Public Relations Week 2
Public Relations Week 2 JTC 351
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Date Created: 09/01/16
August 29, 2016 Personal bias o Who am I and what am I bringing to this piece. Research is a prelude to writing o Search Engines Google YouTube Bing Yahoo o Fact-checking websites Journalists Resource PolitiFact Full Fact o Electronic Databases Lexis/Nexis Factiva Academic Search Premiere Google Scholar Census Bureau Simmons Study of Media Markets Writing Guidelines o Outlining the purpose- understand your message o Sentences- be clear and concise Avoid compound sentences. 15-17 words per sentence (Max) o Paragraphs- Shorter chunks of info is better Visual components o Word Choice- Know your audience and speak to them o Active Verbs and present tense- make your writing engaging o Imagery-bring your writing to life Avoid Errors in your writing o Proofread o Gobbledygook and Jargon o Poor sentence o Wrong Words o Redundancies o Too many numbers o Hype o Bias and Stereotypes o Politically incorrect language Keys to success o Be resourceful o Pay attention to the details o Continue to learn August 31, 2016 Rhetoric- art of using language effectively and persuasively 3 elements of persuasion o Ethos o Logos o Pathos 4 elements of communications o Sender o Message o Channel o Receiver No such thing s the “general public” Organizational Publics o Internal- everyone who works for the organization o B-to-B – Business to business o B-to-C – Business to consumer o Contractors, Vendors Theories of communication o Media Uses and Gratification o Hierarchy of Needs o Cognitive Dissonance o Agenda Setting o Extra o Extra People will accept messages that meet their needs. People will accept messages based on their current level of need o Basic needs (bottom level) nd o Safety (2 to the bottom) o Love/Belongndg (middle) o Esteem (2 from the top) o Self-actualization (top) Cognitive Dissonance o People will ignore messages that do not match their beliefs Agenda Setting o The media tells people what messages are important. Framing o The message creator selects what to include in the message so the audience accepts it. Diffusion and Adoption o People will go through these five steps to adopt a message Awareness (best for PR) Interest (best for PR) Trial Evaluation Adoption Factors in Persuasive Writing o Audience Analysis Passive audience Active audience Already aware, interest level Source credibility o Expertise o Sincerity o Charisma Appeal to self-interest o Tell the audience what they want to know. Clarity of message o The message characteristics should match the audience characteristics. Timing and context o Spiderman and 9/11 example Symbols and Slogans Use of Color Suggestion for action o People need to understand how they can take action Strategies for persuasive writing o Drama o Statistics o Surveys and Polls o Examples o Testimonials o Endorsements o Emotional Appeals Persuasive Speaking o Yes-Yes o Offer Structured choices o Seek partial commitment o Ask for more, settle for less Persuasion and Propaganda o Information, especially of a biased nature used to promote or publicize a particular cause or point of view.
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