Definition of Public relations person
1. Noun. A person employed to establish and promote a favorable relationship with the public.
Specialized synonyms: Spin Doctor, Spinmeister
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Literary usage of Public relations person
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1. The Free Agent Marketing Guide: 100+ Marketing Tips for Free Agents by Douglas Florzak (2004)
"A good public relations person has developed a database of contacts that includes good working relationships with the media. Your PR person can write press ..."
2. International Rice Research: 25 Years of Partnership by International Rice Research Institute, M S Swaminathan (1985)
"He or she must serve as a scientist, as a public relations person, and as communication link with "home base." It is essential for the home base to ..."
3. Now Is Too Late 2: Survival in an Era of Instant News by Gerald R. Baron (2006)
"A public relations person from the company involved may find himself or herself sitting next to a public information specialist from the Coast ..."
4. Read & Understand Celebrating Diversity Grades 4-6 by Delana Heidrich, Kathleen Simpson, Tekla N. White (2000)
"By the time Jesse Owens was thirty-five years old, he had become a successful speaker and public relations person. He didn't need to compete in special ..."
5. Expanding the Boundaries of Self Beyond the Limit of Traditional Thought by Oliver H. Jobson (2005)
"She was the social secretary as well as the public relations person and, finally, she was the front line of discipline. Only the mother gives birth. ..."
6. Spanish/English Read & Understand Nonfiction by Delana Heidrich, Kathleen Simpson, Ana Shirazi, Tekla White (2005)
"By the time Jesse Owens was thirty- five years old, he had become a successful speaker and public relations person. He didn't need to compete in special ..."
7. Editing and Publication: A Training Manual by Ian Montagnes (1991)
"The primary job of a public relations person is to keep the senior management aware of what is going on outside. To do this the PR person reads newspapers ..."
8. Forensic Mental Health: Working with Offenders with Mental Illnessby Gerald Landsberg, Amy Smiley, Civic Research Institute by Gerald Landsberg, Amy Smiley, Civic Research Institute (2001)
"See Posttraumatic stress disorder Public defenders, 1-4 Public perception, 27-2-27-3 suspicion, 27-3 public relations person, for news management, ..."