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Public Relations Review



The statistics shown below contain data since 1 November 2018.
Basic Information

Publisher: Elsevier
Founded in: 1975
URL: https://www.journals.elsevier.com/public-relations-review
Rank:
• 39/86 in Communication (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Communication

Authors per paper:
     Average: 2.4
     Median: 3
References per paper:
     (Unfortunately, this journal does not provide open references)
Altmetric Attention Score per paper:
     Average: 1.1
     Median: 3

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Latest papers

Examining the role of sense of community: Linking local government public relationships and community-building
Public Relations Review 2019-02-14

Never easy to say “sorry”: Exploring the interplay of crisis involvement, brand image, and message appeal in developing effective corporate apologies
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Do public relations practitioners perceptually share ingroup affiliation with journalists?
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Moral dilemmas, trials, and gray areas: Exploring on-the-job moral development of public relations professionals
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Narratives of risk communication: Nudging community residents to shelter-in-place
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Exploring nonprofit-business partnerships on Twitter from a network perspective
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Functional and emotional traits of corporate social media message strategies: Behavioral insights from S&P 500 Facebook data
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Communicating about infectious disease threats: Insights from public health information officers
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Beyond attribution: Building new measures to explain the reputation threat posed by crisis
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Hashtag activism and message frames among social movement organizations: Semantic network analysis and thematic analysis of Twitter during the #MeToo movement
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Breaking bad news with CONSOLE: Toward a framework integrating medical protocols with crisis communication
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Economics or ethics? Exploring the role of CSR expectations in explaining consumers’ perceptions, motivations, and active communication behaviors about corporate misconduct
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Representations of reliability: The rhetoric of political flip-flopping
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

The influences of relationship quality with external partners and required levels of approval of messaging on crisis preparedness
Public Relations Review 2019-01-30

Editors’ preface
Public Relations Review 2019-01-29

Impactful papers (6 months)

Cited Half-Life

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Cited median publication year:
2011