Mr Quentin Langley
Telephone: +44 (0)29 208 74915
Location: Room 1.33, Bute Building
Quentin Langley left the school, Summer 2010
Quentin Langley is Editor of Brandjack News and a Director of PR PeopleBank Ltd. His areas of expertise include public relations theory; online public relations; public affairs; politics & new media; globalisation; US political campaigning; PR and media ethics.
Past research supervision has included:
- Communicating an international charity: a case study of Rotary International
- PR in the airline industry
- Communicating HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa
- PR in the arts: what the Beijing Opera can learn from the Royal Opera
- PR as a management discipline in South Korea
- The importance of evaluation – an appraisal of the British Canoe Union ‘rivers access for all’ campaign
- The privileged space of politics: participatory journalism and the Liberal Party of Canada
- New Labour and Spin: an update to the research
- A comparison of the public relations profession in Italy and in the UK
- PR in the Integrated Marketing Communications of one Chinese brand: the case analysis of M-Zone
- The NAW Factor: young people in Wales and engagement with the National Assembly
- Online Communities as a public relations and two-way communications tool
- Communicating Corporate Change: An examination of internal communications strategies during mergers and acquisitions.
- Communicating K-boat: a critical analysis of public relations’ ability to generate awareness and interest in k-boat’s unique products and services, within the new dynamic and fun sport of kite sailing
- Blogging as an election tool in Taiwan and the US: a comparison of Frank Hsieh and Barack Obama
Quentin has 20 years’ experience in PR practice working both in consultancy and clientside. He worked (with Mike Hogan) in the Global Media Relations Office of Shell International and went on to be Global Head of Public Relations for the Chartered Surveying practice Knight Frank.
Quentin is an elected member of Council in the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) and a former Chair of CIPR International. He serves on CIPR’s International Advisory Panel and its Education & Professional Standards Committee.