Applying Broom's Role Scales to Thai Public Relations Practitioners
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This ankle used Broom's role scales to examine roles behaviors of Thai public relations practitioners to see if they perceive their roles similarly to their American counterparts. Four factors and one isolate emerged from the factor analysis: manager, communication liaison, media relation specialist, graphic technician, and editor.
Overall, Broom's role scales appear to have a cross-cultural application, at least with the Thai sample. The manager and communication liaison factors found in this study were consistent with the findings in a series of role studies conducted by Broom and Dozier.
Ekachai, Daradirek, "Applying Broom's Role Scales to Thai Public Relations Practitioners" (1995). College of Communication Faculty Research and Publications. 156.
Public Relations Review, Vol. 21, No. 4 (Winter 1995): 325-336. DOI.
Daradirek Ekachai was affiliated with the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale at the time of publication.