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Social Identity Signaling in Public Relations: Recruitment of BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ Practitioners Taeyeon Kim

Abstract: This study examined the effectiveness of DEI cues in recruiting BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ practitioners by conducting a 2 (identify as marginalized or not) x 2 (high or low DEI […]

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Into the Metaverse: State of Art and Research Agenda Jooyoung Kim

Jooyoung Kim (June 3). Into the Metaverse: State of Art and Research Agenda. This webinar is organized and hosted by EUPRERA (European Public Relations Education and Research Association). https://euprera.org/what-we-do/webinars/

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Gender equality in public relations and communication: A comprehensive study bridging the knowledge between North and South America Juan Meng

Abstract: our research endeavors to provide the current reality of gender equality in the profession of public relations in the geographic region of America (i.e., North America and South America). Specifically, […]

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The impact of crucibles in developing public relations character and competencies as servant leaders Juan Meng

Abstract: Crucibles are essential in the development of leaders. Crucibles refer to trials and challenges that test and mold the character, values and behavior of leaders. Through in-depth interviews with […]

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VOICES: Meet the faculty and students of VOICES and learn how you can be involved Juan Meng

Meng, Juan. (March 2, 2022). VOICES: Meet the faculty and students of VOICES and learn how you can be involved. This webinar is organized and hosted by VOICES, the new national organization […]

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The role of ethical leadership in building influence Juan Meng

Meng, Juan and Neill, Marlene. (March 15, 2022). The role of ethical leadership in building influence, invited and interviewed by Mark McClennan, APR, Fellow PRSA and to be featured in EthicalVoices: Real Ethics […]

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Child immigrant detention: Spokesperson key messages, engineered frames and cultural rules María E. Len-Ríos

Abstract: PR professionals engineer acceptability for policy, such as child immigrant detention, through key messages. Agenda building, engineered frames and rules theories guide study of spokesperson attributions from 221 articles […]

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Ethical challenges in an evolving digital communication era: Coping resources and ethical trainings in corporate communications Juan Meng, Solyee Kim & Bryan H. Reber

Abstract: This study investigated the ethical challenges facing public relations professionals in today’s digital communication environment. Our research found nearly 60% of surveyed professionals reported that they faced ethical challenges […]

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Measuring the value of public relations: An international investigation at how communication practitioners view the challenges and suggest solutions Michael Cacciatore and Juan Meng

Abstract: This research is motivated to advance our understanding of measurement challenges in communication practice and coping strategies from a global perspective. To do so, we relied on data from a […]

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The role of ethical leadership in building influence: Perspectives from female public relations professionals Juan Meng

Abstract: Practices of ethical leadership in public relations can be context-specific and they can influence organizational effectiveness. By conducting a national survey, this study examines female public relations professionals’ perspectives on […]

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