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Abstract Abstract summarizes the entire paper  no more than one paragraph in length. Abstract is dense with information but also  brief, self contained, and non-evaluative . It follows the title page. 2
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Abstract It is typed, double spaced, as a block of no  more than 150-250 words (without indentation). Based on rules of the journal to which you would submit  your paper For our class no more than 175 words It begins with ‘Abstract’ typed at top center of  the page (not in bold) Written LAST  after paper is complete 3
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PR educators can play a significant role in advocating for the PR  profession among their faculty colleagues and students in other  disciplines, who may perpetuate negative stereotypes or incomplete  perceptions of the field. A strategic way to do this is to present the  teaching of public relations as consistent with—and in fact exemplary of —a liberal education. This paper compares the values of the public  relations profession and the hallmarks of public relations education to  the characteristics of liberal education, and then makes specific  recommendations for PR educators to advocate for the profession. 4
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course CAP 321 taught by Professor Professorwalz during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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