I am afraid of flying… well I am VERY afraid of flying. I still travel but it’s a struggle. I do not fly within Iceland as I do not like to fly in small airplanes where you can feel every “bump”. I used to take anxiety pills before flying but nowadays I try to breath … Continue reading When studies hit home
I am at a point in my studies where I have to consider what my final dissertation should be about. When I did my undergrads it was fairly simple. I had the motivation of wanting to see if all the voices around me were right. Are PR practitioners unethical? What kind of ethical framework do … Continue reading Dissertation distress
“If I was a CEO I would never pay my PR practitioner less than my lawyer, I would pay him even more!” These words came from a friend of mine back in Iceland. She’s a law student, a mother and works as a team leader in a big production plant in Iceland. As many people … Continue reading What is the worth of a good reputation?
Oh, the controversy of Public Relations! I have 10 siblings, in that group I have two siblings with a university degree. I come from a line of hardworking working-class people. From generation to generation I believe the elderly always hoped the younger ones would be able to make a better life for themselves. Not merely … Continue reading Being a PR student in the shadow of the professions questionable reputation