PR stereotypes

20 Sep

I learnt on Friday that many colleagues outside our subject area have a stereotypical view of our PR students. It’s the same as Victoria Mather’s in the Saturday Telegraph (no link): the PR blonde. ‘Antonia is dead perky. This morning she is following up the e-mail that she followed up with a letter about an innovative concept at the Sloth Hotel…’

I’m welcoming our new students this morning – and hoping they might shatter this image.

2 Responses to “PR stereotypes”

  1. jennel 16/03/2008 at 3:31 pm #

    hi my name is jennel i am 15yrs and i’m part of the flava press gang which is a group of young journalist in waltham forest.Well im writig an article about stereotypes in the uk and i would like a PR too help me if that is possible.
    Thankyou

  2. Caitlin Regan 19/04/2008 at 2:05 am #

    As a student in public relations, I do feel many people have an idea of this typical “pushy, loud sweet-talker” who “spins” a tall-tale when a company is amidst a crisis. This stereotype must die, because in reality a a public relation’s professional must always be honest and transparent to always, ALWAYS remain a credible source.

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