Heepo, that is an excellent question! Manipulation is everywhere and we see it in almost everything we do. Everything we do influences other people, even without our knowing or meaning to. For example, the authors of certain books might say: “since we already do this, when not do this in order to benefit ourselves? Public relations, in particular, is known for the use of manipulations. The man Edward Bernays  who is known as the “father of public relations” is one of the most influential pioneers of American public relations and propaganda. When it comes to propaganda for purposes of war, for example, professional public relations firms can often be involved to help sell a war. You see media manipulation when political policies or ideas from the government are trying to be promoted.  

Example of Media Manipulation:

Public relations (PR) is the practice of managing the flow of information between an organization and its publics. Public relations helps organizations get exposure to their chosen audiences be using topics that hte public will be interested in. Due to the fact that we are In an era of media-conscious decision-making, public relations has further transformed the media’s role in the democratic process. There are even whole books devoted to discussing public relations and democracy.


What Is Public Relations?  

Public Relations exists because without out, organizations would have no way of marketing themselves. PR gets your name out there, letting you showcase what you’re doing well and driving awareness of your offering. Public relations specialists were some of the first people to embrace the power of social media. In the past decade, the Internet has had a huge impact on how PR professionals function and will continue to be a driving force in public relations in the next 50 years. An interview stated that  PR experts said that mass social platforms, like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, will continue to be important on some level, but industry-specific networks will be of greater value in the future.





The Future Of Public Relations


The Arthur Page Principles of Public Relations Management include 7 principles. Tell the truth, Prove it with action, listen to the customer, manage for tomorrow, conduct public relations as if the whole company depends on it, realize a company’s true character is expressed by its people, and lastly, remain calm, patient, and good-humored. The Arthur W. Page Society is a select membership organization for senior public relations and corporate communications executives who seek to enrich and strengthen their profession. All of these principles are used in public relations and the Arthur W. Page Society is committed to the belief that public relations as a function of executive management is central to the success of the corporation.



Thoughts on the Arthur W. Page Society






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Heepo said he would be back very soon to ask more questions, so everyone be on the look out!