Questions related to Strategic Communication
The public administration is the real institution to provide service to the country's population, but planners face difficulty in analyzing the internal and external environment to identify opportunities, threats, strengths and weaknesses, to build a strategic plan that can meet the needs of the people.
So, how can we analyze the internal and external environment of the public administration institution in the country from your point of view?
I am studying The Role of Strategic Communication in the Prosecution Stages of the Biafra Revolution from 1967-1970(Nigeria civil war) .The crux of the argument is that apart from the use of weapons, strategic communication helped the Biafran side to sustain the war for three years. Any suggestion will be appreciated.
I am conducting a qualitative content analysis research that wants to prove that the Nigeria civil war of 1967-1970 was a social revolution sustained by strategic communication. Do I need a qualitative data to back my findings? Must I use the Nvivo metrics procedure to do the analysis?
Could anyone provide me with more scholarly work on authenticity that would be applicate to the PR/Communication/ non.profit sector? I am currently writing my PR and Strategic Communication Master's dissertation on authenticity in the non-profit sector. I have issues finding any more authors in the field than Juan Carlos Molleda (PR & Strategic Communication) and Camilleri (Corporate communication). I am researching how Burning Man strategically communicates with authenticity and I am looking for more authors who use the concept and talk about its relevance for corporate communication/ PR.
Depending on the project user experience, designers get a strategic definition of a brand, branding goals, value propositions of their "products" or "services", customer focus and similar stuff.
But i see a enormous challenge to transfer this into processable insights for the discipline of user experience design. Therefore, i just wonder if there are any kind of experiences or concrete documents out there which address this type of inquiry.
I am interested on how social imaginaries can emerge from the web-mediated discouse of third sector organizations and will like to follow their social media. Shall I create a new profile for myself just for research purposes, or will that be perceived as "hiding" myself and being dishonest with the organizations followed? What do you think about this?