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24 August 2005


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Jozef Imrich

Greetings Trevor

Worth Reading: Former Belo corporate communications veep Scott Baradell admires and respects journalists, but here's what bothers him about some of them: "Put simply, they think they are better -- that their jobs have a higher moral and ethical purpose than that of the lowly PR practitioner. The Case Against Morally Superior Journalists

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  • I have worked in politics, public policy and strategic communications for over 30 years. I was recently awarded a doctorate in Australian politics at the University of Sydney. My thesis was on the (changing) relationship between the ALP and unions. I have been blogging since November 2003 and over the past decade I have written many articles on politics, public relations and social media for newspapers, magazines and websites. I love literature particularly John McGahern and James Joyce. The header photo is of the Clarence River taken before dawn at Ulmarra in 2012.


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