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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

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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.

Public Relations Division Golden Anniversary

50th Anniversary of AEJMC’s Public Relations Division