Corporate Communications: An International Journal (CCIJ) addresses the issues arising from the increased awareness that an organization's communications are part of the whole organization, and that the relationship an organization has with its external public requires careful management. The responsibility for communications is increasingly being seen as part of every employee's role and not simply the function of the marketing/PR departments. This journal will illustrate why communications are important and how best to implement a strategic communications plan.
The Journal of Public Relations Research publishes research that creates, tests, or expands public relations theory. The Journal examines understanding of why organizations practice public relations as they do and ways to conduct public relations more effectively, as well as providing scholarly criticism, & developing the history, ethics & philosophy of public relations.
Published since 1937, Public Opinion Quarterly (POQ) is among the most frequently cited journals of its kind. POQ selectively publishes important theoretical contributions to opinion and communication research, analyses of current public opinion, and investigations of methodological issues involved in survey validity—including questionnaire construction, interviewing and interviewers, sampling strategy, and mode of administration.
The Public Relations Review is the oldest journal devoted to articles that examine public relations in depth, and commentaries by specialists in the field. Most of the articles are based on empirical research undertaken by professionals and academics in the field.