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Journal of public relations research  (1062-726X)

      
from 01/01/1989 to 18 months ago in Communications and Mass Media Complete

Public relations journal  (0033-3670)

      
from 01/01/1989 to 08/31/1995 in Business Insights: Essentials

Public relations news  (0033-3697)

      
from 06/01/1998 to present in Business Insights: Essentials

 

Public relations quarterly  (0033-3700)

      
from 03/01/1965 to 12/31/2007 in Communications and Mass Media Complete

 

Public relations tactics  (1080-6792)

      
from 07/01/1994 to present in Business Source Complete

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