USC Seeking Participants for Public Relation and Communication Generally Accepted Practices (GAP VI) Study
Jerry Swerling, Director of PR Studies and the Strategic PR Center at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism writes in to let PRNewser readers know the university is looking for participants in its Public Relation and Communication Generally Accepted Practices (GAP VI) Study.
Swerling calls GAP VI, “the most complete applied, practical study of trends and practices in the communications/PR field.”
“It’s a service to the profession and the results are made available to all PR/communications professionals, students and educators at no cost,” he said. To participate, visit the following page on USC’s Website.
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