Instructor’s Manual For Practice of Public Relations, The, 12/E by Fraser P. Seitel




Practice of Public Relations, The, 12/E by Fraser P. Seitel (Instructor’s Manual) ISBN-10: 0133083578 • ISBN-13: 9780133083576

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Table of Contents:

Part I Evolution
Chapter 1 Defining Public Relations
Chapter 2 The History and Growth of Public Relations

Part II Preparation/Process
Chapter 3 Communication
Chapter 4 Public Opinion
Chapter 5 Management
Chapter 6 Ethics
Chapter 7 The Law
Chapter 8 Research

Part III The Publics
Chapter 9 Media
Chapter 10 Social Media
Chapter 11 Employee Relations
Chapter 12 Government Relations
Chapter 13 Community Relations
Chapter 14 International Consumer Relations

Part IV Execution
Chapter 15 Public Relations Writing
Chapter 16 Integrated Marketing Communications
Chapter 17 Crisis Management
Chapter 18 Launching a career

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