Grant: Best practices and cases in communication management tools
This project is jointly funded by the National Social Science Fund of China (NSSFC) (Funded Project Series ID: 18BXW065) and the Academic Research Project Funds of Shanghai International Studies University, 2019-2020.
Understanding the competency spectrum for communication management: The need, the gap, and the continuous learning mindset
Abstract: Communication practitioners are expected to master a wide range of communication and non-communication skills to demonstrate efficiency and competency. Although the competency spectrum has been taken for granted in […]
Ethical challenges in an evolving digital communication era: Coping resources and ethics trainings
Abstract: This study investigates the ethical challenges facing public relations professionals in today’s digital communication environment. Specifically, we focused our research on the new ethical challenges in digital practice, the […]