Welcome

Announcing the new editorial leadership team for the Journal of Public Relations Education for 2018: Emily S. Kinsky, editor-in-chief, Tiffany Gallicano, senior associate editor, Lucinda Austin, associate editor, Chuck Lubbers, associate editor of reviews, and Kathleen Stansberry, web manager.

Announcing the new editorial leadership team for the Journal of Public Relations Education for 2018: Emily S. Kinsky, editor-in-chief, Tiffany Gallicano, senior associate editor, Lucinda Austin, associate editor, Chuck Lubbers, associate editor of reviews, and Kathleen Stansberry, web manager.

Current issue of the Journal of Public Relations Education, Fall 2017

Journal of Public Relations Education

Volume 3, Issue 2

Table of Contents

Research Articles

Mind the gap: An exploratory case study analysis of public relations student intern and on-site supervisors’ perceptions of job skills and professional characteristics

  • Thomasena Shaw, Bridgewater State University

Educating students for the social, digital and information world: Teaching public relations infographic design

  • Diana C. Sisson, Auburn University
  • Tara M. Mortensen, University of South Carolina

Using crisis simulation to enhance crisis management competencies: The role of presence

  • Ming Wang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

A dam(n) failure: Exploring interdisciplinary, cross-course group projects on STEM-Translation In Crisis Communication

  • Laura E. Willis, Quinnipiac University

GIFT Articles

The top three submissions from the Great Ideas For Teaching competition hosted by the Public Relations Division of AEJMC in 2017

Who Will Get Chopped? Mystery Basket PR Challenge

  • Mary E. Brooks, West Texas A&M University
  • Emily S. Kinsky, West Texas A&M University

How Do Social Media Managers “Manage” Social Media? A Social Media Policy Assignment

  • Melissa Adams, North Carolina State University

Math, Message Design and Assessment Data: A Strategic Approach to the Facebook Assignment

  • Tiffany Derville Gallicano, University of North Carolina Charlotte

Book Review

Review of Douglas J. Swanson’s “Real world career preparation: A guide to creating a university student-run communications agency”

  • Teddi A. Joyce, University of South Dakota

 

A publication of the Public Relations Division of AEJMC
© Copyright 2017 AEJMC Public Relations Division

The Journal of Public Relations Education (JPRE) is devoted to the presentation of research and commentary that advances the field of public relations education. JPRE invites submissions in the following three categories.

  • Research Articles
  • Teaching Briefs
  • Book/Software Reviews

Read the full issue here:

Learn more by visiting the About JPRE page and the Authors / Contributors page for submission guidelines. All submissions should follow the guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).

Questions?  Meet the Editorial Staff. Ask the editor, Chuck Lubbers.

 


Spring 2017

Volume 3, Issue 1

Table of Contents

Research Articles

I Love Tweeting in Class, But…. A Qualitative Study of Student Perceptions of the Impact of Twitter in Large Lecture Classes

  • Jenny Tatone, University of Oregon
  • Tiffany Derville Gallicano, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Alec Tefertiller, University of Oregon

Preparing Students for the Global Workplace: Current Practices and Future Directions in International Public Relations Education

  • Rajul Jain, DePaul University

Teaching Media Relationships: What’s in the Textbooks?

  • Justin E. Pettigrew, Kennesaw State University
  • Kristen Heflin, Kennesaw State University

Teaching Briefs

From Divide and Conquer to Dynamic Teamwork: A New Approach to Teaching Public Relations Campaigns

  • Robin Rothberg, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Sayde J. Brais, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Alan R. Freitag, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
A publication of the Public Relations Division of AEJMC
© Copyright 2017 AEJMC Public Relations Division

The Journal of Public Relations Education (JPRE) is devoted to the presentation of research and commentary that advances the field of public relations education. JPRE invites submissions in the following three categories.

  • Research Articles
  • Teaching Briefs
  • Book/Software Reviews

Learn more by visiting the About JPRE page and the Authors / Contributors page for submission guidelines. All submissions should follow the guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).

Questions? Meet the Editorial Staff. Ask the editor, Chuck Lubbers.


Volume 2, Issue 2

Table of Contents

Research Articles

Who Teaches Public Relations Writing? An Analysis of Faculty Status of Public Relations Writing Instructors

  • Douglas F. Cannon, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • Damion Waymer, University of Cincinnati

The State of Social Media Curriculum: Exploring Professional Expectations of Pedagogy and Practices to Equip the Next Generation of Professionals

  • Carolyn Kim, Biola University
  • Karen Freberg, University of Louisville

Exploring Diversity and Client Work in Public Relations Education

  • Katie R. Place, Quinnipiac University
  • Antoaneta M. Vanc, Quinnipiac University

Improving Grease Disposal Behavior: Combining the Classroom, Real-World Experience and Service Learning in a Public Relations Practicum

  • Robin Rothberg, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Sayde J. Brais, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Alan R. Freitag, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
A publication of the Public Relations Division of AEJMC
© Copyright 2016 AEJMC Public Relations Division

The Journal of Public Relations Education (JPRE) is devoted to the presentation of research and commentary that advances the field of public relations education. JPRE invites submissions in the following three categories.

  • Research Articles
  • Teaching Briefs
  • Book/Software Reviews

Learn more by visiting the About JPRE page and the Authors / Contributors page for submission guidelines. All submissions should follow the guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).

Questions? Meet the Editorial Staff. Ask the editor, Chuck Lubbers.


Journal of Public Relations Education

Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2016

Table of Contents

Research Articles

Hootsuite University: Equipping academics and future PR professionals for social media success – Read the full text of the article here.

Emily S. Kinsky, West Texas A&M University
Karen Freberg, University of Louisville
Carolyn Kim, Biola University
Matt Kushin, Shepherd University
William Ward, Syracuse University

“The best of both worlds”: Student perspectives on student-run advertising and public relations agencies – Read the full text of the article here.

Joyce Haley, Abilene Christian University
Margaret Ritsch, Texas Christian University
Jessica Smith, Abilene Christian University

Considering certification?: An analysis of universities’ communication certificates and feedback from public relations professionals – Read the full text of the article here.

Julie O’Neil, Texas Christian University
Jacqueline Lambiase, Texas Christian University

Teaching Briefs

Who wants to be a manager? Applying the attraction-selection attrition framework to public relations educationRead the full text of the article

Christopher Wilson, Brigham Young University

A publication of the Public Relations Division of AEJMC
© Copyright 2016 AEJMC Public Relations Division

PDF of the full journal – Read the full journal here.

A publication of the Public Relations Division of AEJMC
© Copyright 2015 AEJMC Public Relations Division

Introduction

The Journal of Public Relations Education (JPRE) is devoted to the presentation of research and commentary that advances the field of public relations education. JPRE invites submissions in the following three categories.

  • Research Articles
  • Teaching Briefs
  • Book/Software Reviews

Learn more by visiting the About JPRE page and the Authors / Contributors page for submission guidelines. All submissions should follow the guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).

Questions?  Meet the Editorial Staff. Ask the editor, Chuck Lubbers.

The Journal of Public Relations Education is a publication of the AEJMC Public Relations Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.


 

Journal of Public Relations Education

Volume 1, Issue 1, August 2015

Table of Contents

Research Articles

Can every class be a Twitter chat?: Cross-institutional collaboration and experiential learning in the social media classroom – Read the full text of the article

Julia Daisy Fraustino, West Virginia University
Rowena Briones, Virginia Commonwealth University
Melissa Jansoke, University of Memphis

In their own words: A thematic analysis of students’ comments about their writing skills in mass communication programs – Read the full text of the article

Scott Kuehn, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
Andrew Lingwall, Clarion University of Pennsylvania

Teaching Briefs

Integrating leadership in public relations education to
develop future leaders
Read the full text of the article

Juan Meng , University of Georgia

PDF of the full journal – Read the full journal here.

A publication of the Public Relations Division of AEJMC
© Copyright 2015 AEJMC Public Relations Division

Introduction

The Journal of Public Relations Education (JPRE) is devoted to the presentation of research and commentary that advances the field of public relations education. JPRE invites submissions in the following three categories.

  • Research Articles
  • Teaching Briefs
  • Book/Software Reviews

Learn more by visiting the About JPRE page and the Authors / Contributors page for submission guidelines. All submissions should follow the guidelines of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA).

Questions?  Meet the Editorial Staff. Ask the editor, Chuck Lubbers.

The Journal of Public Relations Education is a publication of the AEJMC Public Relations Division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

Save

Save

Save