Creating Spaces Revisited: Students' Perspectives on International and Multi(inter)cultural Public Relations Education

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CONFERENCE: Scholars Week

Publication Year:
2017
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http://digitalcommons.murraystate.edu/scholarsweek/Fall2017/GeneralPosters/4
Author(s):
Young, Kiaya
Tags:
Critical and Cultural Studies; International and Intercultural Communication; Public Relations and Advertising
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In a global market employees need the skills to be able to work in a multicultural market. International public relation skills are becoming a necessity. Public Relations practitioners are educated on various fundamental skills through their educational programs, but there has been a lack of international and multi(inter)cultural education. This paper is a restudy of Nilajana Bardhan’s 2003 study Creating Spaces for International and Multi(inter)cultural Perspectives in Undergraduate Public Reactions Education.