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The Role of The Public Relations Professional - Public Relations Interview Effective marketing strategies in health care are essential to the success of the organization. Marketing promotes the hospital’s services by endorsing its clinical expertise, its technology, its achievements, and its commitment to the community that it serves. The role of the Public Relations (PR) professional is an essential part of daily hospital operations to establish and maintain relationships within the community as well as deal with challenges and opportunities that face the organization....   [tags: Public Relations]
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Public Relations in Response to Crisis - The aim of this report is to discuss an effective PR campaign for the established business Virgo. The report will follow Scott Cutlip’s four-step process as a structure that is important for Virgo in regaining its company’s profile. Defining Cutlip’s four-step process helps in the development of communication for the organisation to its publics. In relation, Virgo will add extension in the rebuilding of reputation through its aims and objectives. Using this process breaks down into situation analysis, planning and programming strategy, implementation, and evaluating the program....   [tags: Public Relations]
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Public Relations and Corporate Reputation - As recent corporate events have made it clear, an organization’s reputation is of paramount importance to its success as well as survival. This is because the happenings leave the corporate credibility at stake while public mistrust spills over into investment markets. As such, there is a need to restore public faith. Reputation accounts for a large portion of a company’s market capitalization and is one of its most important long term assets. It impacts the organization in several ways including stock price as well as the ability to attract and retain customers and employees (Michael and Judy, 2008)....   [tags: Public Relations]
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Sovereignty is of declining significance in international relations - Carl Schmitt once stated, “The protego ergo oblige” (n.d); meaning I protect therefore I oblige. This is the basis of a key aspect of International Relations: Sovereignty. Theoretically, it can be defined as the supreme power or authority. Sovereignty as a concept plays a critical role in maintaining international order however has been interpreted in several different ways; its context in theory and in reality. In order to appreciate Sovereignty, defining the term ‘state’ is essential. A state is essentially a structured political society, existing under a government....   [tags: Foreign Relations] 2133 words
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The Role of the State in Employment Relations - The 21st Century has witnessed Asia’s rapid ascent to economic prosperity. As economic gravity shifts from the Western world to the Asian region, the “tyranny of distance [between states, will be] … replaced by the prospects of proximity” in transnational economic, scientific, political, technological, and social develop relationships (Australian Government, 1). Japan and China are the region’s key business exchange partners. Therefore these countries are under obligation to steer the region through the Asian Century by committing to these relationships and as a result create business networks, boost economic performance, and consequently necessitate the adjustment of business processes and...   [tags: Australia-Asian relations]
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History using in the bilateral relations - Looking at Russia-Estonia bilateral relations and the political use of history, one cannot start before examining the Soviet occupations in Estonia and how the two parties see that history. Developments such as the end of the Cold War, the collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe, and the re-emergence there of pre-Communist and pre-Soviet conflicts, as shown by Karlsson (n.d.), have certainly stimulated historical consciousness since 1990. After the collapse of the Soviet Union Russian population faced a comprehensive identity crisis (Bagger, 2007, p....   [tags: International Relations, Russia-Estonia] 2293 words
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Globalization's Influence on Contemporary International Relations - Globalization is a social process independent of man’s will. It is also a dynamic development process with inner contradictions and a dual nature. Although it provides a rare historic opportunity for many countries to develop, it also creates differences, competition and conflicts of interest. Globalization’s contradictions and dual nature also exert a complicated influence on contemporary international relations. While globalization deepens mutual dependence and further promotes this era’s trend toward peace and development, its nature of imbalance has led to the rise of power politics in the same period, complicating the process of multipolarization....   [tags: International Relations] 1209 words
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Relations Between Iran and US - In 1979, protests erupted across the nation against the government of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. This was triggered by the domination of foreign policy, the exploitation of Iran’s resources and wealth by foreign firms, corruption and oppressive regime. The Shah’s government’s close ties with the United States and Israel, his oppressive methods and his program of Westernization were unpopular with the Iranian people. They therefore turned to the ‘ulama as an alternative. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, in exile in Paris, distributed cassette tapes of his speeches to many of the partakers in the protests....   [tags: International Relations, World Politics]
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Gender in International Relations - Does A Gendered Approach Give Us A Significantly Different Understanding Of International Relations. By the late 1980s, academic scholars in the field of International Relations began to investigate how gender affected International Relations theory and practice. Gender is significant in International Relations because they are ‘essential to understanding the world ‘we’ live in’ (Young, 2004:75). One must emphasise on the term, ‘we’ (Young, 2004:75) as allusions of a world where men and women live in unison and that they shape the world we live in today together....   [tags: Feminism and International Relations]
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Israel and Iran Relations - ... The major trading component which composed their trade relations was oil. Besides selling oil to the Israeli, Iranians sold oil through Israel to the European market via their joint Eilat-Ashkelon pipeline. (Bialer, 2007) Iran and Israel also continued their cooperation and trade in other components such as through construction. Many Israeli engineers and construction companies were actively working in Iran (Ynetnews, 2007) Furthermore, they cooperated also secretly in military projects trying to develop together new missiles....   [tags: media headlines, international relations] 2110 words
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India and Pakistan Relations - India’s relation with Pakistan has definitely seen more low points than the high points. The bitter-sweet relation shared between the two nations has neither made significant progress nor achieved any major breakthroughs since its 65 years of Independence. Today, India’s economic progress and political stability, together with its size, have lifted it to the status of a world power. Pakistan, on the other hand, is dogged by an unhappy past marked by repeated military interventions that prevented democracy from taking root....   [tags: relations, terrorism, peace] 877 words
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International Relations Theory: Changes in the Hierarchy of International Politics - "Should international relations theory be held accountable for explaining fundamental changes in the hierarchy of international politics and the emergence of new actors?" It seems absurd to answer that international relations theory should not be in the business of explaining fundamental changes in international politics. However, this response paper will argue on both edges of the question. First, it actually does make sense to attempt to hold as many things as possible constant, or as "givens" in attempting to craft explanations for events in international politics....   [tags: International Relations]
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The Past and Future of Cuban Foreign Relations - Cuban politics has long been defined by foreign relations. One of the charges of the revolutionary leaders Fidel Castro and Che Guevara against Fulgencio Batista was his support from the United States of America. Batista was part of a military coup in 1933, and became President himself by election in 1940. His party lost the next election in 1944 after which he lived in the U.S., gaining allies. On his return to Cuba in 1952 he led a second coup to end an election which he was losing. His government was quickly recognized by the U.S., giving him legitimacy, which he turned into unopposed electoral victory in 1954....   [tags: US Foreign Relations] 2078 words
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Understanding International Relations Through Level of Analysis - Level of analysis discloses three different ways of understanding international relations. The System-level analysis considers "top-down" approach to study world politics (Rourke, 2007, p. 91). It emphasises that international actors, countries, operate in a global social-political-economic-geographic environment and the explicit characteristics of the system outlines the mode of interaction among the actors. The State-level analysis stresses the national states and their domestic practices such as national interests, interest groups, government, and domestic economy as the key determinants of the state of world affairs (Mingst, 2008)....   [tags: International Relations] 851 words
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A Brief History Of U.S.-Cuba Relations - 1810 American settlers in East and West Florida declare independence and rebel against Spain for control of land. April 28, 1823 With newly acquired land the United States has become to within 90 miles of Cuba. Secretary of State John Quincy Adam sends a letter to Minister to Spain Hugh Nelson speculating the likelihood of U.S. “annexation of Cuba” within half a century in spite of deterrents: “But there are laws of political as well as of physical gravitation; and if an apple severed by the tempest from its native tree cannot choose but fall to the ground, Cuba, forcibly disjoined from its own unnatural connection with Spain, and incapable of self-support, can gravitate only towards the...   [tags: Cuba-United States Relations]
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The Relationship Between Public Relations Professionals and Journalism - Understanding the relationship between public relations professionals and journalists is of imperative vitality to drilling successful media relations. The extent of the relationship will be investigated to gauge discernments of the relationship for both journalists and public relations professionals. There has been little change in the relationship between public relations professionals and journalists in the course of recent years, and the following analysis will offer proposals in the matter of why that is the situation....   [tags: news media relations]
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Social Systems: Marxism Approach and Human Relations Approach - 1. This Approach was developed by J. P. Dunlop of Harvard University in 1958. This approach, involves individuals who a part of a continuing independent social system. The behavior, actions, and roles of individuals are based on the culture within. There are three elements the systematic approach, they are; input, process and output. Society and institutions within this society creates the system which influences the process, which then determines the outcome or response of the individuals. This theory is based on the idea that individuals are shaped by society and societal factors (Humanresource.com)....   [tags: industrial relations, behaviors, actions] 526 words
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Early US-Chilean Relations and the War of the Pacific - American and Chilean authors seem to coincide in their perceptions of US-Chile historical relations. Henry Clay Evans states that “Few countries have had more occasions to regard the United States with unfriendliness and to resent its policies” than Chile. In the same sense, Fredrick Pike has analyzed the historical Chilean Anti-Americanism, and William Sater has depicted the US-Chile relation as a conflict between two imperialistic projects. In a similar way, Heraldo Muñoz and Carlos Portales (Chilean authors) state that US-Chilean relations “have been marked preferably by signs of divergence.” According to them, tension and disputes between both countries have been more common than agreeme...   [tags: politics, international relations] 1019 words
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International Relations: Japan’s Engagement with China, 1990-2010 - Introduction The study of international relations rests on the premise that there is always a sensible way of explaining a nation’s grand strategy, for they would not survive otherwise. From the Classical Period to the Middle Ages, from the Renaissance to the twenty-first century, historians, statesman, and political theorists have attempted to provide reason and understanding behind the decisions made by nation-states. More often than not, whether through realism or liberalism, through social constructivism or even Marxism, the theories of international relations have been able to define the guidelines for decision-making....   [tags: Diplomacy, international relations]
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Trade Relations of the US and China in the Last Four Decades - The United States and Chinese trade relation dates back in the year 1971 when these two countries re-opened doors to each other (DoS). Though the relationship of these two economies has been seen to be somewhat un-easy especially due to their recurring trade wars, there have been some significant milestones of mutually beneficial relationship. According to USSB, the trading volume from the year 1971 has significantly been on the rise both in terms of Exports and imports; up to to levels of US Dollars 532.2 Billion in 2012 from a low of US Dollars 4.7 in million in 1972....   [tags: globalization, commercial relations]
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Neo-Realism and Liberalism: Comparing These Two Different Frameworks Used in International Relations - In order for countries to cohesively overcome international barriers, frameworks of ideal political standards must be established. Two of these frameworks constantly discussed in international relations are the theories of Neo-realism and Liberalism; two theories with their own outlook at the way politicians should govern their country as well as how they should deal with others. Neo-realism lies on the structural level, emphasizing on anarchy and the balance of power as a dominant factor in order to maintain hierarchy in international affairs....   [tags: International Relations] 1232 words
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The Present-day State of Muslim-Western Relations - This essay reflects my research and participation towards our collaborative project/presentation, and outlines the focus and arguments of the group presentation. At first, my group members and I chose to do our group presentation on the relationship between the West and the Muslim world, particularly the causes of why it's such an uneasy relationship, and how fantasy plays a part. We were planning on discussing “Park51”, as it's a current event and a good indicator of the present-day state of Muslim-Western relations....   [tags: Muslim-Western Relations] 1311 words
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Chinese-Australian Relations - Analyzing the Chinese-Australian relations through a realist and a liberal perspective provides insight on the underlying tensions and possible future outcomes of the relationship between these two nations. First let us look at the relations through a realist lens. Realists put the emphasis on the state as a main actor. When considering this the realist would perhaps say that the Australia-China relationship is primarily derived from individual state actions as opposed to outside influence. China needed resources and Australia needed capital....   [tags: International Relations] 1040 words
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Norman Bethune's Impact on Sino-Canadian Relations - In today’s rapidly growing global society, foreign relations with other countries are imperative to a nation’s prosperity and world-wide harmony. Especially with China, the fastest growing country in the world, it is important for Canada to establish relations that can benefit both countries. The foundation of these Sino-Canadian relations was created by Norman Bethune’s involvement in the Second Sino-Japanese War. China was not always such a flourishing and prosperous society. In 1937, during this war, Japan invaded China with imperialist objectives....   [tags: Global Society, Foreign Relations, Prosperity]
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US-Japan Relations - “For more than 50 years, the alliance between Japan and the United States has been the cornerstone of security in the Asia Pacific region” (Clinton, 2011). In its fiftieth anniversary, the alliance faced a tumultuous year, but appears to have recovered following North Korea’s shelling of Yeonyeong Island, the arrest of a Chinese captain following a collision with a Japanese Coast Guard ship, and the collective joint effort after the devastating earthquake and tsunami on March 11 dubbed Operation Tomodachi....   [tags: Foreign Relations] 1147 words
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A Successful Career in Public Relations - A Successful Career in Public Relations What is Public Relations. Public relations (PR) is the practice of managing the flow of information between an organization and the public. PR aims to gain an organization or individual positive exposure to their key stakeholders, while downplaying any negative exposures. Edward Louis Bernays, who is considered the founding father of modern public relations along with Ivy Lee, in the early 1900s defined public relations as a management function which tabulates public attitudes, defines the policies, procedures and in...   [tags: PR Public Relations Career] 941 words
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The Best Theory of Industrial Relations - The Best Theory of Industrial Relations There are many different approaches and theories regarding industrial relations nowadays. In order to mount an opinion on which is the ‘best’ or most appropriate theory of industrial relations, each theory will have to be analyzed. The three most prevalent theories of industrial relations which exist are The Unitarist theory, The Pluralist theory and The Marxist theory. Each offers a particular perception of workplace relations and will therefore interpret such events as workplace conflict, the role of trade unions and job regulation very differently....   [tags: Employee Relations Communication ] 1375 words
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Moss Kendrix the Public Relations Specialist - Moss Kendrix This person's name is Moss Kendrix. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1917ause he is a public relations pioneer. As you can see he is a black man, and exactly because of this he designed countless public relations campaigns, which were aimed at the African- American population in the United States. He worked for news organizations and corporate clients like Ford Motor Company, Carnation, and Coca-Cola. He explained his corporate clients the importance of the buying power of African- Americans....   [tags: Public Relations] 1079 words
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Race Relations Between African Americans and Whites Following Reconstruction - Following what was arguably the most turbulent time in American history; Reconstruction had far-reaching effects on a number of areas of life in the United States. In the Deep South, one of the clearest impacts could be seen on racial relations, specifically between whites and newly-freed African Americans. Legally, dramatic changes had been made at the federal level, providing African Americans with a host of rights that had never been offered them before. It was no wonder, then, that former slave owners in the South rejected these changes and rights, taking whatever steps necessary to keep African Americans down....   [tags: Racial Relations in the Deep South] 776 words
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Types of Unemployment, Labour Relations, Trade Unions in South Africa and Other Concepts - ... 1.4) the measures implemented by South Africa was that the government would look at recruiting a large numbers of skilled migrants. Du Plessis and Smit (2006) recognized the most of the positive economic growth to improvements in total factor productivity. The international trade between countries led to improvement in productivity. In 2000 the South Africa Reserve Bank (SARB) introduced inflation targeting as their primary policy goal to stabilise the internal value of the South African currency....   [tags: international economy and relations]
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The Bitter and Unstable Relations between The People's Republic of China and Taiwan - Cross-Strait Relations The Cross-Strait relations refer to the bitter and unstable relations between the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China. The term comes from the relationship that both China and Taiwan has had, physically across the Taiwanese Strait. The relationship between the countries has been filled with war, tension, and little contact. In the earliest of Taiwanese history, both nations fought to seek diplomatic control as the legitimate form of Chinese government (Lee)....   [tags: Cross-Strait Relations]
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Critical Review: Bradley A. Thayer, Bring in Darwin: Evolutionary theory, Realism, and International Relations - In Thayer’s article, he makes an attempt to incorporate Darwin’s Evolutionary Theory into the international security studies. The article tries to answer a central question that what are the implications of Evolutionary theory to realist theory of international security and in what way can peace be achieved if warfare is part of human nature. This paper agrees with Thayer that Evolutionary theory provides a scientific theory foundation for realism and is an ultimate cause for war and ethnic conflicts, as well as the assumption that origin of war is intrinsic in human nature as part of their evolution history....   [tags: International Relations]
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Developing a Public Relations Plan for the Susan G. Komen Foundation - Susan G. Komen Foundation mission is to impact in the battle against breast cancer. With sponsored events Komen Race for the Cure, Susan G. Komen Foundation has invested almost $2 billion to fulfill a Nancy G. Brinker promise to her sister Susan G. Komen. The purpose of Susan G. Komen Foundation is to work towards terminate breast cancer in the United States and globally through innovative research, community health outreach, advocates and programs exceeding fifty countries. The event that generated the negative publicity towards the Susan G....   [tags: Public Relations Essays]
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Kantian Peace Theory: Insight Ino the Future Relations Between the United States and China - The rise of China as a global power is a troubling concept for many Americans. China's economy is one of the fastest growing in the world and China holds a plurality of the US national debt. The two countries are inextricably linked, which is one reason why a change in the status quo is an unsettling idea. Kantian Peace Theory may offer an insight into the future relations between the United States and China. If we look at the first principle of Kantian Peace theory, that “The Civil Constitution of Every State should be Republican,” we become rather vexed with the case of China....   [tags: International Relations] 680 words
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New Millennia Power Shift: A Look at the Change in US-Russia Relations - A man who survived interrogation and detainment by the Nazi Gestapo, as well as, living through both world wars, would have a very different opinion of power than someone who has seen the fall of the Berlin wall, the exponential growth in technology, and the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Centers in New York City.1 Former German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer once said, “Without power, one cannot conduct policy. Without power, our words will not be heeded.” Considering what power meant to the world between 1876-1967, and in the context of his life and Germany’s experiences of victory and defeat during world wars, Konrad’s quote is referencing a nations military strength as the source of...   [tags: post cold war relations] 1358 words
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Definition Of Public Relations - Defining Public Relations The ability to adhere to one worldwide definition of public relations is a challenging and one might say impossible task, and has concerned many public relations specials and scholars alike. They seem to agree that while individuals' actual definition of public relations might vary in strategy and technique, the end goal is always the same, to influence public opinion favorably for one's organization. Public Relations in My Own Words Public Relations deals with a broad range of strategies and methods, therefore, it is not easily defined....   [tags: PR Business Public Relations] 1051 words
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Principles Of The Human Relations Movement - In today’s successful organisations, the most important focus is managing individual employee satisfaction and motivation, apart from complying with formal rules and operating procedures, to maintain high qualityproductivity. Unlike the classical perspectives of management such as Scientific Management and Bureaucracy, “the importance of informal social factors in the work place such as co-worker relationships and group norms that influence employee motivation and performance is highlighted” (Macky & Johnson, 2003, p.82) under the ‘Human Relations Movement’....   [tags: HR Human Relations New Zealand] 1464 words
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Public Relations In Business - Public Relations Exxon Valdez and J & J Tylenol I. Background Information/ Additional Perspective According to my research with Exxon Valdez it is considered as one of the most devastating man-made environmental disasters ever to occur in Prince William Sound, Alaska, on March 24, 1989 at the sea. The Exxon Valdez spill ranks down on the list of the world's largest oil spills in terms of volume released. However, Prince William Sound's remote location made government and industry response efforts difficult and severely taxed existing plans for response....   [tags: Public Relations PR] 1187 words
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The State of US-EU Relations - The State of US-EU Relations Good Morning Ladies and Gentlemen, It is my pleasure to speak to you today on the unfortunately precarious state of affairs between the United States and Europe. As you all know, hegemonic power has shifted between European nations for centuries, while the United States did not emerge as such an influential entity until after World War II. Since these post-war reconstructive years, the United States has continued to grow in social, economic, political, and diplomatic strength, thus cementing its role as a major international power....   [tags: International Relations Europe America Essays] 2328 words
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Germany and United States Relations - Germany and United States Relations Starting in 1945 with the defeat of Germany in World War Two and ending with the reunification of Germany in 1990, America has played a large role in the lives of the Germans. America was said to be Germany’s "protector, patron, and partner". Because of this, Germany has had a special relationship with America, and their relationship has evolved throughout the years during periods of struggle in Germany. This partnership of countries has dealt with many issues such as the results of World War Two, the Berlin Airlift, the Cold War, the developing West Germany and it’s struggle against "the East", the fall of the Berlin Wall (Die Mauer) in 1989, and the re...   [tags: International Relations Politics Essays Papers]
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Cuba and United States Relations - The defining characteristic of the state is the ability to wield power. The use of power, both inside and outside of one’s border, directly speaks to the sovereignty of the nation. If a nation is incapable of disciplining or punishing its citizens it will invariably become a failed state. Moreover if a country isn’t recognized as powerful in the global political arena, that country stands a very good chance of being dominated by a nation who has the capacity to enforce its own will. The use, or at least the perception, of power is so fundamental in nationhood that those who wield the most power can easily dictate world events....   [tags: Foreign Relations]
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China-Taiwan Relations in Terms of One China and the Taiwan Question - ... The French court, which is even more unambiguous, dismissed the PRC’s intermediary appeal and held that, as “the Republic of China is a Chinese state,” the absence of recognition does not hinder its legal standing to defend the right of its former embassy property. Moreover, the German, Italian, and US courts have adamantly rejected the claim that the Warsaw Convention, to which the PRC is a party, should bind Taiwan, despite the PRC’s declaration that the convention “shall of course apply to the entire Chinese territory including Taiwan.” The Canadian courts went even further....   [tags: historical background Beijing-Taipei, US relations]
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Public Relations - Public sentiment is everything. With public sentiment, nothing can fail; without it, nothing can succeed. - Abraham Lincoln - "Fundamentally, public relation is relations with publics." (Public Relations Writing, 2000, p.10) The publics can be any group of people that shares a common interest. Through communication in different ways organizations want to establish, develop and maintain a positive relationship with different groups. This is just a basic definition of public relation but in fact it is much more challenging to really define and practice public relations....   [tags: Business PR Public Relations] 1308 words
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Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis and her Effect of Race Relations - Jackie’s Effect On Race Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis has been placed among saints in Stanley Crouch’s eyes. He associates her with some of the most influential people the world has known. He places her among the ranks of Mahalia Jackson, Bessie Smith, and the Virgin Mary, whom have all had significant effects on race relations. Stanley Crouch grew up in the slum area of Los Angeles, California (Lamb 2). Despite the fact that he is an African American, Stanley fought his way out of poverty to become one of the most famed black jazz critics and foremost authors of many influential speeches and papers....   [tags: Racial Relations]
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The Role of Philosophy in American Foreign Relations: John Fousek’s "To Lead the Free World" - John Fousek’s book To Lead the Free World, offers a remarkable perspective on the role philosophy played in American foreign relations. Indeed, the beginnings of the Cold War helped to shape American global nationalism ideology, which has been rooted in the “White Anglo-Saxon” philosophy, that the U.S. was destined to rule the world. In developing his thesis, Fousek focuses on the cultural context in which policymakers worked, and how the Cold War policy consistency developed through perceptions, relevance and its impact on foreign relations....   [tags: Philosophy, American Foreign Relations, John Fouse] 851 words
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International Soccer's Influence on Diplomatic, Social, and Political Relations - To what extent has international soccer influenced the world politically and socially. This research question will be investigated using different books pertaining to the subject. The investigation will cover the impacts of soccer in the 1930s during the First World War, the 1940s during the Second World War and the 1970s during the Cold War. The effect of soccer on a country’s nationalism will be researched as well. Soccer had a great impact on people’s lives socially; it gave people hope when in a time of need....   [tags: Soccer and International Relations]
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Relations Between the United States and Japan Before September 1941 - Relations Between the United States and Japan Before September 1941 Japan was no longer able to rely on itself for food and raw materials and, so, for Japan to survive and prosper it would have to modernise and adopt Western technology. Japan was a medieval country but had managed to beat Russia in the war in 1905. They joined Britain in the War against Germany. On the 7th September 1914, they took over Germanys interests in China, but weren’t given any credit for the war. The Japanese demanded the right to send experts as ‘advisors’ to the Chinese Government....   [tags: US-Japanese Relations before WWII] 581 words
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Defining Public Relation by Mariana Pires - The definition of Public Relations practice can be a difficult task for its professionals, in order to outline their functions and what it is as a whole, without having their work commonly confused with Marketing and even with Advertising. Therefore, as an attempt to simplify its parameters and distinct the activities, this piece of work aims to explain the differences and similarities of these professions. Focusing in particular on an overview of the main definitions of Public Relations, such as its origin and practice....   [tags: Public Relations]
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A Successful Career in Public Relations - ... It can be maintained that every organization needs public relations activities. Public relations is the practice of managing the flow of information between an organization and the public (What is). Public relations aims to gain an organization or individual positive exposure to their key stakeholders, while downplaying any negative exposures. A public relations professional has to take care of both the internal public which is the people connected to the organization or company and external publics, the consumers as both are important for a company and their interests (What Is)....   [tags: professional opportunities, career choices]
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The Significance of Ethics In Public Relations - Strategy is a concept that relies on various definitions to capture interrelationships between various components that make up a strategy. Henry Mintzberg (1987) outlines five definitions of strategy including strategy as a plan, pattern, position, perspective, and ploy. As a plan, strategy is concerned with setting up guidelines to establish direction for an organization. As a pattern, strategy consists of various actions carried out with consistency by firms. Strategy as a position looks at how organizations interact with the external environment, and how they place themselves in the competitive environment....   [tags: Business Ethics]
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The Increase of Women in Public Relations - ... The development of PR in African continent has been influenced by the availability of mass media. PR education in Africa ranges from formal tertiary diploma, degree and post degree courses. Formal public relations education is most active in Egypt, Kenya and Nigeria (Robert, 2005). Both organizational communications and public relations having emerged from different business disciplines, today share in common not only many occupational tasks and responsibilities but also a process of occupational feminization (Donato, 1990)....   [tags: feminization, courses, study] 733 words
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The Effects of Globalization on Public Relations - ... With this, public relations practitioners are commonly identified as “cultural agents” for their need to monitor the societal and cultural progressions in a society, community or country (Banks, 2000, 3). As a result of this shift, public relation practices are more interactive instead of passive. It looks beyond the functional process as they are now engaging with a more diverse audience. With the knowledge of anthropology, it enables practitioners to be more aware and attuned to the different cultural practices and values associated with a specific country....   [tags: culture, society, communication] 1623 words
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Function of a Public Relations Manager - The post of Public Relationship Manager or Public Relations (PR) deals with the activities an entity carries on to enhance its image in the public (Wisegeek, 2011). It encompasses all the communication practices that aim at exposing the company to the public in a good light to captivate the interests of existing and potential customers, investors, lenders, employees, and to promote a good relationship with governmental regulatory bodies. Job description A PR manager undertakes a supervisory role over the public relations staff as they implement programs aimed at publicizing the firm....   [tags: Improving Public Image]
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The Value and Necessity of Public Relations - Public Relations are the actions of a corporation, store, government, individual, etc., in promoting goodwill between itself and the public, the community, employees, customers, etc. Things we learned from Public Relations are provides a better understanding of the company, promotes brand image, and it is helps the company keep a good reputation. Public relations provides a better understanding of the company because it provides insight on what the company is up to and how things are running. Customers can always find out if the company is planning to launch a new product or thinking of innovations on already made products....   [tags: Human Resources]
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Public Relations and Democratic Communication - Consider the arguments for and against the view that Public Relations enhance democratic communication. While democratic communication influenced by many different factors, especially in capitalist society, the elites represents as dominant groups that have more opportunities to express their voice. Among to the rest, Public Relations play an important role in the communication between public and different organizations. The core of this essay is based on the debate of whether Public Relations enhance democratic communication....   [tags: Democratic Communications]
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A Career in Public Relations - “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some hire public relations officers” (Boorstin). Every aspect of a career in public relations is exciting and self-rewarding. The hours, job description, and clients give public relations specialists an exciting and ever-changing career. The history of the career field of public relations all started when Julius Caesar hired a team to persuade the citizens that he was doing a good job running the area. Caesar’s influence led to public relations in the Unite States beginning in the 1800’s....   [tags: Occupational Issues]
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The Impact of Liberalism on International Relations - Liberalism has contributed to the understanding of International Relations as an academic discipline and through organizations such as the United Nations, the European Union, the League of Arab States, and others in what many consider to be a very influential manner. To start, Liberalism traces its roots back to the Enlightenment period (Mingst, 2008) where many philosophers and thinkers of the time began to question the established status quo. Such as the prevailing belief in religious superstition and began to replace it with a more rational mode of thinking and a belief in the intrinsic goodness of mankind....   [tags: Liberalism and the United Nations] 2018 words
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Idealism and Realism in International Relations - In regards to the recent events in Ukraine, international relations (IR) have become a popular topic among people again. However, not many truly understand what the term ‘international relations’ entails. Unlike what we usually see in TV dramas, it is more than just people sending representatives to different countries to visit or negotiation about debatable agreements. International relation, sometimes known as ‘world politics’, began after the First World War. This field of academic study concentrates on the, as its name suggests, the politics on the global level with states as the units, relations between states, and maintaining peace in the international system....   [tags: league of nations, ukraine, world politics]
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Future Challenges in Public Relations - Future Challenges in Public Relations Introduction As a crucially important element in the organizations’ value chain, public relations is confronting a difficult dilemma or under threat at present because a bad reputation was undesirably labeled as one of its nature (Venter & Louw, 2012).In this case, it is likely that current threats could grow and turn to be forthcoming challenges if those prevailing problems cannot be solved immediately and properly. This literature review will discuss about the possible future challenges that public relations professionalsmight encounter byanalyzing the present situation, exploring the potential reasons, and categorizing those probable challenges in t...   [tags: ethical issues, strategic management]
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Obejctive of Public Relations, Paragraphs - ... Two lengths of commitment are continuance commitment, which mentions to a positive link of accomplishment, and affective commitment, which is a touching placement. In an exchange relationship, one social give assistance to the former only because the former has run profits in the former years or is likely to perform appropriately in the outlook. In a communal relationship, both parties provide profits to the other since they are worried about the prosperity of the other -- even while they get zero in profit....   [tags: measuring the results, control mutuality] 1000 words
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Public Relations and Democratic Communications - In modern society, the mass media is of central importance in informing, educating and entertaining the public through reflections of different aspects of the society, such as educational issue, economic circumstance and political affair. Benefiting from the development of new media technologies, the power of mass media to shape public perceptions on broad issues has been considerably strengthened by the achievements as a wider coverage of media audiences and the competence of instantaneous information transmission and updating....   [tags: Political Science Essays]
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Systems Theory of Industrial Relations - SYSTEMS THEORY OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS Introduction Industrial Relations is a multidisciplinary field dealing with the study of employment relationship in union and non-union organizations. There have been various theories of industrial relations in place, but the first and most influential theory was put forward by John Thomas Dunlop. Dunlop, as a labor economist, remodelled the work of sociologists and developed a framework of industrial relations system. He developed the System’s Theory which stressed on the interrelationship of institutions and behaviors that enables one to understand and explain industrial relation rules....   [tags: economic system, union and non-union workers]
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Trade Relations the EU and the USA - ... Launched in 2013, the current Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations between the EU and the United States are designed to increase trade and investment across the Atlantic by reducing and, where possible, eliminating remaining barriers, whether they are tariffs on farm or manufactured products, restrictions on foreign service suppliers, or limitations on investment possibilities. 2.2. Main imports and exports U.S. exports to the EU accounted for 21% of overall U.S....   [tags: historical development, United States] 618 words
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Realism as an Approach to International Relations - ... Thus they need a state to pursue the state sovereignty and maintain peace. But, to the fact that, only the by use of coercive power could govern the peoples and lead to prosperity. For instances, protection of DPRK of their homeland, therefore, to secure this interest, government need total military power and sophisticated weapon technology. In addition, North Korea has receive support and aid in aspect of food and funds to develop their ‘proliferation free projects’ that include the technical support for the construction of at least one of the light-water reaction (Acuto,2012: 3)....   [tags: north korea, nuclear weapon] 2101 words
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The Changing Era of Race Relations - ... Furthermore, one will find that James McKee offers an analysis on many presumptions and viewpoints expressed by prominent sociologists, during this time, that assist in the eventual breakdown of sociological perspective. In the forefront of the thinking throughout this time frame is the aspect that, as McKee explains, “American sociological perspective on the race problem was constructed by and reflected the outlook on race of white sociologist, and it remained that way for several decades of its existence.” Evidence of this discipline’s allowance of a ruling race is shown when several prominent black sociologists, such as Charles S....   [tags: sociology, minorities, perspective]
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Gender Relations and Inequality in India - Gender relations and inequality is experienced through lack of educational matters and unfair treatment of women and children, thus in many cases forcing women to run households, while the men are away at work in various seasonal migration jobs at unviable wages. As defined in a classic article, income inequality is “the distribution of total income amongst the represented population” (Gehring13). In outlined studies; evidence can conclude that poor gender relations in fact can be convoluted into other issues such as overpopulation, child malnourishment, low levels of GDP, and GNI....   [tags: female feticide, unfair treatment of women]
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The Relations between Science and Religion - ... That's why more and more abandoned religion. That's how it happened. This happens if we just look at the surface level. In fact, we should see that sebenrnya telogi simply a human intellectual construction that tries to understand the religious messages of the prophets. Thus we must dare to confront theology with science and make them grow dealektis and complementary to solve human problems posed by the application of advanced science. an barbour example is a thinker who is very conscious of that....   [tags: no real conflict, harmony]
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The Complexity of Civilian-Military Relations - Civil –Military Relations Civil military relations can be understood as ‘two hands on the sword.’ The civilian hand determines the timing to draw out the sword from its sheath and the military hand carries out the civilian government’s order to put the sword in combat. Civil military partnership is shared between the civilian government and the military establishment in order to run the state affairs. The paper examines the complexities of civil-military relationships from the past till to date....   [tags: government, agency, security] 1615 words
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Power relations and the London Riots - The 2011 London Riots was one of those spontaneous events that sparked intense media coverage and called upon the government leaders to adopt new policies amidst the changing political climate. For this reason, I will be using the London riots as a case study to discuss the effects of social media networks on the power relations between the mainstream media and the acting government during a spontaneous event. I argue that a spontaneous event such as the London riots, allows the mainstream media to exercise greater independence and power over the government, who are limited to operating from a reactionary position....   [tags: Relationship Between Government and Media]
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Olympic Massacre and the Effects of Relations - ... The complexity and difficulty that wasn’t part of the plan that Abu Daoud and Black September devised made the Olympic Massacre an even bigger event. The first step of the plan (kidnapping the Israeli team from their rooms) was to be done quickly and without disturbances in order to be successful. On September 5, 1972, at 4:30 AM, five Palestinians wearing track sweat suits with athletic bags hopped the fence to the Munich Olympic Village and headed to the building that housed the Israeli athletes’ rooms....   [tags: palestinian and israelies, germany] 1988 words
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The Civil War in Sudan its Historical Background and its Effects on Comparative Politics and International Relations - On January 1st, 1959 Sudan finally became its own independent country, and it looked as if it’s history of conflict would soon come to an end. But this was not to be, throughout most of Sudan’s independent status as a country it has been in constant turmoil. For the first thirteen years, 1959-1969, an elected government ran Sudan, but in that year, 1969, the elected government would be toppled by a military coup. Ever since this incident, Sudan has been in a civil war almost indefinitely. This rule would last for about 20 when a leader in that government rose up against them....   [tags: international relations, africa]
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Relations Between China and Taiwan - Relation between china and Taiwan Introduction The current conflict between china and Taiwan originally began in 1949 when Chiang Kai-shek (President of Republic of China) and his followers fled to Taiwan after their defeat by the Chinese communist party (led by Moa Tse-Tung) in the Chinese civil war, which erupted immediately after the Second World War. In 1950, the Chinese communist party established the people’s republic of china (PRC) and invaded Taiwan, to unify all of china under their rule....   [tags: independence, integration, interests] 1814 words
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The Realist Approach to International Relations - ... But Waltz argues that wars happened because of the anarchical system (Jackson, Sorensen 2013: 80). The reason that the states seek survival is because if the states are not exist, they can’t seek any other interests. Waltz introduces that bipolar systems provide a better guarantee of peace than the multipolar systems (Jackson, Sorensen 2013: 80). For example, there was cold war in 1947-1991 between two great powers, the United States and the Soviet, they would not like to have a war is because they maintained the systems and themselves (Jackson, Sorensen 2013: 80)....   [tags: power, anarchical, survival] 982 words
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Relations Between the Soviets and Germans - Relations between the Soviets and Germans started off with the Molotov–Ribbentrop Non-Aggression Pact signed by both sides prior to the invasion of Poland. Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin, the supreme leaders of their respective countries in terms of military command, both agreed that a non-aggression pact would benefit both countries. However, on 22 June 1941, the Germans launched Operation Barbarossa, a massive frontal assault on the USSR, under the order of Hitler’s 21st Directive. Surprised and overwhelmed the Soviets proved to be no match for the German blitzkrieg allowing the USSR to be conquered all the way to the outskirts of Moscow....   [tags: military, war, oil] 529 words
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Human Resource and Employee Relations - Employee Relations is an integral part of human resources. “Employee Relations involves the body of work concerned with maintaining employer- employee relationships that contribute to satisfactory productivity, motivation and morale. Essentially, Employee Relations is concerned with preventing and resolving problems involving individuals which arise out of or affect work situations.” (www.wfnetwork.bc.edu) The human resource professional requires knowledge and understanding, but they are of a limited value if he or she lacks the competencies to apply them to solving problems....   [tags: Business Management ] 1944 words
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Human Nature in International Relations - Human nature is that quality that sets us apart from other living things; it is the definition of what we are. The concept of human nature in international relations is embedded in the theories of international relations. Every International relations theory has its specific assumptions about human nature. The basic premise of these theories has its roots in human nature because in understanding the world and how it works, human nature is first considered. Philosophers maintain that in order for a political theory to hold any weight, it must first explain the concept of human nature....   [tags: theory, realism, constructism, human nature] 602 words
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Past and Present of Civil Relations - ... One must acquire and develop them through habituation. Who that person will become. Both pleasure and pain accompany virtue, as they decipher between extremes. This is where the virtue of thought comes into play. The virtue of thought involves wisdom and knowing where boundaries are. We must then ask ourselves: when is enough, enough and what is the better option. Most people tend to avoid things that bring pain and indulge in those that bring pleasure. Therefore, Aristotle proposes avoiding the excess and deficiency of characteristics considered to be virtuous....   [tags: justice, civic relationships, ethics] 1946 words
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Iran and United States Relations - Power, security and economy are the great determinants of the international relations that exist among different countries. Iran has for a long time predominantly been a challenge to the American interests. Iran’s political direction could go both ways. If the government decides to stand down on their nuclear program, then Iran represents itself is not only a peaceful but responsible actor. If Iran opts to oppose American diplomatic engagement, then they become a destabilizing power in the Persian Gulf and Middle East....   [tags: Foreign Policy ]
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Modern Dance and Gender Relations - For my creative project I have decided to create a collage using photographs from dance magazines and online photographs. The main idea of my collage is to create a visual image of how gender dynamics in dance are biologically determined and gender equality in dance. The collage will demonstrate my understanding of Modern dance and gender relations. I chose my topic of Modern dance and gender relations because I often question myself how a certain work of art portrays relation to gender representations in dance....   [tags: stereotypes, ballet]
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Early Approaches to Interantional Relations - ... 2001). Realism emphasizes the role of power in international relations, and realist thought holds that the international system is characterized by a state of anarchy, which is defined as the absence of any central authority (Waltz 1969). Historical antecedents to modern realist theory include the works of Thucydides, Machiavelli, and Hobbes. In his dramatization of the history of the Peloponnesian War, Thucydides emphasizes the rights of power, stating that “justice is what is decided when equal forces are opposed, while possibilities are what superiors impose and the weak acquiesce to” (Thucyides 2012)....   [tags: Industrial Revolution, World War II, Cold War] 2113 words
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