Public Relations: Strategies and Tactics
Dennis L. Wilcox
Allyn and Bacon, 2005 - Business & Economics - 570 pages
"Public Relations: Strategies and Tactics," Study Edition 7/e
Dennis L. Wilcox, San Jose State University Glen T. Cameron, Missouri School of Journalism Phillip H. Ault, South Bend Tribune Warren K. Agee, University of Georgia
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Using real-life case studies, "Public Relations: Strategies and Tactics" helps students better understand the basic concepts, strategies, and tactics practiced in public relations today. The text presents an engaging and comprehensive overview of the principles, concepts, and methods of public relations.
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This book was very technical, but thorough. A good book if you are at all interested in PR. Read full review
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