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In Memoriam: Kathleen S. Kelly, Ph.D., APR, Fellow PRSA

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Kelly retired from the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications in 2019 after 16 years, including three years as chair of the Public Relations Department, where she was an internationally recognized authority on fundraising as a specialization of public relations. Kelly, Ph.D., She was 77.

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The Bandwagon Effect: Momentum Is Everything

Doctor Spin

Source: British Journal of Political Science 1 Marsh, C. British Journal of Political Science, 15, 51 – 74. Source: Journal of Applied Social Psychology 2 Mehrabian, L. Journal of Applied Social Psychology , 28, 2119–2130. Source: Journal of Communication 5 Gunther, A.C. Journal of Communication, 54: 55–70.

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The Halo Effect: Why Attractiveness Matters in PR

Doctor Spin

Source: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 1 Nisbett, R., & Wilson, T. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 35, … Continue reading The Halo Effect and Spokesperson Selection For PR professionals , recognising the Halo Effect opens up a realm of opportunities. Source: Commercial Research 2 Hao, L. link] 2 Hao, L.

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Public Relations Objectives

Doctor Spin

Source: Journal of Communication 1 Botan, C., & Taylor, M. Journal of Communication, 54, 645–661. Source: Journal of Accounting and Economics 5 Brown, L., Journal of Accounting and Economics. Source: International Journal of Business Communication 9 Mishra, K., Journal of Marketing, 80, 122 – 145.

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Flawed Dot Connecting from Washington Post Correlates Rise of PR to the Fall of Journalism

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And last year Pew put out the piece “ The Growing Pay Gap Between Journalism and Public Relations ” with number crunching that highlighted the pay disparity between the two professions. Reviewing this 18-year runway doesn’t show PR is taking “oxygen” from journalism. Can you imagine? Of course not.

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Meet the Media: Doug Newcomb, Freelance Automotive Journalist  

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Probably a feature for Corvette Quarterly in 2004, when I profiled racecar driver Leilani Munter and her high-school friend. How long have you been in journalism and how did you get started? I’m also really into music and got my start in journalism as a music journalist, something I did as a sideline for 25 years.

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Behind the Headlines with ProPublica’s Dan Golden

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Dan Golden, senior editor at ProPublica, explains how he developed a passion and curiosity for investigative journalism. A successful veteran in the field, Dan has earned numerous accolades including a 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting and a 2004 Pulitzer for Beat Reporting. What drew you to the field of journalism?