Becoming a Public Relations Writer: A Writing Process Workbook for the Profession
This second edition provides practical writing instruction for those preparing to enter the public relations profession, using a process approach to addressing a variety of writing formats and circumstances. For students of public relations.
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P A F? T O N E Going Through the Process 86
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