agentry

a·gent·ry

 (ā′jən-trē)
n. pl. a·gent·ries
The office or functions of an agent.

agentry

(ˈeɪdʒəntrɪ)
n
the duty or activity of an agent

a•gent•ry

(ˈeɪ dʒən tri)
n.
the profession, business, or activities of an agent.
[1920–25]
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Zaistenie servisnej podpory SW aplikci v IS PPA je nevyhnutn pre udranie akreditcie platobnej agentry, ktor zaistuje distribciu financnch prostriedkov v rmci spolocnej polnohospodrskej politiky E a nrodnch dotacnch titulov.
This information function is similar to Grunig and Hunt's (1984) press agentry and public information models, which emphasize the historical and necessary function of disseminating information to publics in public relations.
While press agentry is seen at the bottom of Grunig's (1984) model, and the most primitive form of PR in his view, for a large part of PR's recent history, working with the media as a press agent was an important part of a practitioner's role.
The Press Agentry Model (Model 1) and The Public Information Model (Model 2), relate to oneway communication from organisations to their publics and do not involve research for the development of messages (Mahoney, 2008).
Singer), though he was said by his detractors to be a sexist and an anti-Semite, though he was blind in one eye and tired quickly, he was coaxed by a friend into reading Fear of Flying, and he responded with a torrent of applause, enthusiasm, and unpaid agentry.
The inclusion of multilogical voices illustrates curricular inquiry "in an effort to showcase the dialectic between educators, their curricular approaches, and forces that seek to undermine agentry for democratic learning opportunities" (William-White, et al.
Both press agentry and public information are one-way models of public relations and also asymmetrical models.
To start with, from the four models conceptualized by Grunig and Hunt in 1984 (press agentry, public information, two-way asymmetrical, and two-way symmetrical), practitioners should adopt the two way models and, preferably, the symmetrical one.
En 1984, Grunig y Hunt plantearon el famoso modelo de Relaciones Publicas (Press Agentry /Publicity, Public Information, Two-way symmetric y Two-way symmetric) aseverando que en esa epoca el 50% de las companias fomentaban comunicaciones de una sola via (es decir el solo envio de informacion) hacia sus stakeholders, mientras que el 35% realizaba procesos de comunicacion de doble via.
In the early years of corporate identity management, the focus was mainly on the message and a campaign approach (Christensen, Firat and Simon Torp, 2008) mostly combining advertising, promotion and press agentry.
On the other hand, consider the present state of press agentry.
Grunig's (1984) original four public relations models including press agentry model, public information model, two-way asymmetrical model, and two-way symmetrical model, were used in these three countries.