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Advisors from 55 of 119 student-run public relations firms on U.S. college campuses provided data about firm characteristics. A listing of student-run public relations firms, or agencies, was created and through an online survey questionnaire, results show that firm characteristics (years in operation, funding, workspace, hiring process, types of c...

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... were asked to divulge how often students handled certain aspects of the firm's business. Table 4 shows that the majority of advisors responded students "always" were involved in the firm's planning and handling client complaints. When these variables were summed for a total reflecting student involvement (never=0, rarely=1, sometimes=2, often=3, always=4), the lowest student involvement was a 9 and the highest was 20 (mean=16.39, ...

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