Five Ways to Spot ‘Fake’ Research

Download Full Report: Five Ways to Spot Fake Research Download Infographic: Five Ways to Spot Fake Research – Infographic (PDF) With the introduction of new terms such as “fake news” and “alternative facts,” one area of interest that has not garnered as much attention is “fake research.” There is no denying the importance of research—research […]

IPR Announces Free Webinar Series Sponsored by the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications

Webinars will feature the latest in communication research and its application in the profession Gainesville, FL—The Institute for Public Relations (IPR) will be presenting five webinars featuring topics on organizational communication, behavioral insights, and public interest communication, sponsored by the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications (CJC). Beginning in June, each webinar will […]

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Top Ten Public Relations Research Insights of 2016

For the third annual edition of the Top 10 Research Insights of 2016, the Institute for Public Relations carefully selected research studies from a range of public relations research topics. IPR’s Board comprises senior-level executives and leading academics who chose these 10 studies based on their methodological rigor and relevance to the profession. The third […]

Top Research Insights from IPR’s Fifth Annual Research Symposium in NYC

The Institute for Public Relations (IPR) celebrates 60 years this year and hosted its annual research symposium in NYC on Nov 30th. Attendees were invited to listen to and discuss the latest public relations and communication research findings with authors, fellow practitioners and educators. Staying true to its mission to promote research that matters, IPR […]

Millennials@Work: Perspectives on Diversity & Inclusion

Research released today from the Institute for Public Relations (IPR) and leading global communications and engagement firm Weber Shandwick found distinct differences between Millennials and older generations in their experiences and attitudes toward diversity and inclusion at work. The survey reveals the importance that Millennials place on diversity and inclusion (D&I) when considering a new […]

IPR Expands Global Reach with Research Symposiums in Hong Kong and Singapore

This month, IPR expanded our international scope with Research Symposiums in Hong Kong and Singapore. IPR Research Symposiums are a way of saying thank you to our supporters. Attendees are invited to listen to and discuss the latest public relations research findings with authors, fellow practitioners and educators. The research symposium in Hong Kong was […]

Reputation Is Everything | 2016 PRAXIS Conference

What does it take to be creative? What is the promise of disruption in the digital era? What is the impact of millennials on brand reputation? What role does reputation management have in the age of artificial intelligence and virtual reality? These are some of the topics that were presented and discussed at the PRAXIS […]

Organizational Clarity: Country Report for the United Kingdom

This is an IPR Signature Study conducted by the IPR Commission on Organizational Communication and a part of the Organizational Communication Research Center. Download Full White Paper (PDF): Organizational Clarity: The Case for Workforce Alignment and Belief

Organizational Clarity: Country Report for Brazil

This is an IPR Signature Study conducted by the IPR Commission on Organizational Communication and a part of the Organizational Communication Research Center. Download Full White Paper (PDF): Organizational Clarity: The Case for Workforce Alignment and Belief

Organizational Clarity: Country Report for India

This is an IPR Signature Study conducted by the IPR Commission on Organizational Communication and a part of the Organizational Communication Research Center. Download Full White Paper (PDF): Organizational Clarity: The Case for Workforce Alignment and Belief