PUR4404 International Public Relations: Focus EU
This course is designed to explore the theory and research related to the practice of public relations across cultural and national boundaries. It includes the application of various communication and public relations theories to practical problems in international for profit and not for profit settings. Following an introductory overview of the practice and theory of public relations, the course will focus on trans-national and intercultural dimensions of public relations, comparing US and European PR systems with special emphasis on Austrian-based companies. Another part of the course concerns the practice and differences of PR throughout the world. In addition to exploring the application of public relations in an international setting, strategies and approaches to PR will be explained from a theoretical base demonstrating the usefulness of theory-based public relations programs. Evaluate the most important aspects of integrated International and Intercultural PR.
Terms Typically Offered: Spring
Showing classes during the Fall 2019 term, which have open seats and are college credit.
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