Class on Tuesdays from 9.30 to 12.30 in Room 2.5 NAC
Core for BA (Hons) Economics & Law Level 1
Elective for BSc (Hons) Political Science Level 2
We complete the class on Targets and Images (see notes above), then we move to Organisational Settings
We complete the class on Organisational Settings and do an MCQ in class.
No classes due to the Semaine de l’Étudiant. Have a nice week!
Please attend the Research Week presentations. I will be in LT1.
Also, please ensure you read lecture notes on Planning PR for next week. Teams should also be set up for the 1st presentation.
We discuss Planning PR and Press Relations. We also finalise teams for first presentation.
We carry on with oral presentations then discuss the notes on Press Relations. Please make sure you read the notes before coming to class.
Next lecture on Corporate Social Responsibility.
Please note that we may need to have a replacement class to catch up on missed classes. Kindly check your time-table and we will discuss in class.
Class on Corporate Social Responsibility.
1. Press Release – Peacekeeper Cosmetics to be completed and submitted by Friday 9th November. Please put your assignment in the box next to my office door at FSSH 2nd floor.
2. Mock Press Conference
All teams are requested to finalise their fictitious crisis episode and describe it in the comments section of this page for approval.
The mock press conference will take place on the last week of semester i.e. Tuesday 20th November. Please be in class at 9 a.m. as we will have to listen to 9 teams. We may finish later than usual. Order of presentation will be determined randomly so all teams must come in early.
Each team will have 15 minutes maximum for presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A
As explained, each team will be given collective marks over 10 for content. Each individual member will be marked over 10 for oral performance.
Also, the rest of the class is expected to participate in the question time and act as journalist. Up to 5 marks will be given to each student for asking pertinent questions.
Overall, students can earn up to 25 marks therefore for the whole exercise. And all students have to be prepared to stay throughout the class.
Continuous assessment marks
Special Session on Friday 10th May
To be confirmed upon approval of Dean