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    The Celebrity Controversy

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    Suffering is an ever-present concern across the globe and it spurs the need for charities and advocacy groups to help bring it to an end. Often times, celebrities become the voices of these charities and advocacy groups because of their popularity and impact on the public. This, however, strikes a controversy regarding the ethicality of having celebrities as public figures for humanitarian causes. It is debatable that celebrities’ vast influence on the public can negatively impact the cause. Realistically, the celebrities influence on the public is the reason that celebrity humanitarians are successful advocates. Celebrities hold the power to generate awareness quickly and talk with bureaucrats to initiate change, while also benefiting from the publicity. These qualities make them strong candidates for becoming the voice of humanitarian causes. The most recognized people in society are celebrities. People read about them in magazines, listen to talk shows and radio stations all geared towards informing the world about celebrities’ lives. When celebrities advocate for humanitarian issues a “massive amount of attention and money” are brought to humanitarian causes (Text 4, Lines 23-24). A celebrity’s followers see that this person they admire is trying to help a cause and it wills them to want to help as well. People donate time and money to the cause therefore aiding the cause. A concern is because celebrity humanitarians can “dilute debates, offer misguided policy proposals,…

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    Celebrities on Social Media “Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are where stars go to be made and where dying stars go live again” (Allen). Since the Internet has appeared, the music industry has been majorly impacted. Celebrities are now able to gain exposure and fans, and can also use social media to connect with their fans and stay famous. They are able to get more exposure and promote themselves to help their careers. They also can use their fame for other purposes such as charities. The…

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    Thomas Paine Thomas Paine published multiple things. He published the first pamphlet(Common Sense)to advocate american independance, African Slavery In America, and a runaway best-seller that excited the american public. Thomas Paine was one of the best publicists in the american revolution.Thomas started writing in the summer of 1772. Thomas Paine wrote Common Sense on January 9,1776 but it was not published until February 14, 1776. After The colonists read Common Sense they became more ready…

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    • Introduction Public Relation plays an Important role in maintaining relationship between a certain organization or company and the public itself with developing jointly valuable relations. Public Relation has a lot of different areas; we are specifically focusing on the area of fashion. We will discuss on different aspects of PR in fashion industry such as, the connection of Public Relation in fashion industry, functions of Public Relation in fashion, public’s of fashion Public Relation,…

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    Why do the assignment if its an interview with someone I 'm not going to be when I 'm older or at least try to be. The search continued. I was talking to my girlfriend about this problem I was having about not knowing who to interview, she suggested a friend of hers who is a manager and publicist of up and coming artists. His name is Will Frank, I actually knew Will as well and wasn 't aware that he had such an interesting career. I got his number, texted him explaining how I would love to do a…

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    Redbook: Ethical Dilemmas

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    this case, losing the the trust of Jennifer Aniston and her trust going forward. Use photos that you absolutely know are real and have been approved by all parties. In this case, Redbook did not justify their thinking. They should have verified the validity of the photo with Aniston’s publicist. This would have kept their loyalty to the public by presenting the truth. 2. The Enlightenment philosophy of “what is verifiable, replicable, universal,” holds true to our case study. If Redbook would…

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    handling the issue. During my sophomore year, she invited me to the NJ Regional Conference with our executive board. Regionals was an extremely beneficial experience for me since I was so new to the club at the time. We talked to other SADD chapters about their focal point for the year and how they were helping their community. Junior year I decided to apply for the Recording Secretary position, which I received. I kept records of the meetings and made sure member lists were up to date since…

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    Using teachings of publicists as a source of law is not common enough but can be seen in some national legislations, like the Article 1 of Swiss Civil Code1907, which indicates that ‘the court shall follow established doctrine’. Those teachings of publicists have their influences on the judgements because of the scientific value, the impartiality and the principles they created. Actually, the principles inside these teachings are perhaps the reason why they can become the sources of…

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    Ever since high school I have had a personal interest in the social lives of others and how they are interpreted in the media. And up until college I just thought it was a hobby but in actuality it was a hidden passion of mine and that was public relations. From seeing publicist Jonathan Cheban with Kim Kardashian and Karen Civil with rapper Lil Wayne; I felt a connection like no other. Because of the friendship and trust they had between one another. When I first looked into public relation was…

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    Allied's Internship Report

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    My internship experience was experiential, very educational, and stressful at times. I will never be able to thank you enough, Dr. Wigley, because of you, I was given the opportunity to ask about Allied’s internship program when they were our guest speaker in our Intro to PR course of fall semester 2015. Summer of 2016 I was interested in attaining experience in the real world of PR, so I had originally conversed with former Senior Publicist, Kelsey of Allied’s Hispanic division because I was…

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