For example, a public relations practitioner can do first-edition gate-keeping before negative news about their organization is in print in newspapers in South Korea (Lee & Berkowitz, 2004).
What does PRP stand for?
PRP stands for Public Relations Practitioner
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 329 other meanings of PRP in our Acronym Attic
- Proportional Representation Party
- Proposed Regional Plan (New Zealand)
- Protease Resistant Protein
- Pseudo Random Permutation (computer science; cryptography)
- Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program
- Psychological Refractory Period
- Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program (various locations)
- Public Radio Partnership (Louisville, KY, public radio station)
- Public Relations & Promotion Group (Russian marketing communications agency)
- Public Relations Personnel (US Navy)
- Public Relations Project (various organizations)
- Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program
- Pulse Repetition Period
- Training and Procurement Division (US Navy)
- PlayRadioPlay! (band)
- Pacific Railroad Preservation Association (Portland, OR)
- Paleontological Resources Preservation Act of 2009
- Peel Regional Police Association (Mississauga, ON, Canada)
- Pennsylvania Rifle and Pistol Association
- Platte River Power Authority (Colorado & Wyoming)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Not many public relations practitioners can say they have sold donuts door-to-door or worked for Burson-Marsteller or served as press secretary to the majority leader of the U.
More particularly, how do we prepare the next generation of public relations practitioners for a world in which there may be no reporters on the telephone, company newsletters to churn out, intimidating policy manuals to follow, static job descriptions - perhaps not even a permanent work place?
Politicians and public relations practitioners spring to mind.