Public relations and the press: the troubled embrace

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Northwestern University Press, Aug 10, 2007 - Business & Economics - 300 pages
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We are living in what one author describes as "highly promotional times." Governments, corporations, non-profits, and special interest groups all have spin doctors trying to turn the news to their advantage. This increasingly incestuous connection between practitioners of public relations and practitioners of journalism has resulted in a troubling shift in power. Public Relations and the Press examines how this shift came to be and explores the questions it raises about the role of media in a democratic society and the future of journalism.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Managing Social Change
41
Power to the People
67
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Kurt Andersen is the former editor-in-chief of New York magazine, and the cofounder of Spy magazine.