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Protest public relations : communicating dissent and activism

Author: Ana Adi
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019. ©2019
Series: Routledge new directions in public relations and communication research.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Global movements and protests from the Arab Spring to the Occupy Movement have been attributed to growing access to social media, while without it, local causes like #bringbackourgirls and the ice bucket challenge may have otherwise remained unheard and unseen. Regardless of their nature - advocacy, activism, protest or dissent - and beyond the technological ability of digital and social media to connect support,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Protest public relations.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
(DLC) 2018030187
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ana Adi
ISBN: 9781351173582 1351173588
OCLC Number: 1056202803
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 300 pages)
Contents: The slow conflation of public relations and activism: understanding trajectories in public relations theorising / C. Kay Weaver --
Activist nation: Australia and the 1916 conscription referendum / Emily Robertson and Robert Crawford --
Protest PR as pioneers: historical frameworks and the suffragettes movement / Michaela O'Brien --
Second-wave feminist movement in Turkey through an activist PR perspective / A. Banu Biçakçi and Pelin Hürmeriç --
Public relations for social change: shock tactics in feminist activism in Eastern Europe / Oleksandra Gudkova and Katharine Sarikakis --
Protesting the homeland: diaspora dissent public relations efforts to oppose the Dominican Republic's citizenship policies / Maria De Moya --
Activists' communication and mobilization tactics to find Ayotzinapa's 43 disappeared students / Luis Ruben Diaz-Cepeda, Ernesto Castañeda, and Kara Andrade --
Reading Gezi Park protests through the lens of protest PR / Barika Göncü, Erkan Saka and Anil Sayan --
Archiving activism and/as activist PR: Occupy Wall Street and the politics of influence / Kylie Message --
Romania's protest: from stakeholders in waiting to activists' becoming PR practitioners / Camelia Crisan --
Activist PR in Vietnam: public participation via Facebook to save 6,700 trees / Nguyen Thi Thanh Huyen and Nguyen Hoang Anh --
The beginning of the end: telling the story of Occupy Wall Street's eviction on Twitter / Photini Vrikki --
Activist public relations: moving from frames as objects to framing as a dynamic process / Adam Howe and Rima Wilkes --
Digital media, journalism, PR, and grassroots power: theoretical perspectives / Marina Vujnovic and Dean Kruckeber --
The activist reformation of PR in the attention economy / Thomas Stoeckle.
Series Title: Routledge new directions in public relations and communication research.
Responsibility: edited by Ana Adi.

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"Global movements and protests from the Arab Spring to the Occupy Movement have been attributed to growing access to social media, while without it, local causes like #bringbackourgirls and the ice bucket challenge may have otherwise remained unheard and unseen. Regardless of their nature - advocacy, activism, protest or dissent - and beyond the technological ability of digital and social media to connect support, these major events have all been the results of excellent communication and public relations. But PR remains seen only as the defender of corporate and capitalist interests, and therefore resistant to outside voices such as activists, NGOs, union members, protesters and whistle-blowers. Drawing on contributions from around the world to examine the concepts and practice of 'activist', 'protest' and 'dissent' public relations, this book challenges this view. Using a range of international examples, it explores the changing nature of protest and its relationship with PR and provides a radical analysis of the communication strategies and tactics of social movements and activist groups and their campaigns. This thought-provoking collection will be of interest to researchers and advanced students of public relations, strategic communication, political science, politics, journalism, marketing, and advertising, and also to PR professionals in think tanks and NGOs"--

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