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Long considered adversarial, relationships between public relations practitioners and lawyers were analyzed via Q methodology and depth interviews. Subjective attitudes were measured regarding strategies in dealing with the public in times of organizational crisis and how the individuals viewed...
Through a 2 × 2 factorial experiment (N = 141), information source type (public relations spokesperson or generic spokesperson) and message topic (client-neutral and client-negative) were varied to determine whether they affect audience perception of source credibility. Results suggest public...
Specialized groups of public relations practitioners, such as lobbyists, have gone unstudied in extant public relations role research. This study takes an alternative methodological approach in this important research line by delving into the human aspect of public relations practice from an...
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