Did you want some media with that?

It comes plain and simple: lobbying never gives a brand, individual or organisation a great reputation. Evidently, it’s the word itself that pushes forth a connotation of manipulation and lies. So instead of encouraging distaste and mistrust within their publics, ‘the vast majority of practitioners…are conducting public affairs, rather than lobbying as a single public affairs […]

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Can a one-man show succeed in the Oval Office?

The value of public relations or more specifically publicity within such a public profession as politics varies in depth and warmth depending on who you correspond with. In a arguably divided society ‘ethnopolitical antagonisms are fundamental to almost all aspects of civic life, yet there is limited research into how government–media relations operate in such contexts’ (Rice, Somerville […]

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Realisations about Realisation Par: the dress that launched a thousand angry columns | Fashion Journal

via Realisations about Realisation Par: the dress that launched a thousand angry columns | Fashion Journal A decade ago the dreams of the youngest generation revolved around a desire to be on the silver screen, to be famous and beloved and adored. Come 2017 however, the desires of fame have moved from acting and modelling […]

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Collaborative Digital Media Project

Co-authored by Rachel Camm, Boris Musić, Caitlin Hynes & Hannah Tiziani It’s hard to heed the warnings about the struggles of collaboration and communication with fellow students who are complete strangers. Instead it’s the potential for great innovative ideas that always seems to trump the possibility for white noise and unresponsive members. In the case […]

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