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Public relations is defined by Merriam-Webster Word Central as "the business of creating public goodwill for a person, firm, or institution".
See PR Conglomerates for an overall picture as to how the PR industry forms global networks of influence.
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- Definition of public relations, Merriam-Webster Word Central, accessed November 2010.
- Don Bates, Short history of public relations, Published by the Institute for Public Relations, accessed November 2010.
- Website, PRSA (Public Relations Society of America), accessed November 2010.
- Books about public relations, Google, accessed November 2010.
- Website, The Museum of Public Relations, accessed November 2010.
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