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Burton St. John
Burton St. John
Professor of Public Relations at CU-Boulder
E-mail megerősítve itt: colorado.edu - Kezdőlap
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Public journalism 2.0: The promise and reality of a citizen engaged press
J Rosenberry, B St John
Routledge, 2009
1592009
The sea is rising… but not onto the policy agenda: A multiple streams approach to understanding sea level rise policies
JE Yusuf, K Neill, BS John III, IK Ash, K Mahar
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34 (2), 228-243, 2016
402016
The case for ethical propaganda within a democracy: Ivy Lee's successful 1913–1914 railroad rate campaign
BS John III
Public Relations Review 32 (3), 221-228, 2006
392006
Crisis management and ethics: Moving beyond the public-relations-person-as-corporate-conscience construct
B St. John III, YE Pearson
Journal of Media Ethics 31 (1), 18-34, 2016
342016
Patch. com: The challenge of connective community journalism in the digital sphere
B St. John III, K Johnson, S Nah
Journalism Practice 8 (2), 197-212, 2014
302014
The evolution of an idea: Charting the early public relations ideology of Edward L. Bernays
BS John, MO Lamme
Journal of Communication Management, 2011
282011
Newspapers' Struggles with Civic Engagement: The US Press and the Rejection of Public Journalism as Propagandistic
B St. John III
The Communication Review 10 (3), 249-270, 2007
282007
CLAIMING JOURNALISTIC TRUTH: US press guardedness toward Edward L. Bernays’ conception of the minority voice and the “corroding acid” of propaganda
B St. John III
Journalism studies 10 (3), 353-367, 2009
252009
Press professionalization and propaganda: The rise of journalistic double-mindedness, 1917-1941
BS John III
Cambria Press, 2010
242010
Introduction: Public journalism values in an age of media fragmentation
J Rosenberry, ST BURTON
Public Journalism 2.0, 13-20, 2009
242009
Pathways to public relations: histories of practice and profession
BS John III, MO Lamme, J L'Etang
Routledge, 2014
212014
Disconnects between news framing and parental discourse concerning the state-mandated HPV vaccine: implications for dialogic health communication and health literacy.
B St John 3rd, M Pitts, KA Tufts
Communication & Medicine 7 (1), 75-84, 2010
212010
Citizen Journalists' Views on Traditional Notions of Journalism, Story Sourcing, And Relationship Building: The persistence of legacy norms in an emerging news environment
KA Johnson, BS John III
Journalism Studies 18 (3), 341-357, 2017
202017
Crisis communication and crisis management: An ethical approach
BS John III, YE Pearson
Sage Publications, 2016
182016
The National Association of Manufacturers' Community Relations Short Film Your Town: Parable, Propaganda, and Big Individualism
B St. John III, R Arnett
Journal of Public Relations Research 26 (2), 103-116, 2014
162014
Engaging stakeholders in planning for sea level rise and resilience
JE Yusuf, B St. John III, M Covi, JG Nicula
Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education 164 (1), 112-123, 2018
152018
Conveying the sense-making corporate persona: The Mobil Oil “Observations” columns, 1975–1980
BS John III
Public Relations Review 40 (4), 692-699, 2014
152014
Organizational disaster communication ecology: Examining interagency coordination on social media during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic
W Liu, W Xu, B John
American Behavioral Scientist 65 (7), 914-933, 2021
142021
Public relations and the corporate persona: The rise of the affinitive organization
BS John
Routledge, 2017
142017
Stuck on options and implementation in Hampton Roads, Virginia: an integrated conceptual framework for linking adaptation capacity, readiness, and barriers
JEW Yusuf, B St John
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 7 (3), 450-460, 2017
132017
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