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Drama and competing accusations at PR peak body

The Public Relations Institute of Australia has elected a new president, and on the surface all appears calm. But InDaily journalist Liam Mannix says behind the scenes the picture is muddier.

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Come in Spinner: will retrenched journos take PR jobs?

The US military, for instance, is the largest employer of PR people in the world and in Melbourne the number of PR people outweighs the number of journalists.

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How PR became the art of imitating the art of journalism

New evidence shows that arts journalism in Melbourne’s newspapers is saturated by PR content, writes Lucinda Strahan, lecturer in media and communication at RMIT University.

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The PR justification for toxic workplaces

One of the PR industry’s most problematic activities is dreaming up justifications for toxic workplace practices imposed by psychopathic managers, writes Noel Turnbull.

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Forget the scientists, bring in the spin doctors

An email from the Public Relations Institute of Australia has gone out this morning looking for volunteers for “a reserve pool of public relations practitioners… who could assist in a response to a major pest and disease emergency.”

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