : 2003-12-24 ISBN-13 : 9780822385387 Page : 288 Pages Language : en Descriptions Public Affairs Public affairs—or sex scandals—involving prominent politicians are as revealing of American culture as they are of individual peccadillos. Implicated in their unfolding are a broad range of institutions, trends, questions, and struggles, including political parties, Hollywood, the Christian right, new communications technologies, the restructuring of corporate media, feminist and civil rights debates, and the meaning of public life in the “society of the spectacle.” The contributors to Public Affairs […]
Public Affairs in Practice Authors : Stuart Thomson, Steve John Publisher : Kogan Page Publishers Published Date : 2007 ISBN-13 : 9780749444723 Page : 168 Pages Language : en Descriptions Public Affairs in Practice Public Affairs in Practice explains how public affairs (PA) is now much more than just political lobbying. Modern PA includes working with other policy-making bodies, such as regulators, commercial organizations and other interested parties. This is the first book to examine the methods PA professionals use to make an impact. It takes each area of the industry in turn and looks at the tools involved in […]
Public Affairs Reporting Now Authors : George Michael Killenberg Publisher : Taylor & Francis Published Date : 2012-07-26 ISBN-13 : 9781136033216 Page : 400 Pages Language : en Descriptions Public Affairs Reporting Now Everyday life, no whether the issues or events arise next-door or a continent away, raises questions and concerns that the public counts on journalists to answer and, more important, confront. More than ever before, we all rely on the news media for warnings, explanations and insights. The profession – and society – cannot afford lazy, inept, uncommitted journalists. Today’s reporters must learn how to cover public affairs […]
Corporate Public Affairs Authors : Otto Lerbinger Publisher : Routledge Published Date : 2006-08-15 ISBN-13 : 9781135599980 Page : 496 Pages Language : en Descriptions Corporate Public Affairs Corporate Public Affairs explores the increasing interest in public affairs by today’s organizations. Lerbinger indicates that more and more frequently corporations are establishing public affairs positions–typically within public relations departments–to respond to issues and concerns arising out of the sociopolitical environment in which the corporation functions. He articulates the functions and responsibilities of the public affairs role, and investigates the approaches to dealing with primary constituencies–interest groups, media, and government. Divided into […]