The Use Of Online and Offline Communication In Public Information Campaigns: A Case Study of the Health Service Executive “Quit” Campaign
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Dr. Gearoid O'Suilleabhain
To understand the role of offline and online communication in public information campaigns, research of the Health Service Executive (HSE) “Quit” Campaign was conducted. Through document analysis of campaign materials and interviews, an in-depth examination of the campaign communication platform is presented. Discussion of these elements reveals the strengths of both communication tools in current public messaging. The research concludes with a set of recommendations for future public information campaigns and describes how this modem day campaign is an excellent model that other organisations can emulate.
O'Sullivan, Rachel, "The Use Of Online and Offline Communication In Public Information Campaigns: A Case Study of the Health Service Executive “Quit” Campaign" (2013). Theses [online].
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