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International History of Public Relations Conference - 30.08.2013
Call for papers - submissions until December 16!

The Call for Papers for the International History of Public Relations Conference 2014 is announced. The fifth IHPRC will be held on July 2-3, 2014 at Bournemouth University. In addition to the wide range of themes that IHPRC has promoted since its launch in 2009, two additional ones are proposed:

Public relations of media organisations, with emphasis on newspapers, broadcasters, online/ISPs and creative industries. This could investigate the history of the media’s self-promotion, lobbying and organisational communication. It is also an opportunity to create a bridge with areas of communication and media history.
Public relations and technology: This is a broad topic which could include the history of public relations’ relationship with technologies, as well as consideration of how digital technologies will impact public relations historiography.
Full details of the Call for Papers can be found on IHPRC 2014 – CALL FOR PAPERS
The first important date for IHPRC 2014 is the submission of Abstracts by Monday, December 16. They should be sent to prhistory@bournemouth.ac.uk.
Potential authors are reminded that research and scholarship for the conference is largely based on historical method and that papers must offer an historical aspect. Abstracts based on research into recent issues or quantitative methodology are unlikely to be accepted. Look at Proceedings of previous conferences for examples of the style of Abstracts that have been accepted.

The Call for Papers for the International History of Public Relations Conference 2014 is announced. The fifth IHPRC will be held on July 2-3, 2014 at Bournemouth University. In addition to the wide range of themes that IHPRC has promoted since its launch in 2009, two additional ones are proposed:

  • Public relations of media organisations, with emphasis on newspapers, broadcasters, online/ISPs and creative industries. This could investigate the history of the media’s self-promotion, lobbying and organisational communication. It is also an opportunity to create a bridge with areas of communication and media history.
  • Public relations and technology: This is a broad topic which could include the history of public relations’ relationship with technologies, as well as consideration of how digital technologies will impact public relations historiography.

Full details of the Call for Papers can be found on IHPRC 2014 – CALL FOR PAPERS

The first important date for IHPRC 2014 is the submission of Abstracts by Monday, December 16. They should be sent to prhistory@bournemouth.ac.uk.

Potential authors are reminded that research and scholarship for the conference is largely based on historical method and that papers must offer an historical aspect. Abstracts based on research into recent issues or quantitative methodology are unlikely to be accepted. Look at Proceedings of previous conferences for examples of the style of Abstracts that have been accepted.




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