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1Running head: COMPARATIVE CRITIQUE Comparative Critique of Seven ArticlesElaine PangleEDUC 742 – Educational Leadership and Public RelationsLiberty UniversitySeptember 29, 2019
2COMPARATIVE CRITIQUE AbstractThis paper compares seven articles from the field of public relations and education. The international connection to the world demonstrates that public relations and education prevail in sharing information across boundaries. School communities and local organizations rely on public relations in order to communicate in a positive way and convey necessary changes in organization. The public’s perception is now the most important factor to maintain by educational leaders. The integration of public relations and education provides a competitive market for those interested in public relations. As the world steadily becomes a global society, dealing with a variety of cultures in a positive and productive manner, public relations enhances the world’s continued perception of the United States as a world leader. The Bible gave the first example of Moses’s brother Aaron as the first public spokesperson working with Moses to free the Israelites from Egypt. Key words: public relations, education, global society, integration, communication
3COMPARATIVE CRITIQUE Comparative Critique of Seven ArticlesPublic relations focuses on the many aspects of how an organization conducts itself with all parties involved in an organization’s function. There is no difference in the field of education.The seven articles presented in this paper will compare the various aspects of public relations and how they compare in the field of education. From an international curriculum to the rise of digital intelligence, public relations still functions as a key element in the way an organization interacts with other organizations. Next, the impact that school communities have on the local organizations compares to the way that educators identify themselves and how the perception this discipline effects the community. Thirdly, the educators in the United States use public relations to enhance the value of a curriculum of a particular school. This paper will compare seven articles related to public relations in education by demonstrating how different organizations through public relations compare in the field of education, compare from an international perspective, show how the integration of public relations and education proves positive, and identify how public relations affects the apparent race that the United States continues against the rest of the world in order to maintain itself as a world leader.Comparing Public Relations through CurriculumPublic education remains under fire in the United States because in many ways the country’s expectations as a world leader are that the education system should be able to show that its children prove this through their performance on standardized tests and enrollment in advanced courses. Austin and Toth (2011) explore specifically several global public relations’