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  Martina Topić, Maria João Cunha, Amelia Reigstad, Alenka Jelen-Sanchez, Audra Diers Lawson, Mirela Polić, Ángeles Moreno, Belén Zurbano Berenguer, Beatrice Damian-Gaillard, Paloma Sanz, Cristina Fuentes Lara, Nataša Cesarec Salopek, Eugenie Saitta, Carla Cruz, Nataša Simeunović Bajić, Hanne Vandenberghe, Leli Bibilashvili, Natia Kaladze ISSN 2633-2353 (Online)    First published 2019 By Creative Media and Communications Research Ltd, 4 Cobden Place, LS12 5LJ, Leeds, United Kingdom & EUPRERA Bd. Du Jubilé 71 bte 3, 1080 Brussels, Belgium EUPRERA Report Vol. 1, No. 1 Women in Public Relations – A Literature Review 1982-2019) Authors: Martina Topi ć , Maria João Cunha, Amelia Reigstad, Alenka Jelen-Sanchez, Audra Diers Lawson, Mirela Poli ć ,  Ángeles Moreno, Belén Zurbano Berenguer, Beatrice Damian-Gaillard, Paloma Sanz, Cristina Fuentes Lara, Nataša Cesarec Salopek, Eugenie Saitta, Carla Cruz, Nataša Simeunovi ć  Baji ć , Hanne Vandenberghe, Leli Bibilashvili, Natia Kaladze Graphic design Christian Goodman Layout and Formatting Martina Topi ć EUPRERA REPORT Series Editor Martina Topi ć EUPRERA report ISSN 2633-2353   The right of authors to be identified as the authors of the report has been asserted in accordance with sections 77 and 78 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. All rights reserved. No part of this report may be reprinted or reproduced or utilised in any form or by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, now known or hereafter known invented, including photocopying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publishers. Trademark notice: Product or corporate names may be trademarks or registered trademarks, and are used only for identification and explanation without intent to infringe. The report is produced for non-commercial purposes only. Suggested citation: Topi ć , M.; Cunha, M.J. Reigstad, A.; Jelen-Sanchez, A.; Diers Lawson, A.; Poli ć , M.; Moreno,  A.; Zurbano Berenguer, B.; Damian-Gaillard, B.; Sanz, P.; Fuentes Lara, C.; Cesarec Salopek, N.; Saitta, E.; Cruz, C.; Simeunovi ć  Baji ć , N.; Vandenberghe, H.; Bibilashvili, L.; Kaladze, N. (2019). Women in Public Relations – A Literature review (1982-2019). EUPRERA Report   Vol 1., No. 1. Leeds/Brussels: Creative Media and Communications Research Ltd. & EUPRERA. ISSN 2633-2353  Topić, M.; Cunha, M. J.; Reigstad, A., et al…  2 Contents Authors 3 Introduction 9 Method 12 Findings 16 The 1980s 16 The 1990s 23 The period of 2000-2009 26 The period of 2010-2019 29 A General Thematic Analysis: Literature Trends in a Period between 1982-2019 32 Future Research 35 References 36 Appendix I 46 Appendix II 69  EUPRERA Report Vol. 1, No. 1 Women in Public Relations: A Literature Review (1982 - 2019) 3 Authors BIBILASHVILI, Leli is Head of Public Relations and Journalism department at the University of Georgia (Tbilisi). Leli also lectures modules in Message Formulation Techniques, Public Relations, Crisis Management in Public Relations, Strategic Communication Management and Event Management. In a period from September 2011 and December 2012, Leli also served as Head of the Quality Assurance department. Apart from her academic role, Leli also works as a project manager for ACT Research Foundation, project manager and consultant for Deloitte, and branding and public relations consultant for ‘Propaganda’ agency. Prior to obtaining these roles, Leli worked in Georgian public relations industry where she had a number of roles, including executive public relations roles in the Georgian banking industry and Georgian  Waterpolo Federation. CESAREC SALOPEK , Nataša is a senior consultant in a public relations agency IMC, Zagreb, Croatia. During 19 years of public relations work, Nataša created and implemented numerous communication strategies, and she has special expertise is financial PR, crisis communications, communication in M&A and change management. She graduated from the University of Zagreb (Faculty of Economics and Business), as well as at the London Public Relations School. She was the winner of the PRO PR Award for promotion and contribution to the profession. Nataša is a researcher at the European Public Relations Education and Research Association (EUPRERA) project “Women in Public Relations”. CRUZ , Carla holds a PhD in Communication Sciences and she is Assistant Professor at Universidade de Lisboa (the University of Lisbon, School of Social and Political Sciences). Carla is a Researcher at the Centre for Public Administration and Public Policies (CAPP), where she coordinates the Project "Media Representations of Sensitive Publics, and the Press Observatory for Minorities: Women, Children and Youth, the Elderly, Ethnic Minorities, Persons with Disabilities and LGBT+ People". She publishes about Television, Journalism, Media Representations and Gender. CUNHA , Maria João holds a PhD in Communication Sciences, with a specialism in Sociology of Communication within Gender Studies, and is an Assistant Professor at Universidade de Lisboa (ISCSP – University of Lisbon) in the fields of Communication, Sociology and Gender. Maria is a researcher and co-founding member of CIEG – Interdisciplinary Centre for Gender Studies, publishing in the areas of Gender and Communication.  Topić, M.; Cunha, M. J.; Reigstad, A., et al…  4 DAMIAN-GAILLARD,  Béatrice is a Senior Professor at the University of Rennes 1 and a researcher at Arènes (CNRS laboratory). She teaches Sociology on Journalism and Corporate Communication degrees. Béatrice has been investigating the evolution of journalistic discourse, focusing on the transformation of the business models of media firms and newsrooms for over twenty years. She is especially interested in the relationship between media, gender and sexuality in the career paths of journalists and in the exercise of their professional activity. On the theme "gender and journalism", she co-directed with Sandy Montanola and Aurélie Olivesi, in 2014, L’assignation de genre dans les médias. Attentes, perturbations, reconfigurations, published in Presses Universitaires de Rennes, and in 2010, with Cégolène Frisque and Eugénie Saitta, at the same publisher, Journalism "feminine": assignments, inventions, strategies. Since 2006 she has been pursuing a research project with Eugénie Saitta on the gendered relationship between political journalists and political representatives. They published several articles on the subject: «Processus de féminisation du journalisme politique et réorganisations professionnelles dans les quotidiens nationaux français», in Communications in 2011; «Feminização e transformações das práticas jornalísticas: o exemplo do jornalismo político na imprensa diária francesa», in Revista Paragrapho, in 2016; «Féminisation du journalisme: parité et égalité», in Inglobal.fr, in 2019; and, currently being published, «Le genre comme ressource dans les rapports de pouvoir entre  journalistes et politiques», in C. GUIONNET, B. LECHAUX (dir.), Lire le politique au prisme du genre. Petits accommodements du quotidien (Peter Lang). DIERS LAWSON , Audra is a Senior Lecturer at Leeds Beckett University. Audra is also the chair of the Crisis Communication division for the European Communication, Research, and Education Association (ECREA) and Associate Editor for the International Journal of Risk and Crisis Communication. Her research focuses on stakeholder attitudes towards organisations, particularly in the context of the factors influencing reputation management before, during, and after crises. Her book, Crisis Communication: A Stakeholder Relationship Management  Approach   is due out in 2019 and draws together more than 50 years of research connecting risk, issues, and crisis management with practitioner perspectives from around the world. FUENTES-LARA , Cristina is a Professor at the Rey Juan Carlos University and researcher at the Francisco de Vitoria University. Cristina holds a PhD in Migration Studies (2017) from the University of Granada, the University of Jaén and Pablo de Olavide University of Seville. Cristina also holds a degree in Political Science and Administration (2010) and a degree in Sociology (2012) from the University of Granada. She completed the Master of Social Problems: Management and Management of Social Programme (2013) at the University of Granada. Her
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