Feminist trends, public discourses and organisational cultures

In this blog on CommsWomen, Dr Raluca Moise, a senior lecturer at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London writes about her research, which spans communication studies, with a focus on PR and strategic communication. Recent research interests My research expertise in organisational communication and, more broadly, in the analysis of contemporary…

CALL FOR CHAPTERS – Gender and Freelancing in the Communication Industries: Experiences, practices, discourses

In this blog, Dr Anca Anton (University of Bucharest, Romania) and Dr Raluca Moise (Arts University of London, UK) are publishing a call for chapters for their planned book. Scope This edited book is intended for the Women, Economics and the Labour Relations series, published by Emerald (editor-in-chief: Dr Martina Topić). The book will provide…

Back to the Future: Gender prejudices, the glass ceiling and work-life balance contradictions – what research tells us about the communications profession in Europe

A blog by Professor Dr Ralph Tench, Research Director of Leeds Business School (Leeds Beckett University, UK) on 18 years of findings from the European Communications Monitor respective of women in public relations and communications. We have been collecting data through the European Communication Monitor (ECM) for 18 years and it is disturbing to see…

Freelancers and Wellbeing in Comms Industries in Romania

Dr Anca Anton is a senior lecturer and the Erasmus academic coordinator at the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Sciences, University of Bucharest, Romania. In this blog, she writes about her research into communication industries, including wellbeing in Romanian comms industries and freelancers, and initiatives she is involved with. She can be contacted at…


This is a blog for the Comms women initiative, which will feature blog posts about anything related to comms women. The blogs will be written either by Martina, the initiative initiator and leader or by the contributors themselves. Blogs can be about research done by women who work in communications departments generally and individuals of…


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