Thursday, July 21, 2005

Who cares about PR evaluation?

The latest comment from CIPR is a mile away from the silly PRE-Fix idea.
At last it makes some sort of sense. But the Institute has a long way to go before it catches up with the media that REALLY like to take serious note

There are loads of people who are interested in PR evaluation. This is obvious when looking at the range of publications that cover the subject in one form or another:

Journal of Applied Communication Research.

Journal of Business Communication.

Journal of Communication.

Journal of Communication Management.

Journal of Employee Communications Management.

Journal of Public Relations Research.

Journal of Reputation Management.

Public Relations Quarterly.

Strategic Communication Management.

Communications World.


O’Dwyer’s PR Services Report.

Public Relations Strategist.

PRSA Strategist.

Reputation Management.

And then there are the publications that cover the back end bit.

Computational Linguistics

Journal of Automated Reasoning

Journal of Language and Computation

Journal of Logic, Language and Information

Journal of Semantics

Linguistics and Philosophy

Natural Language Semantics

Web Journal of Formal, Computational & Cognitive Linguistics

Linguistics and Philosophy
Natural Language Semantics

Journal of Semantics

Journal of Logic, Language and Information

Mind and Language

SALT from Cornell.

Kluwer: Studies in Lingusitics and Philosophy

International Public Relations Review.

The Links to them all is here