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Gender, leadership and public relations
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
Women dominate public relations, making up 70 percent of its work force; however, women only fill 20 percent of the top leadership roles in major agencies. The issue of gender and leadership in public relations needs to shift toward those women who...
The role of work preferences in the disparity between females in public relations and females leading public relations
(University of Missouri-Columbia, 2011)
This study examines the choices of Public Relations practitioners in an agency setting to analyze their preferences for work-life balance and the domestic division of labor. The in-depth interviews of 10 practitioners were used to add...
Comparisons between coverage of heart disease: content analysis of mainstream and black newspapers, 2004
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
This study compared the content of heart disease-related news stories in Black and mainstream newspapers to examine how each type of newspaper covered the disease. The method was a content analysis of two Black and two ...