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Mims, Suzanne Lowery: Pathways to Public Relations
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Erscheinungsdatum: 23.04.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Pathways to Public Relations, Titelzusatz: Student Handbook, Autor: Mims, Suzanne Lowery // Rowan, Katherine E. // Walsch, Daniel L., Verlag: George Mason University Library - Mason Pub, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS // Public Relations, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Werbung, Marketing, Seiten: 172, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 450 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Pathways to Public Relations
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Pathways to Public Relations ab 35.99 € als Taschenbuch: Student Handbook. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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Pathways to Public Relations
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Pathways to Public Relations ab 117.99 € als epub eBook: Histories of Practice and Profession. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Belletristik, Erzählungen,

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Whither Social Rights in (Post-)Brexit Europe?
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With the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union, it is appropriate to reflect on the future social pathways now open to the European Union, made more possible perhaps by the UK's exit. For example, could Brexit result in an EU in which considerations of social citizenship and rights are elevated up the agenda in Brussels? Could the EU's focus hitherto on ever-closer economic union and international competitiveness be shifted towards the European Pillar of Social Rights so as to strengthen it, make it more tangible in citizens' lives and central to a renewed EU agenda? A reinvigorated social Europe may yet arise from the Covid-19 pandemic and its tragic consequences owing to a widespread, recovered recognition, not only of the state's positive role in managing such crises, but of how it can play a decisive, transformative role in our lives for the better. This book correctly emphasises the need to place the future of social rights in Europe front and centre in the post-Brexit debate, to move on from the economistic bias that has obscured our vision of a progressive social Europe. I welcome, too, the inclusion of chapters examining the consequences of Brexit on Irish-British relations, as well as its socio-economic implications for households and families, and the complexities of migration within and beyond the EU-all issues that were regrettably overlooked in the pre-Brexit, rancorous debate. New ideas are now available-ideas based on equality, universal public services, equity of access, sufficiency, sustainability-that will allow for a social Europe embedded in an alternative paradigm of social economy within ecological responsibility, now so urgently desired across the streets of Europe. Out of the wreckage and tragedy of Covid-19, let us all work together with an enhanced spirit of commitment to the delivery of social rights for all Europeans. Michael D Higgins President of Ireland ------------------------------ 'The EU invented a Pillar of Social Rights in 2017. The authors of this book explore whether it became a game-changer, and if various aspects of social citizenship would affect post-Brexit relations between the UK and the remaining 27 member states. In the shadow of Covid-19, it is even more important to ask.' - László Andor, general secretary of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies and a former European commissioner for employment, social affairs and inclusion 'Featuring essays from some of the most insightful and accomplished observers of European politics today, this volume will prove invaluable to those interested in understanding how social rights will or should develop in a post-Brexit EU.' - Sheri Berman, professor of political science at Barnard College and author of Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe: From the Ancien Régime to the Present Day (Oxford University Press) 'In 2020, we've seen a year when the tectonic plates of geopolitical, economic and social realignments have started to shift in earnest. This work is both timely and essential for anyone who seeks to understand more deeply the important role that social rights and social justice can and must play if we are to create a more equal and just world.' - Dr Wanda Wyporska, executive director of the Equality Trust, UK

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Whither Social Rights in (Post-)Brexit Europe?
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With the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union, it is appropriate to reflect on the future social pathways now open to the European Union, made more possible perhaps by the UK's exit. For example, could Brexit result in an EU in which considerations of social citizenship and rights are elevated up the agenda in Brussels? Could the EU's focus hitherto on ever-closer economic union and international competitiveness be shifted towards the European Pillar of Social Rights so as to strengthen it, make it more tangible in citizens' lives and central to a renewed EU agenda? A reinvigorated social Europe may yet arise from the Covid-19 pandemic and its tragic consequences owing to a widespread, recovered recognition, not only of the state's positive role in managing such crises, but of how it can play a decisive, transformative role in our lives for the better. This book correctly emphasises the need to place the future of social rights in Europe front and centre in the post-Brexit debate, to move on from the economistic bias that has obscured our vision of a progressive social Europe. I welcome, too, the inclusion of chapters examining the consequences of Brexit on Irish-British relations, as well as its socio-economic implications for households and families, and the complexities of migration within and beyond the EU-all issues that were regrettably overlooked in the pre-Brexit, rancorous debate. New ideas are now available-ideas based on equality, universal public services, equity of access, sufficiency, sustainability-that will allow for a social Europe embedded in an alternative paradigm of social economy within ecological responsibility, now so urgently desired across the streets of Europe. Out of the wreckage and tragedy of Covid-19, let us all work together with an enhanced spirit of commitment to the delivery of social rights for all Europeans. Michael D Higgins President of Ireland ------------------------------ 'The EU invented a Pillar of Social Rights in 2017. The authors of this book explore whether it became a game-changer, and if various aspects of social citizenship would affect post-Brexit relations between the UK and the remaining 27 member states. In the shadow of Covid-19, it is even more important to ask.' - László Andor, general secretary of the Foundation for European Progressive Studies and a former European commissioner for employment, social affairs and inclusion 'Featuring essays from some of the most insightful and accomplished observers of European politics today, this volume will prove invaluable to those interested in understanding how social rights will or should develop in a post-Brexit EU.' - Sheri Berman, professor of political science at Barnard College and author of Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe: From the Ancien Régime to the Present Day (Oxford University Press) 'In 2020, we've seen a year when the tectonic plates of geopolitical, economic and social realignments have started to shift in earnest. This work is both timely and essential for anyone who seeks to understand more deeply the important role that social rights and social justice can and must play if we are to create a more equal and just world.' - Dr Wanda Wyporska, executive director of the Equality Trust, UK

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Pathways to Public Relations
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Pathways to Public Relations ab 117.99 EURO Histories of Practice and Profession

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Performance Auditing at Public Sector
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The last decades have experienced a lot of developments and evolution in performance audit in different national audit institutions. Despite many achievements, some criticism has come too, the prime focus being on the objectives and indicators that debatably limit our understanding of reality. This book contributes to the literature of performance audit in a number of ways: first by defining the different relations of several stakeholders in the public sector with the SAI in the lens of Agency Theory. Additionally, the study provides an explanation for the responsive approach in PA, and its role and potential influence in improving performance audit practice, as well as the process of learning and improvement in the public sector in general. Furthermore, the theoretical framework expands the knowledge about the process of decision choice by auditors in PA, describing the different pathways and the four main elements, which are: performance perception, performance information, and judgement and decision choice.

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The Challenge of Migration in a Janus-Faced Europe
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This book critically investigates the origins and consequences of the Janus-faced character of attitudes and policies towards migrants that seek to penetrate "Fortress Europe". Beginning with an examination of its founding ambitions, it locates the roots of an ingrained ambivalence in the legacies of the post-war period and the unresolved tension between the economicism of the European approach to labour migration and the philosophy of rights and solidarity embedded in the EU project. It highlights how the formalization of citizenship rights has produced both formal pathways towards inclusion for migrants and, in their selective eligibility criteria, exclusive systems of civic stratification. The author links this oscillation between positions of closure and openness to the paradoxical trade-offs in migration policies, in particular labour market integration, demonstrated through unequal labour market outcomes, lower social mobility and educational attainments. The issues faced by migrants' offspring in Europe are examined as paradigmatic of the struggle to balance competing calls for both pluralism and uniformity: to create a diverse society that can also project a homogenous collective identity. This balanced overview will provide an invaluable resource for students of migration studies, European politics, public policy, international relations and the sociology of racism.

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Pathways to Public Relations
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Over the centuries, scholars have studied how individuals, institutions and groups have used various rhetorical stances to persuade others to believe in and adopt a course of action. The emergence and establishment of public relations as an identifiable and discrete occupation in the early 20th century led scholars to describe this new iteration of persuasion as a unique, more systematized and technical form of wielding influence. The result was an overemphasis on practice that explained public relations' ascendancy as an evolution and refinement of persuasive communication tactics. This volume responds to such simplistic, largely corporate and American, approaches by expanding the framework for understanding public relations history. It investigates broad, conceptual questions concerning the ways in which public relations rose as a practice and a field within different cultures at different times in history and in different places. With its unique multicultural emphasis, it helps shift the paradigm of public relations history away from traditional methodologies and assumptions. Pathways to Public Relations provides a synthesis of a complicated arena that no other edited volume has attempted. With its wide range of historical perspectives and multiple levels of analysis that fully contextualizes public relations, this book showcases a range of cultural and contextual aspects from a diverse range of historians active within the public relations field.

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