Advocacy GroupsThese groups advocate for a variety ofsocial issues.
Social Issue OrganizationsThey are similar to advocacy groups but“have more broadly defined…goals”(p. 380).-Visible & Active
Advocacy & Social Issue          GroupsBoth of these use a variety of PR methods.
Advocacy GroupsThe main methods that they use are:-Lobbying-Litigation-Demonstrations-Boycotts-Reconciliation
Social Service OrganizationsBetween looking up definitions & readingthe text, I came to some conclusions…
Social Service OrganizationsThey are easy to define in general terms…-They offer services and advocacy-They “include socia...
Social Service OrganizationsBut they are sometimes hard to define inspecific terms.-Most are nonprofit-However, some cultu...
Social Service Organizations
Social Services OrganizationsThere main methods are:-Publicity-Events-Promoting Services-Educational Material-Newsletters
Real Life ExampleCentral Florida Autism Institute Inc.-“Brad & Evans 6th Annual Bucs Bye  Week Golf Tournament” Fundraiser
ReferencesPicture 1: Found on Greenpeace WebsitePicture 2: Found on Bing Images for PETAPicture 3: Found on Able-Disabled ...
ReferencesPicture 9: Found on compfight.comPicture 10: Found on Amazon.comPicture 11: Found on compfight.comPicture 12: Fo...
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  1. 1. Advocacy GroupsThese groups advocate for a variety ofsocial issues.
  2. 2. Social Issue OrganizationsThey are similar to advocacy groups but“have more broadly defined…goals”(p. 380).-Visible & Active
  3. 3. Advocacy & Social Issue GroupsBoth of these use a variety of PR methods.
  4. 4. Advocacy GroupsThe main methods that they use are:-Lobbying-Litigation-Demonstrations-Boycotts-Reconciliation
  5. 5. Social Service OrganizationsBetween looking up definitions & readingthe text, I came to some conclusions…
  6. 6. Social Service OrganizationsThey are easy to define in general terms…-They offer services and advocacy-They “include social service, philanthropic, cultural, and religious groups” (p. 382)
  7. 7. Social Service OrganizationsBut they are sometimes hard to define inspecific terms.-Most are nonprofit-However, some cultural organizations receive government funds. (e.g. Smithsonian)
  8. 8. Social Service Organizations
  9. 9. Social Services OrganizationsThere main methods are:-Publicity-Events-Promoting Services-Educational Material-Newsletters
  10. 10. Real Life ExampleCentral Florida Autism Institute Inc.-“Brad & Evans 6th Annual Bucs Bye Week Golf Tournament” Fundraiser
  11. 11. ReferencesPicture 1: Found on Greenpeace WebsitePicture 2: Found on Bing Images for PETAPicture 3: Found on Able-Disabled WebsitePicture 4: Found on MADD website blogPicture 5: Found on compfight.comPicture 6: Found on Bing Images for HumorPicture 7: Found on compfight.comPicture 8: Found on Bing Images for PR Method
  12. 12. ReferencesPicture 9: Found on compfight.comPicture 10: Found on Amazon.comPicture 11: Found on compfight.comPicture 12: Found on compfight.comPicture 13: Found on compfight.comPicture 14: Found on facebook.comPicture 15: Found on faacebook.comTextbook: Think Public Relations

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