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  • Mã Số Tên sách Tác giả Năm Số số lượng xuất trang bản E1 1 AD-Worlds: Brands, Greg Myers 1999 246 Part I: Media, Audiences 1. What do ads do? 2. Products, brand 3. Banking, brandi 4. Globalization in Part II: 5. The media mix. 6. Posters and spac 7. Television comm 8. Advertising, inte Part III: 9. Constructing the 10. Projecting the a 11. Protecting the a 12. Advertising liter Glossary of keywor References Index E2 2 Basic Radio Journalism Paul Chantler, 2004 259 Chaper1: The struc Peter Stewart Chapter 2: Workin Chapter 3: News g Chapter 4: New wr Chapter 5: New bu Chapter 6: News p Chapter 7: Technic Chapter 8: Intervie Chapter 9: News re Chapter 10: Newsd
  • Chapter 11: Legali Chapter 12: Newsr Chapter 13: Small Chapter 14: Progra Chapter 15: Specia E3 2 Be your own spin doctor: A Paul Richards 1998 144 1. Living In Spin. Practical Guide to Using the 2. Here Is The New Media 3. Dealing With th 4. Planning and Pr 5. Spinning In Prin 6. Spinning On the 7. Other Ways of S 8. Advanced Spinn E4 1 Communication, Lelia Green 2001 243 1. What fuels techn Technology and Society 2. Technology ado 3. Domestication o 4. Fragmenting ma society. 5. Information pol 6. The public inter 7. Mass media and 8. Communication 9. Popular culture 10. Gender, power a 11. Making sense o 12. Techno culture E5 2 Development as Freedom Amartya Sen 2001 365 1. The Perspective 2. The ends and th 3. Freedom and th
  • 4. Poverty as Capa 5. Markets, States, 6. The Importance 7. Famines and Ot 8. Women’s Agen 9. Population. Foo 10. Culture and Hum 11. Social choice an 12. Individual Freed E6 1 Effective Media Relations Michael Bland, 2000 162 PART 1: THE MEDIA Alision Theaker, 1. Where and whe David Wragg 2. Who: ownership 3. Media law 4. Ethics and priva 5. Broadcasting in 6. New media tech 7. What is it all for PART 2 : DEALING W 8. What: newspape 9. Why: press relat 10. News, features a 11. How: writing fo 12. How: talking to 13. Checklists for e PART 3 : HANDLING 14. Why: the impor 15. How: preparatio 16. How: winning th 17. Fine-tuning: han 18. How: radio inter
  • E7 2 Effective PR Scott M.Cutlip, 2001 588 PART I: AllenH.Center, CONCEPT, PRACTIT Glen M.Broom ORIGINS Chapter 1: Introductio Chapter 2: Practitione Chapter 3: Organizatio Chapter 4: Historical o PART II: FOUNDAT Chapter 5: Ethics and p Chapter 6: Legal consi Chapter 7: Theoretical Chapter 8: Communica Chapter 9: Media and m PART III: MANAGE Chapter 10: Step one: d Chapter 11: Step two: Chapter 12: Step three: Chapter 13: Evaluation PART IV: THE PRA Chapter 14: Business a Chapter 15: Governme Chapter 16: Nonprofit Chapter 17: Trade asso unions E8 2 Ethnic Minority Media: An Stephen Harold 1992 78 PART 1 : MODELS O International Perspective Riggins 1. Ethnic Broadcast Participatory Mo 2. Mass Media in G 3. Communication, Northern Native
  • 4. Broadcasting in A Voice, One Land 5. Inadvertent Assim 6. A Radio for the M Education to Poli 7. Flaws in the Mel PART 11: THE QUES IMMIGRANTS AND MINORRITIES 8. Local Radio and France 9. Revista Mea: Ke Israel 10. Minority – Langu Celtic Culture in 11. The Postcolonial Kabyle 12. Spainish- Langua Region During th 13. The Promise and E9 2 Ethnographic Methods Karen O’Reilly 2005 252 1. Introduction to et 2. Where to begin 3. Ethical ethnograp 4. Participating and 5. Interviews: askin 6. Practical issues in 7. Visual data and o 8. Ethnographic ana 9. Writing, reflexivi E10 2 Event Management: For Lynn Van Der 2005 390 PART 1: STRATEGIC
  • Tourism, Cultural, Wagen Chapter 1: Introduction Business and Sporting Chapter 2: Event Conce Events Chapter 3: Feasibility o Chapter 4: Event Venue Chapter 5: Legal Comp Chapter 6: Business and Chapter 7: Event Marke Chapter 8: Event Spons Chapter 9: Financial M Chapter 10: Risk Mana Chapter 11: Event Prop PART 2: OPERATIO Chapter 12: Event Proje Chapter 13: Event Prom Chapter 14: Staging Ma Chapter 15: Staffing an Chapter 16: People Perf Chapter 17: On-site Ma Chapter 18: Safety and Chapter 19: Spectator M Chapter 20: Event Proto Chapter 21: Event Cate Chapter 22: Waste and Chapter 23: Event Impa Chapter 24: Careers in E11 2 Evolving Media Markets: Robert G.plcard 1998 307 Part1: Structure, size an Effects of Economic and Part2: Issues in the chan Policy Changes Part3: National experien E12 2 Excellence in Business: John 2005 518 1. Applying The Th Communicator V.Thill,Courtland 2. Writing letters, m
  • L.Bovée 3. Understanding th 4. Preparing reports 5. Writing employm E13 1 Get me a Murder a day! A Kevin Williams 1998 288 1. The “naughty an History of Mass communication i Communication in Britain 2. Right against mi 3. Get me a murder right of the popu 4. Rescued by Rove 5. The golden age o 6. Sing as we go 7. Their finest hour 8. The cosy duopol 9. Crisis? 10. Carrying on 11. Goodbye to fleet 12. New media, old E14 2 Global Media Governance: Sean O Siochru, 2002 203 Part 1 A beginner’s Guide Bruce Girard, 1. Introduction to n Amy Mahan 2. Global Governa 3. Trends in media Part 2 4. The internationa 5. The world trade 6. The UN educati 7. The world intell intellectual prop 8. The internet cor and internet gov Part 3
  • 9. Global media re 10. Actors and trend 11. Scenarios for m E15 1 Invisible persuaders David michie 1998 319 Part 1: Financial and • The rise and the • Champagne and • Creating Headli corporate spin • Why toxic sludg • Don’t beef abou • Accentuating th Part II: • What’s in a nam PR • ‘drugs Priest in Tabloids • Max Clifford: W • Let them eat cak • Media Alchemy Part III: Lobbying an • Lobbying: The t Warriors • Cash for questio never was • New Labour: M E16 1 Journalism: Critical Issues Stuart Allan 2005 381 Part 1: Journalism‘s his Part 2: Journalism and d Part 3: Journalism‘s rea Part 4: Journalism and t
  • Part 5: Journalism and t E17 1 Journalism in the Digital John Herbert 2001 343 1. Journalism in th Age: Theory and Practice 2. A questioning p for Broadcast, Print and 3. Working in a d On-line Media 4. The purpose and 5. Ethics, law and 6. Journalism lang 7. The language of 8. Writing features 9. Reporting for br 10. Broadcast prese 11. Interviewing for 12. Interviewing for 13. Feature and doc 14. Public affairs re 15. Investigative rep 16. Specialist report E18 1 Journalism: Principles and Tony Harcup 2004 179 Chapter 1: Who, what, Practice introduction to journalis Chapter 2: Constrains a Chapter 3: What is new Chapter 4: where does n Chapter 5: The journali Chapter 6: The journali Chapter 7: The journali Chapter 8: Interviewing Chapter 9: Writing new Chapter 10: Writing fea Chapter 11: Style for jo Chapter 12: Beyond pri
  • Chapter 13: Conclusion E19 2 Media Economics: Theory Alison Alexander, 2004 301 I. Economic value and and Practice James Owers, • An introduction Rod Carveth, C. • Economics and Ann Hollifield, • Structure and Ch Albert N.Greco Overview • The Economics II. Industries and Pra • The economics • The Economics • The Broadcast t • The Economics • The Economics • The economics • The economics • The economics • The economics E20 2 On Deadline: Management Carole 2000 347 1. Technology and Media Relations M.Howard, Changing Your Wilma 2. Getting started: K.Mathews 3. News: What it i 4. Tools of the Tra Briefings 5. Reporters Helpi 6. Spokespersons T Role 7. Ethics The Gold 8. Media Events: H 9. Going Global: H
  • Situations 10. Measurement/E Emergency Situ 11. Measurement E Is working 12. The Future: Exp E21 2 Planning and Managing PR Anne Gregory 2003 181 1. Planning and m Campaigns 2. Public relations 3. Starting the plan 4. Analysis 5. Setting objectiv 6. Knowing the pu 7. Strategy and tac 8. Timescales and 9. Knowing what y E22 2 Press Gang: How Roy Greenslade 2004 795 Part one: 1945-1950 newspapers make profits 1. Printing for victo from propaganda 2. The press versus Part two: 1951-1955 3. The baronial retre 4. All this-and circu Part three: 1956-1960 5. Death, departure 6. Suez: the explosio Part four: 1961- 1965 7. Sex, spies and ove 8. Profumo: the grea Part five: 1966-1970 9. The King is dead! 10. Sex, dead and reb
  • Part six: 1971-1975 11. The soaraway Su 12. Strickes, stunts a Part seven: 1976-1980 13. Selling off the f 14. Diana and Magg Part eight: 1981-1985 15. New tycoons fo 16. Gotcha! The Rip Part nine: 1986-1990 17. The Wapping re 18. Public interest a Part ten: 1991-1995 19. A media magna 20. Was it really the Part eleven: 1996-2003 21. Is it to chase rea E23 2 Prime Ministers and the Colin Seymour- 2003 270 1. Public Commun Media: Issues of Power and Ure 2. Public Commun Control 3. Public Commun 4. The Capital City 5. Harlots Revisite Minister 6. The Rise of the 7. The Downing S 8. Prime Ministers 9. Grapevine Polit 10. Drawing Blood? E24 2 PR Campaign Strategies: Robert Kandall 1996 564 PART ONE: INTROD Planning for
  • Implementation CAMPAIGN STRATE Chapter 1: An overvie PART TWO: BUILDI RESEACH STAGE Chapter 2: Introductio Chapter 3: An outline Chapters 3: Steps in su Chapter 5: Research c PART THREE: BUIL ADAPTATION STAG Chapter 6: Adapting th Chapter 7: Adaptation Chapter 8: The adaptio PART FOUR: BUILD IMPLEMENTATION Chapter 9: Graphics in Chapter 10: Developin Chapter 11: Implemen PART FIVE: BUILDI EVALUATION STAG
  • Chapter 12: Evaluation Chapter 13: Evaluation PART SIX: PRESENT PLAN Chapter 14: Preparing presentation Chapter 15: Implemen E26 2 Public Relations - Frank Jefkins & 1998 1. History of publi Framework Daniel Yadin 2. Public relations 3. Public relations 4. Public relations 5. Planning public 6. Public relations 7. Publics of publi 8. Press relations 9. Created private 10. Budgeting 11. Evaluating resul 12. The ethics of pu 13. Management an 14. Exhibitions and 15. Photography 16. Printing process 17. Sponsorships 18. Export public re 19. Marketing resea
  • 20. Public relations 21. Special uses of P 22. New Developm E27 2 Public Relations LS 113 1998 101 UNIT 1: What is Public - Thames UNIT 2 : Differences b Promotion , Publicity, P UNIT 3 : Public Relatio UNIT 4 : Public Relatio UNIT 5 : Public Relatio UNIT 6 : Marketing Re UNIT 7 : Code of Prof UNIT 8 : Tools of Publ UNIT 9 : Tools of Publ UNIT 10 : Tools of Pub UNIT 11 : Tools of Pub UNIT 12 : Tools of Pub UNIT 13 : Printing Pro UNIT 14 : Exhibitions UNIT 15 : Sponsorship UNIT 16 : Photography UNIT 17 : Public Relat UNIT 18 : Export Publi UNIT 19 : Special Uses UNIT 20 : Special Uses UNIT 21 : PR in Comm Organizations E28 2 Public Relations Writing: Thomas H.Bivins 2005 359 Chapter 1: Writing for P The Essentials of Style and Chapter 2 : Planning an Format Chapter 3 : Message St Chapter 4 : Ethics and P
  • Chapter 5 : Media Rela Chapter 6 : Crisis Comm Chapter 7 : News Relea Chapter 8 : Annual Rep Chapter 9 : Newsletters Chapter 10 : Brochures Chapter 11: Print Adve Chapter 12 : Television Chapter 13 : Speeches a Chapter 14 : Design , P Chapter 15 : Computer Chapter 16 : Writing fo E29 Scenarios in Marketing : Gill Ringland & 2006 227 Chapter 1 : Introduction From Vision to Decision Laurie Young Chapter 2: Securing Fu Chapter 3 : Marketing S Chapter 4 : Scenario Pl Chapter 5 : Scenarios in Chapter 6 : Scenarios in Strategy Chapter 7: Marketing C Change? Chapter 8: Scenarios fo Chapter 9: Conclusions E30 2 Strategic Planning for PR Ronal D.Smith 2005 380 PHASE ONE : FORM Step 1 : Analyzing the s Step 2 : Analyzing the O Step 3 : Analyzing the P PHASE TWO: STRA Step 4 : Establishing Go Step 5 : Formulating Ac
  • Step 6 : Using Effective PHASE THREE: TAC Step 7 : Choosing Com Step 8 : Implementing t PHASE FOUR : EVA Step 9 : Evaluating the APPENDIX A : APPLI APPENDIX B : ETHIC APPENDIX C : SAMP E31 1 Talespin: public relations Gerry McCusker 2005 327 A disasters-inside stories & Ambassadors – clearly lessons learnt Announcements – the in Astroturfing – PR creat B Branch – Cola Branch f Briefings – Master plan Broadcast media – PR m C Celebrities Community relations- G Contingency planning – Crisis management – M D Damage limitation – De Diplomacy – love thy n Direct mail – Volkswag Disclosure – “virus” ca E Endorsement – radio sta Ethics – the lie of the la
  • Event management : PR F Financial PR 1 – share Financial PR 2 – from s G Goodwill – trouble brew Government – grave err Grassroots campaigns – Guerrilla marketing – n H Healthcare PR1 – open Healthcare PR2 – a bitt Hype – bottles water la I Icons – home truths for Internal communication Interview 1 – losing the Interview 2- dogged by Issues management – p J Journalists 1 – registeri Journalists 2- investig Journalists 3 – smok an K Kobe Bryant- hoopstar L Launches 1 – unsinkabl Launches 2 – creating m Leadership – conservati Libel – lawsuit hard to Lobbying – PR hall of s
  • M Mascots – costume dram Media lists – list hyster Media relations 1 – foo Media relations 2 - new Minority groups- taking N News management – co Newspapers – retraction O Off the record – all that Opinion former – image P Philanthropy – a good s Photocalls- hotel reserv Political PR –battle for Promotions - operating Propaganda – truth is th Publicity – falling fowl Public opinion – the off Q Quotes R Radio – promotion leav Reputation managemen Research – own goal fo Rumour management – S Smear campaigns – virg Soundbites – when the Speeches – CEO caugh
  • Spokespeople – legal ea Sports PR – kicked into Stakeholder relations – Stunts – tearing strips o T Targeting – scouting fo Television – bogged do Testimonials- word is o U Undercover operations- V Video news releases – v Viral marketing – maiz W World Wide Web1- kic World Wide Web 2- ro X XXX Factor – fail is a f Y Youth marketing – knic Z Zephaniah, Benjamin – Conclusion – What’s m E32 2 The Daily Miracle: An David Conley 2002 375 1. Journey in Journ Introduction to 2. Agents of Powe Journalism 3. A “know” for ne 4. Small Path, big 5. The lead: will th 6. Interview with T 7. Upside–down P
  • 8. A word’s Worth 9. The Story Facto 10. Reporting For D 11. Broadcast Journ 12. Crowded Past, c 13. A view to sue 14. Ethical Journali 15. Sideshow Alley 16. Cybernaut: virtu E33 2 The Father of Spin Eward l.Bernays 283 1. Starting with Sy 2. Lighting up Am 3. The big Think 4. Setting the Spin 5. Relational for a 6. Getting Persona 7. At the Office 8. Going to War 9. Uncle Sigi 10. The Cambridge 11. A question of Pa E34 1 The Media of Mass John Vivian 2005 515 Chapter1: Mass media Communication Chapter2: Books Chapter3: Magazine Chapter4: Newspapers Chapter5: Recordings Chapter6: Movies Chapter7: Radio Chapter8: Television Chapter9: The web Chapter10: News
  • Chapter11: Public Rela Chapter12: Advertising Chapter13: Entertainme Chapter14: Media Rese Chapter15: Mass comm Chapter16: Mass media Chapter17: Mass media Chapter18: Global Mas Chapter19: Mass Media Chapter20: Mass Media Chapter21: Ethics and t Chapter22: Visual Mes Chapter23: Media and p E35 1 The movie business book Jason E.Squire, 2005 552 1. The creators 2. the Property 3. The money 4. The managemen 5. the deal 6. The Production 7. Marketing 8. The Revenue str 9. Theatrical distri 10. Theatrical exhib 11. Home video 12. Consumer Produ 13. International 14. The future
  • E36 2 The public Relations Alison Theaker 2004 366 Part I: The context of Handbook • What is public r • Public relations • Public relations, • Professionalism Part II: Strategic publ • Corporate comm • Corporate Ident • Public affairs an • Business ethics responsibility Part III: • Media relations • Internal commu • Corporate socia community invo • An introduction • Public sector pu • Consumer publi • Business-to-bus • Using the intern Part IV: Shaping the f • Changing media • Research and ev • Future challenge • Coping with cul E37 2 The Practice of Public Fraser P. Seitel 2004 567 Part 1 Evolution Relations Part 2 Preparation Part 3 The Public
  • Part 4 Excution Part 5 Future E38 2 The unseen power: Public Scott M. Cutlip 1994 250 Part 1 The Seedbed yea Relations. A History (Part Part 2 Public Relations I) 1930 Part 3 The depression a E39 The unseen power: Public Scott M. Cutlip 1994 270 Relations. A History (Part II) E40 The unseen power: Public Scott M. Cutlip 1994 537 Relations. A History (Part III) E41 Theories of Armand Mattelart 2004 185 1 The Social Organism • The discovery o communication: A short and Michele • Managing the M introduction Mattelart 2 New World Empiric • The Chicago sch • Mass communic • Information theo • Information and • Cybernetics 4 The Cultural Indus • Critical theory • Structuralism • Cultural studies 5 Political economy • Cultural Depend • Cultural Industr 6 The return of every • The intersubject • The ethnograph 7 The dominion of com • The notion of th • One world, man E42 2 Theories of the information Frank Webster 304 1 Introduction society 2 The idea of an inform 3 The information soci 4 Information, restructu
  • 5 Informational capital 6 Information and adva 7 Information managem 8 Information, reflexiv 9 Information, postmod 10 Conclusion: is there E43 2 Understanding Journalism Lynette Sheridan 2002 185 Part 1: From knowing Burns 1. Introduction 2. Journalism in ac 3. Journalism in de Part 2: Journalism 4. Finding news 5. Choosing news 6. Gathering news 7. Evaluating news 8. Constructing ne 9. Editing news 10. Working with w E44 2 Understanding Media Gillian Doyle 2002 184 1. Introduction to M Economics 2. Corporate Strate 3. Economics of ad 4. Television Broa 5. Television Prod 6. The internationa 7. Print Media 8. New Media 9. Media Economi
  • E45 2 Value Added PR: The Thomas L.Harris 2000 314 Part I: How public relat Secret Weapon of Part II: How to write an Integrated Marketing plan E46 2 Women and Media: Karen Ross and 2004 209 Part I: Representing a International Perspectives Carolyn M.Byerly • Introduction • Media Coverage children • Exclusion and M Israeli Media • Women Framed • The Woman Ma Part II: Women’s Age • Introduction • Feminist Interve • Working, Watch Accec ,Employm in India • “Dangerously F Alternative Rad • Cyberspace: Th E47 2 Writing Feature Stories How Matthew 2004 281 1. What exactly is to research and write Ricketson 2. The Variety of f newspaper and magazine 3. Crossing the bri articles practitioner 4. Generating fresh 5. Spend half an ho 6. Gathering the ra 7. The Subtle and 8. Seeing things fo 9. Finding the righ
  • 10. Leads, closes an 11. Wordcraft 12. Editing your sto 13. Looking ahead… E49 Public Relations – Theory Jane Jonhston and 2004 466 Part 1: Theory and Practice Clara Zawawi 1. What is public r 2. A history of pub 3. Theoretical pers Part 2: The legal and e 4. The legal enviro 5. Ethical practice Part 3: Process and ap 6. Research and ev 7. Strategy, planni 8. Tactics 9. Information and Part 4: Public Relation 10. Media relations 11. Internal and com 12. Crisis and issue 13. Sponsorship and Part 5: Public relation 14. PR in business 15. PR in governme
  • 16. PR in the Third E50 2 Strategic Public Relations Erica Weintraub 2006 411 I. Framework Management Austin, Bruce 1. The need fo E.Pinkleton 2. Where the s 3. Element of c 4. Determining plan II. Gathering u 5. Research de 6. Making rese 7. Making rese 8. Making rese 9. Making rese 10. Making rese 11. Making rese 12. Collecting, a III. Using theor 13. What theory 14. Theories for 15. Practical ap IV. The success 16. Presenting c research reports E51 2 Michael Regester and July Risk issues and 2003 194 Part 1: Risk issues ma Larkin Crisis • Outside-in think Management • Issues managem • Planning an issu management mo • An issue Ignore
  • • Implementing a Part 2: • So it hits the fan • Perception is the • The media in cr • The legal perspe • Planning for the • Crisis communi E52 2 Toxic sludge is good for you John C.Stauber 1995 227 1. Burning Books and Sheldon 2. The Art of the H Rampton 3. Smoker’Hacks 4. Spinning the At 5. Spies for Hire 6. Divide and Con 7. Poisoning the G 8. The Sludge hits 9. Silencing Spring 10. The Torturer’lob 11. All the news tha 12. Taking Back yo E53 2 Public Relations Writing and Dennis L.Wilcox 2001 570 Part 1: The Basics of P Media Techniques • Chapter 1: Prep • Chapter 2: Persu • Chapter 3: Find • Chapter 4: Lega Part 2: Writing for M • Chapter5: The V • Chapter6: The f • Chapter7: Photo
  • • Chapter8: Pitch Ed • Chapter9: Radio • Chapter10: Dist • Chapter11: Wor Part3: Writing for oth • Chapter12: New • Chapter13: The • Chapter14: Dire • Chapter15: Lett • Chapter16: Writ • Chapter 17: Aud Part 4: Managing pro • Chapter18: Mee • Chapter19: Prog • Chapter 20: Pro E54 2 Festival and special event Johnny Allen, management William o’toole, Robert harris, Ian Mc Donnell E55 2 Event management & event Donald Getz 2003 439 Chapter 1: Introduction tourism Event to Chapter 2: Event Mana Chapter 3: Planning Ev Chapter 4: Site planning Chapter 5: Destination Chapter 6: The Event E Chapter 7: Organization Chapter 8: Human Reso Chapter 9: Acquiring R
  • Management Chapter 10: Safety, Hea Chapter 11: Marketing Chapter 12: Market Res Chapter 13: Communic Chapter 14: Evaluation E56 2 The Advertising handbook Sean Briebley E57 2 Advertising, Promotion, Terence A. Shimp 2003 649 Part1: Integrated Mar &Supplemental Aspects of Equity Enhance Integrated Marketing Part2: IMC from the c Communications communicating Part3: Communicatin Packaginf and Part4: Advertising Ma Part5: Sales Promotio public relations Part6: External Pressu E58 2 Theories of Human Stephen W. 2005 395 Part1: Foundations Communication Littlejohn & • Communication Karen A.Foss • The Idea of The • Traditions of co Part2: Theories • The Communica • The Message • The Conversatio • The Relationshi • The Group • The Organizatio • The Media
  • • Culture and soc