Erscheinungsdatum: 11.09.2017, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Corporate Communication Crisis Leadership, Titelzusatz: Advocacy and Ethics, Autor: Arnett, Ronald C. // Deiuliis, Sarah M. // Corr, Matthew, Verlag: Business Expert Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS // Public Relations, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Werbung, Marketing, Seiten: 220, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 326 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Erscheinungsdatum: 01.04.2013, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Influence from Abroad, Titelzusatz: Foreign Voices, the Media, and U.S. Public Opinion, Autor: Hayes, Danny // Guardino, Matthew P. // Guardino, Matt, Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: POLITICAL SCIENCE // International Relations // General, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 202, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 453 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Erscheinungsdatum: 26.04.2005, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Internet Research Annual, Titelzusatz: Selected Papers from the Association of Internet Researchers Conference 2003, Volume 2, Redaktion: Consalvo, Mia // Allen, Matthew, Verlag: Lang, Peter // Peter Lang Publishing Inc., Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Rede // Anleitung // Rhetorik // Kommunikationswissenschaft // Öffentlichkeitsarbeit // PR // Public Relations // Informationstechnologie // IT // Technologie // Internet // Einführung // Lexikon // Soziologie // Journalismus // Journalist // Publizistik // Medientheorie // Medienwissenschaft // Reden halten: Ratgeber // Schreiben // Technical Writing // Styleguides // Elektronik // Nachrichtentechnik // Informationstechnik // allgemeine Themen // Internet Guides und Onlinedienste // Computernetzwerke und maschinelle Kommunikation // Schule und Lernen: Sozialwissenschaften, Rubrik: Kommunikationswissenschaften, Seiten: 205, Abbildungen: Illustrations, Reihe: Digital Formations (Nr. 20), Gewicht: 319 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Every episode from all seven seasons of the Golden Globe-winning drama from 'Sopranos' writer Matthew Weiner, set in a prestigious advertising agency in early 1960s New York, where sexism is a way of life and everyone smokes like a chimney. In this highly competitive, all white, male-dominated environment, the indefatigable Don Draper (Jon Hamm) is the top ad executive, but there are plenty of young guns eager to topple him from his perch. Season 1 episodes are: 'Smoke Gets in Your Eyes', 'Ladies Room', 'Marriage of Figaro', 'New Amsterdam', 'Five G', 'Babylon', 'Red in the Face', 'The Hobo Code', 'Shoot', 'Long Weekend', 'Indian Summer', 'Nixon Vs. Kennedy' and 'The Wheel'. Season 2 episodes are: 'For Those Who Think Young', 'Flight 1', 'The Benefactor', 'Three Sundays', 'The New Girl', 'Maidenform', 'The Gold Violin', 'A Night to Remember', 'Six Month Leave', 'The Inheritance', 'The Jet Set', 'The Mountain King' and 'Meditations in an Emergency'. Season 3 episodes are: 'Out of Town', 'Love Among the Ruins', 'My Old Kentucky Home', 'The Arrangements', 'The Fog', 'Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency', 'Seven Twenty Three', 'Souvenir', 'Wee Small Hours', 'The Colour Blue', 'The Gypsy and the Hobo', 'The Grown-Ups' and 'Shut the Door. Have a Seat'. Season 4 episodes are: 'Public Relations', 'Christmas Comes But Once a Year', 'The Good News', 'The Rejected', 'The Chrysanthemum and the Sword', 'Waldorf Stories', 'The Suitcase', 'The Summer Man', 'The Beautiful Girls', 'Hands and Knees', 'Chinese Wall', 'Blowing Smoke' and 'Tomorrowland'. Season 5 episodes are: 'A Little Kiss: Part 1', 'A Little Kiss: Part 2', 'Tea Leaves', 'Mystery Date', 'Signal 30', 'Far Away Places', 'At the Codfish Ball', 'Lady Lazarus', 'Dark Shadows', 'Christmas Waltz', 'The Other Woman', 'Commissions and Fees' and 'The Phantom'. Season 6 episodes are: 'The Doorway: Part 1', 'The Doorway: Part 2', 'Collaborators', 'To Have and to Hold', 'The Flood', 'For Immediate Release', 'Man With a Plan', 'The Crash', 'The Better Half', 'A Tale of Two Cities', 'Favors', 'The Quality of Mercy' and 'In Care Of'. Season 7 episodes are: 'Time Zones', 'A Day's Work', 'Field Trip', 'The Monolith', 'The Runaways', 'The Strategy', 'Waterloo', 'Severance', 'New Business', 'The Forecast', 'Time & Life', 'Lost Horizon', 'The Milk and Honey Route' and 'Person to Person'.
Dog days and the fresh bodies are arriving once again. So begins the fall term at South Carolina Medical College, where Dr. Jacob Thacker is on probation for Xanax abuse. His interim career - working public relations for the dean - takes an unnerving detour into the past when the bones of African American slaves, over a century old, are unearthed on the campus. Out of the college’s dark past, these bones threaten to rise and condemn the present. In the middle of the nineteenth century, Dr. Frederick Augustus Johnston, one of the school’s founders, had purchased a slave for his unusual knife skills. This slave, Nemo ("no man"), would become an unacknowledged member of the surgical faculty by day - and by night, a "resurrectionist," responsible for procuring bodies for medical study. An unforgettable character, by turns apparently insouciant, tormented, and brilliant, and seen by some as almost supernatural, Nemo will seize his self-respect in ways no listener can anticipate. With exceptional storytelling pacing and skill, Matthew Guinn weaves together past and present to relate a Southern Gothic tale of shocking crimes and exquisite revenge, a riveting and satisfying moral parable of the South. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jeremy Arthur. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/013562/bk_adbl_013562_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Jason Vines takes listeners on a graphic, sometimes sad and often hilarious behind-the-scenes romp through some of the most publicized and studied crises in recent history. Vines cautions the reader up-front: "Relax, this is not a book about Jesus. However, he does appear in two chapters: first as a Hispanic grandfather from Waterford, Michigan, and later as the real Prince of Peace. No, this is a book about my life in the public relations blast furnace in the automotive industry; a quickly-derailed attempt to help a friend rebuild Detroit's tattered image, thwarted by the sex, lies and corruption of former Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick; and, finally, trying to avoid another crisis with the number one selling book of all time. No, not Harry Potter; the Bible." The crises Vines helped navigate through made headlines the world over: Jeep vehicles accused of deadly sudden unintended acceleration, Nissan's near-death experience until it regained its MOJO, the Ford/Firestone tire mega-debacle, a jihad against SUVs by the "What Would Jesus Drive?" nuts, Detroit Mayor Kilpatrick's drive to prison and finally avoiding a boycott of the most popular Bible in the world by evangelical Christian leaders. In his epilogue, titled "Government Motors on Fire," Vines tackles the fake Chevy Volt fire crisis and General Motors' 2014 nightmare with its faulty ignition switches that led to at least 13 deaths and may lead to criminal indictments. Vines shares lessons learned and mistakes made. He notes that if he can impart anything in this book, it is the guiding principles he believes useful for any organization (not just the auto industry) or individual to avoid, mitigate or survive the inevitable crisis. As he puts it: "If you think you are immune to a crisis, you've already failed an overarching guiding principle." 1. Language: English. Narrator: Matthew Curtis. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/025441/bk_acx0_025441_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
'No other collection to date has so acutely, intelligently and coherently demonstrated the inseparability of information, entertainment, policy and public perception as prime vectors of 'war on terror' discourses and sensibilities as these are represented in Hollywood products. If I had to choose a single source to interrogate the limitless suffusion throughout Hollywood texts of Hegemonic gaze and subjectivity - regardless of genre, whether 'critical' or 'mainstream' - it would be Screens of Terror.' - Oliver Boyd-Barrett, Professor of Journalism & Telecommunications, Bowling Green State University 'A compelling and timely interrogation of contemporary images of terror, this book has much to offer everyday consumers of popular films and television, be they students or casual readers.' - Cynthia Weber, Professor of International Relations, University of Sussex Right from the first moment, the 11 September 2001 attacks and the 'war on terror' were closely associated with film and media. In an effort to 're-brand' US foreign policy, Washington consulted with the advertising and PR industries and within days of 9/11 - itself often described as being 'like a movie' - also consulted Hollywood. It seemed that film-makers might be about to cooperate with a major, long-term propaganda offensive, harking back to the films of the early Cold War era or even those of World War Two. Screens of Terror examines whether such expectations have been borne out. It asks: . How far have the film and TV industries been supportive of the 'war on terror' and how far have they been critical of it? . How has the war film genre developed since 9/11? . How have other popular genres responded to the 'war on terror'? . How have film and TV represented the enemy Other and the Western Self? Ten years on, this volume brings together European and North American scholars working in politics and international relations as well as in literature, film, media and cultural studies to take stock and assess the shape and significance of the post-9/11 cultural moment. Edited by Philip Hammond, Professor of Media and Communications and head of the Centre for Media and Culture Research at London South Bank University. With contributions from: Matthew Alford . Martin Barker . Graham Barnfield Michael Frank . Brigitte Nacos . Jack Holland . Hugh Ortega Breton . Joe Parker Fran Pheasant-Kelly . Rebekah Sinclair . Mark Straw . Liane Tanguay Guy Westwell . Bernd Zywietz
Donald Matthew describes the interactions between Britain and the Continent during the period 1000-1300, and cogently assesses what advantage was taken of these opportunities on the broadest possible front. When considering relations between Britain and the Continent, the core issues are commonly those identified by politicians: sovereignty, law, taxation and foreign policy. For others the Continent has other connotations: a source of economic rivalry, an artistic inspiration, a sporting challenge, a holiday destination and even a focus for nationalist xenophobia. However, in the medieval past, there were no British interests at stake because England and Scotland were separate kingdoms and the Welsh had their own agenda. English kings ruled extensive lands on the Continent, so it was hard to know how English interests could be separately identified, let alone voiced. For centuries after the Norman Conquest, the language of public discourse in England was French. The educated elite who attained high office in church and state attended the international universities in Bologna and Paris while the churches of Britain and Ireland willingly took all their problems to Rome for resolution. The papacy provoked no resentment and inspired no heretics. Royal government encouraged participation in the affairs of Europe and placed no obstacles in the way of free access in either direction. Donald Matthew describes these interactions during the period 1000-1300, and cogently assesses what advantage was taken of these opportunities on the broadest possible front.
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