Public relations, values and cultural identity

Enric Ordeix, Valérie Carayol, Ralph Tench

Research output: Bookpeer-review

Abstract

As organisations seek legitimacy in a fast-moving, interconnected and changing world, how do public relations help them to manage their identity, responsibilities and impact on society? In a more interactive society, organisations need to align their actions with social demands and values. If the main role of public relations is to build trust and influence opinionmakers, media, the public and the political agenda, what are the constraints and limitations at play here, and what is the impact on ethical principles? The published research shows the profession is facing crucial changes: the existence of new organisational structures better aligned with social demands; the emergence of new techniques for interacting with organisations in a more trustworthy manner; and growing pressure by social groups acting both for and against particular social values, ideas and identities.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherPeter Lang AG
Number of pages398
ISBN (Electronic)9783035265279
ISBN (Print)9782875742513
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 13 Apr 2015

Fingerprint

Dive into the research topics of 'Public relations, values and cultural identity'. Together they form a unique fingerprint.

Cite this