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- Talking with the silent majority: an interest-identity framework
- Leitch, Shirley; Davenport, Sally
- The primary contribution of this article to public relations theory and practice is to provide an interest-identity framework for guiding the formulation of public relations strategy in relation to issues-related engagement with public. We draw upon an analysis of the public consultation and communication processes undertaken by New Zealand's Environmental Risk Management Authority (ERMA) following the lifting of a moratorium on field trials for genetically modified (GM) organisms.
- Publication type
- Journal article
- Public Relations Review, Vol. 32, no. 1 (Mar 2006), pp. 71-73
- Publication year
- Biotechnology; Environmental Risk Management Authority; Genetically modified organisms; Interest-identity analysis; New Zealand; Public relations
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- Copyright © 2005 Elsevier.
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