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Seite: 180, Zeilen: 8-14, 19-21, 23
Quelle: Wrigley 2002
Seite(n): 30, 36, Zeilen: 30: 6-11; 36:20-26
Previous research has indicated that people who work in public relations end up wearing numerous hats (Toth & L.A. Grunig, 1993, p. 168). This function often is responsible for public relations, marketing communications, crisis management, employee communications, and more. Therefore, the combined terms of public relations and communications were used during the interviews.

All in-depth interviews were conducted face-to-face by the researcher and were audio taped for later transcription, with the exception of some respondents who agreed to send their responses via email because they were not in Jakarta when this study took place. The interviews lasted an average of 50 minutes. [...] The interview transcriptions were also content-analyzed based on the study’s research questions. The researcher looked for main themes and supporting evidence for each of these main themes. [...] Direct quotations from participants [were also catalogued under main themes for later reuse in providing examples related to the main themes.]


Toth, E. L., & Grunig, L. A. (1993). The missing story of women in public relations. Journal of public relations research, 5(3), 153-175)[sic].

[page 30]

PURPOSE OF THE RESEARCH

[...] Prior research has shown that people who work in public relations end up wearing many different hats (Toth & L. A. Grunig, 1993, p. 168). The function often is responsible for public relations, marketing communications, crisis management, employee communications, and more. Therefore, the combined terms of public relations and communications are used.

[page 36]

All in-depth interviews were conducted face-to-face by the researcher and were audio taped for later transcription, with three interviews conducted at the researcher’s university office and the remaining seven interviews conducted at the participants’ offices. The interviews averaged 53 min.

The interview transcriptions were also content-analyzed based on the study’s research questions. The researcher looked for main themes and supporting evidence for each of these main themes. Direct quotations from participants were also catalogued under main themes for later use in providing examples related to the main themes.


Toth, E. L., & Grunig, L. A. (1993). The missing story of women in public relations. Journal of Public Relations Research, 5(3), 153–175.

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