Dr Damian John Gleeson
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Public Relations; Crisis Communication
MPRIA, BA, M Com (Hons), PhD (UNSW), G Dip Prof Comm (USQ), Dip FHS (SAG)
Crisis Communication theory and case studies
Financial and Investor Public Relations
Development and professionalisation of public relations
Public Relations Education in Australia
Pioneer practitioners, egs: George Fitzpatrick, John Flower and Sir Asher Joel.
The Irish in Australia
Convenor: Session 1, 2013
* MDIA3008 Issues and Crisis Communication:
* ARTS4100: Research Methods and Writing Skills for Honours candidates.
Convenor: Session 2, 2013
Public Relations Practices (MDIA1003) - Core Course, First year, PR
Other Convening and lecturing experience:
* Business Ethics
* Corporate Communication Strategies
* Corporate and Interpersonal Communication
* Events Management
* Media Industry Contexts
* Public Relations Case Studies
* Public Relations Principles
* Strategic Public Relations
'Australian Public Relations Education'. Journal of Communication Management .
'John Flower: Pioneer Public Relations Pioneer'' 2014.
'Corporate and Investor Relations', in J.Johnston & M. Sheehan (eds), Public Relations: Theory and Practice, Fourth Edition, 2014 (forthcoming).
'The Free Thinker of Tipperary', Silvermines Historical Society Journal , 2014.
'Undergraduate students' perceptions of Public Relations - an Australian context', PRism, 9 (1), 2013.
‘George Fitzpatrick: Australia's Public Relations pioneer'. (2012, December)Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal13(2), 2-12.
'A new crisis type: management-induced crisis (MIC) and the 2011 Qantas lockout' (2012, July) Asia Pacific Public Relations Journal 13(1), 1-19.
'Revisiting the foundations of Public Relations Education in Australia', MSS. August 2012. Available on Public Relations Institute of Australia website.
Review of Sheehan, M. & Xavier, R. (Eds.) (2009). Public relations campaigns Melbourne: Oxford University Press, PRism. Vol. 6 No 3.
'Monsignor J. F. McCosker’s influence on Commonwealth Social Policy in the 1950s and 1960s' (2009). Paper to the Australian Catholic Historical Society Conference (NSW, Australia).
(With Heaney, JG) ‘Corporate Social Responsibility in Business Courses: How Can Generation Y Learn?’ in Academy of World Business, Marketing & Management Development Conference Proceedings
Volume 3 No. 1, 2008.
'Some New perspectives on Early Australian Social Work', Australian Social Work , Vol 61, No 3, September 2008, pp: 207-225.
‘The foundation and first decade of the National Catholic Welfare Committee’, Australasian Catholic Record Vol. 85, No 1, January 2008, pp: 15-36.
'Professional Social Workers and Welfare Bureaus: the origins of Australian Catholic Social Work,'Australasian Catholic Record', Vol. 77, No 2, April 2000.
'Community Relations: a tide of rising activism', AIPC News Australian Institute of Professional Communicators, October 1995, pp: 5-6.
‘PR sickness: the spin doctor’, Australian Financial Review, 1 September 1995, p. 32.
In 1986 Dr Gleeson was awarded the Aishling Society Prize (Australia) for a thesis that debunked myths of Irish Catholic convicts o the penal colony of NSW.
Dr Gleeson Erenach is a distinguished descendant of the O'Glissanes of Erinagh, Silvermines, Co Tipperary. He is also a member of other Irish Septs, including the O'Carolan of Cavan, South Ulster. His personal research interests include
pre-Famine Ireland, involuntary and voluntary migration patterns and processes, and the Sydney Irish in the 19th century.
Some conference papers and publications, include:
'James Hanly: Tipperary's ''Free Thinker''. Paper to the Silvermines Historical Society, Co Tipperary, January 2013.
'Using nicknames in Irish research' (2012), Descent , Vol. 42. Pt 3. September 2012.
'Some Aspects of the Sydney Irish, 1850-1900' (Australian Catholic Historical Society Lecture, April 2012).
'Using Parish Registers for Irish-Australian Research: the (O') Tooles of Wexford, Wicklow and Sydney', Descent , Vol. 41. Pt 3. September 2011.
''The O’Glissane Sept of Silvermines', Tipperary Historical Society Journal 2009 (Edition).
'Untangling some Ryans of Burrowa', Yass Historical Society Journal , 2007.
'Researching 19th century NSW Irish migrants through Church Registers', Descent , Vol. 11. Pt. 2, June 2001.
Irish Dusk Colonial Dawn 1999.
Carlon's Town: History of the Carolan/Carlon Sept and related Irish pioneer families in New South Wales 1998.
Carlon's Town: History of the Carolan/Carlon Sept and related Irish pioneer families in New South Wales 1983.