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Turkish Review of Communication Studies     Open Access  
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Published by Marmara University Homepage  [6 journals]
  • Sustainable Consumption, Anti-Consumerism Trends and Ikea Buy Back Friday
           Movement

    • Authors: Zeynep GENEL
      Abstract: Anti-consumerism movements have gained momentum with the spread of digital communication and have become popular with the influence of both international authorities, state governments, and communities. These trends can also inspire brands to create communication strategies that can achieve their sustainable consumption goals. Based on this, the paper adresses the marketing and communication mission for community engagement under the title of sustainable production and consumption goal through searching secondary resources and observing by grounding the IKEA Buy Back Friday movement on Sarkar and Kotler’s Brand Activism phases. The most vital insight of the study is that consumer trends inspire IKEA, to create both an awareness and a stimulating effect on the sustainable consumption-based lifestyle in its target audiences with its Buy Back Friday campaign. According to findings, IKEA applied regressive brand position by confesting Black Friday and call its target audiences for buy for our planet. Thereforei the brand has appelled its audiences attention to excessive consumption and made them rethink about a sustainable tomorrow. By 47.000 repaired and resaled furniture pieces, it is seen that Buy Back Friday initiative also triggered consumers to act for sustainable consumption during the initative period.The paper aims to contribute to the field by providing a different perspective on the field of brand activism.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The Use of Sustainability Practices in Social Media Communication: An
           Evaluation Specific to the Banking Sector

    • Authors: Duygu KOTAN TÜRKDEN; Yeliz KUŞAY
      Abstract: Social, economic and environmental management understanding of institutions necessitates the need to carry existing values to the future. One of the most important factors that will make this need sustainable is stakeholder relations or target audience communication in a communicative sense. In recent years, with the more frequent discussion of issues such as communication strategies, changing social structure, limited resources, environmental problems, social inequality, which institutions carry out due to their social responsibility understanding, many institutions choose only one area and raise awareness of the society in this area, draw attention to any social issue, raise awareness. Beyond the concept of corporate social responsibility designed with a focus on it, it necessitates the restructuring of institutions starting from their own business processes. In this context, the understanding of sustainability ensures integrity by transferring an integrated structure to the communication process and tries to carry the institutions to the future.In this study, it is aimed to examine how the banking sector in Turkey uses the “Sustainability Principles” included in the Sustainability reports in the target audience communication. The use of social media is becoming increasingly important in terms of stakeholder participation and support in the understanding of sustainable public relations. According to Hootsuite ve We Are Social 2021 Dijital Turkey reports, YouTube is the most used social media platform in Turkey in 2021. From this point of view, in this study, a case study will be made by examining the 2021 YouTube contents of Akbank, which is the first Turkish deposit bank to publish its sustainability report in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Principles. As a result of the research, it was seen that the bank included projects on the principles included in the sustainability reports in their YouTube content, but the fact that the account was closed to comments was interpreted as a limiting factor for target audence participation.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The role of education in sustainability: A Research on Public Relations
           Undergraduate Programs in Turkey

    • Authors: Emine ŞARDAGI
      Abstract: Sustainability has become one of the important concepts both in practice and academic fields. For this reason, there is a need for qualified personnel with the knowledge and skills to carry out these applications. The field of public relations and communication is one of the fields that play an important role in the spread of sustainability. The aim of this study is to reveal the general structure of the sustainability phenomenon in undergraduate programs providing public relations education in Turkey. For this purpose, the curricula of 70 universities providing public relations education in Turkey were examined. Descriptive research design method was used in the study. The educational contents of the examined universities were evaluated under the headings determined by the content analysis method. It has been determined that only 12 of the public relations programs in Turkey have sustainability-oriented courses in their curriculum. One of these programs is in a state university and 11 of them are in foundation universities. Sustainability courses are offered as electives in the 2nd and 4th grades in all 12 programs.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Corporate Political Activism and Reputation Risks: The Starbucks Case Via
           Media Exposures

    • Authors: Bayram Bilge SAĞLAM; Egemen ERTÜRK
      Abstract: Corporate political activism (CPA) could be defined as a business’ stance towards political issues which are of particular interest to a part or majority of the public, and actions they take in this context. When compared with ordinary corporate social responsibility activities, CPA activities, due to the subjects focused, pose risk of reputation loss for businesses that implement them. The reformed business-community dynamics that were shaped by the changing consumer expectations and increasing impact of businesses, forces said businesses to conduct a more thorough decision making process. In this research that handles the Starbucks Race Together campaign, which is originated from the racial unrest in the United States of America and resulted in corporate reputation loss, it is aimed to thoroughly investigate the reasons behind said reputation loss. The findings that were acquired through media exposures show that “lack of sincerity of the campaign”, “business-cause incompatibility and problems regarding the applicability of the campaign”, and “aim-application incompatibility of the campaign” play a crucial role in the reputation loss of a business. Despite the risks it brings about regarding reputation, it is not possible to deem CPA activities as utterly harmful or useless. The findings from the Starbucks Race Together campaign provide essential implications for businesses that would like to participate in advocacy of social problems.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Sustainable Leadership Practices in Public Relations: A Study on TED
           Leadership Talks

    • Authors: Simge ÜNLÜ; Lütfiye YAŞAR, Erdal BİLİCİ
      Abstract: TED is a conference where leaders with different interests share their experiences. That conferences are held several times a year. Leaders contribute to their leadership skills by exchanging information at these conferences. In this research it is aimed to examine TED’s talks according to public relations leadership models within the framework of the concept of sustainable leadership. The research is essential in terms of revealing the leadership models and sustainable leadership roles in leadership speeches. In this context, the research sample consists of three speeches that received the most attention. Content and discourse analysis were used together as a research method. TED’s leadership speech content was first classified by the content analysis method in version 20.2.2 of the Maxqda program. Then, the obtained categories were also analyzed by the discourse analysis method. In this context, charismatic leadership, visionary leadership, and success-based leadership models were mentioned in leadership speeches. Leaders’ ability to change the world, being strong, reliable/transparent, and being open to learning were highlighted in the speech content. It has been seen that leadership roles and perceptions shape macro discourse in TED’s leadership speeches. In this context, it has been determined that the macro discourses mentioned are formed through the role of the leader to unite his followers around a belief or purpose, to foresee change, to provide consultancy, to create innovation, and to manage the masses. While micro-discourse was shaped around everyday language, establishing causality and reference connections in speech rhetoric drew attention.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Sustainability in the Age of Pandemic: A Study on Proactive Crisis
           Communication in Social Media by Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture
           and Tourism

    • Authors: Başak SOLMAZ; Bahar URHAN, Havva Nur TARAKCI, Doğan Can GAZAZ
      Abstract: The tourism sector has an important role in the development and continuity of a country’s environmentalactivities. For this reason, its effectiveness should be maintained in situations that may adversely affect thesector, such as natural disasters or epidemics. The main purpose of the study is to examine the proactivecrisis communication efforts of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism on Twitter from the perspective ofsustainability during the coronavirus pandemic period. In this context, 1626 posts were shared by theMinistry of Culture and Tourism on the official Twitter account named “@TCKulturTurizm” in 20 months,and a total of 11 thousand 293 comments on these posts were divided into four periods and analyzed bydata mining technique; R Programming Language and libraries were used in the process of collecting,recording, processing, analyzing and visualizing data. The posts within the scope of the research andthe comments on these posts were interpreted from the perspective of proactive crisis management andsustainability. During the coronavirus period, the interaction (like reply and re-sharing (RT) averages) onthe Twitter posts of the ministry increased periodically. Although the comments on the Twitter posts ofthe Ministry show the efforts of people to convey their victimhood caused by the pandemic, related postswere not found sufficient in terms of sustainability-oriented content within the scope of proactive crisiscommunication. During the pandemic process, stakeholders need to be informed accurately with datafrom reliable tourism-related sources, and they should be protected from receiving false information, fakenews, or exaggerated reports that may cause fear. For this reason, it is recommended that the ministryshould base proactive communication and sustainability on the use of social media.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Goals and Practices in Corporate Sustainability Communication:
           Doğuş Otomotiv Case

    • Authors: Omer VATANARTIRAN
      Abstract: The concept of sustainability was introduced in 1987 by the United Nations Brundtland Commission,at a time when global society was experiencing various political, economic and social conflicts. Statesdeveloped legal measures for a more sustainable life and placed the topic at the core of their politicalagendas. They were followed shortly by non-governmental organizations, municipalities, companies andthe media, who started developing strategies for economic growth that also integrated a sustainable naturalenvironment and society. Although sustainability practices in the business world sometimes remainedsuperficial for some companies and did not go beyond an effort to adapt to business trends, the proportionof corporations that take genuine action for real social change has gradually increased and this has led tothe development of norms in the private sphere. In Turkey, more and more companies have redesignedtheir communication strategies in light of the growing awareness around sustainability and the relatedsocial expectations. In this process, it became important to understand the way in which leading companiesexperienced this transformation and to what extent they combined sustainability practices with the valuesof their stakeholders. With this purpose in mind, this study focuses on Doğuş Otomotiv’s sustainabilityvalues and the communication strategies they implement to spread them. Content analysis was con1ductedon sustainability reports and websites from a qualitative perspective, and an in-depth interview was heldwith a senior Corporate Communications manager. Accordingly, it has been concluded that sustainabilityis defined as a participatory, flexible, open communication-based concept among all stakeholders, as wellas a dynamic and broad concept inherent in corporate ethics and company culture. It also appears that sustainability communication takes a different form in different channels depending on the stakeholderprofile, and that in this sense, new media presents both opportunities and challenges.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • The Role of Social Media in the Transition from a Sustainable Environment
           to Decent Work: The Case of Street Collectors in Turkey

    • Authors: Safure CANTÜRK
      Abstract: Recycling practices, which are an indispensable part of the sustainable development model in developingcountries within the scope of combating climate change, brought the issue of waste collection and streetcollection to the agenda. In developing countries like Turkey, where source separation is impossible, streetcollection has become a vital participant in the recycling market. This research examines the impacts of theeconomic worth of recyclable wastes on the social status of street collectors and their transfer to a decentwork environment, as well as the function of the media in this transition. After reviewing the literatureand legislation, this article applies content analysis on the relevant social media posts between the dateof October 3, 2021, when the local governments in Istanbul made a police raid on street collectors, andOctober 30, 2021, when the street collectors issue was on the agenda. As a consequence of the increasedsocial and environmental awareness caused by climate change on a global scale, the legislative arrangementsmade at the national level have enabled the waste to gain economic value. The organized street collectors’defence of their rights and public announcement of their grievances through their representatives underthe pressure of local governments had a societal impact on social media and entered into politicians’ andgovernment’s agendas. Accordingly, in the past, perceptions of street collectors as “dirty”, “criminal”, and“poor” all of which were directly related with poverty in society, have been replaced by perceptions of“environmental protection”, “worker who earns their bread” and “zero waste stakeholder”. The analysisshows that 79% of Twitter user shares support street collectors and view the police raid negatively. On theother hand, only 2% of the users see the police raid as necessary for “maintaining public order”. As a result,sustainable environmental policies carried out within the scope of combating climate change have improved the economic situation of street collectors, positively affecting their organization and the improvement ofdecent work environments. These developments have affected street collectors to increase their visibility inthe media and change their social perceptions positively.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Analysis of Authentic Brand Activism Activities on Twitter from a Public
           Relations Perspective: The Case of Ben&Jerry’s and Patagonia

    • Authors: Aysel ÇETİNKAYA; Zeynep DONDURUCU
      Abstract: Consumers’ expectation of brands to be sensitive to social problems and their solutions has led some brandsto take part in activist movements in line with their corporate culture, field of activity and managementapproach. This activist strategy, which is described as brand activism, while is at the point of voicing andsolving social issues; intersecting with sustainability, it has turned into one of the new fields of activity ofthe discipline of public relations. In this context, the main purpose of the study is to analyze the activistposts of Ben&Jerry’s and Patagonia brands on social media in the United States, where brand activismactivities are intense; determine the strategies and types of brand activism they implement. In this regard,the substance of activist content in the Twitter accounts of the relevant brands between 01 January 2021 and31 October 2021 was analyzed by qualitative and quantitative content analysis method in the context of thequality of their messages, message approach, source, interaction level, mobilization and public strategiesused. As a result of the research, both brands exhibited a progressive attitude; It has been determined thatthey engaged in brand activism activities on Twitter; Ben&Jerry’s social activism on different issues; It hasbeen also determined that Patagonia carries out environmental activism activities. In addition, in line withactivist values and strategies; It has been determined that both brands carry out different digital activismactivities on Twitter such as an online signature campaign and a call to action, they create links to theirown pages and the pages of various social movement organizations in order to create interaction, and theyeffectively use traditional public relations strategies such as public disclosure.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Reward Mechanisms in COVID-19 Tracking Apps and Its Impact on the
           

    • Authors: Lutz PESCHKE; Seldağ GÜNEŞ PESCHKE, Yasemin GÜMÜŞ AĞCA, Seyedehshahrzad SEYFAFJEHİ, Irmak DÜNDAR, Yasin AYDOĞDU
      Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic is the first pandemic after smartphones penetrated society globally. Consequently,there are not sufficient experiences and understanding of how to engage citizens in information andscientific processes that create public awareness and responsibilities according to scientific needs. Foreffective measures aiming to sustain the pandemic crisis, an efficient collaboration of academia, economy,culture-based, and media-based public and politics is crucial. With help of the Mobile Application RatingScale (MARS) approach for assessment, COVID-19 tracking apps (CTAs) of different countries are analysedwith help of a qualitative content analysis according to their reward mechanisms. The analysis includes correlation different rewards to voluntary participation. The MARS approach consists of engagement,functionality aesthetics and information quality. The protection of voluntariness is understood as thefundamental need for the ethical use of CTAs. Accordingly, patterns of voluntariness are examined inthe context of legal, ethical privacy and security policies of selected CTAs. In this context, this paper willprovide categories and criteria for CTA usage and its impact on citizen engagement in the Quintuple Helixcollaboration process aiming to get insights into features and functionalities needed in CTAs and increasedvoluntary use of the public.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Municipalities and Sustainability Practices in the Context of Governmental
           Public Relations: A Study on Metropolitan Municipalities in Turkey

    • Authors: Hatun BOZTEPE TAŞKIRAN
      Abstract: Governmental public relations includes public relations strategy and practices put forward by central and local governmental institutions. Public relations practices are essential for public institutions which are established with public capital and which aims to reveal the public interest through public service provision so as to achieve the goals successfully and to fulfill their institutional missions. In recent years, sustainability, which has been on the radar of the international organizations, governments, non-governmental organizations, private sector organizations and society, attracts interest as an issue needs to be managed in the context of governmental public relations. Sustainability, which private sector organizations attach importance in the context of responsibility, is also important in terms of public relations since it has got connections with a number of objectives public policy and applications. In this study, sustainability has been discussed in the context of governmental public relations. Sustainability practices of metropolitan municipalities in Turkey have been examined by conducting content analysis on corporate web sites. The content analysis has been implemented on the basis of sustainability development goals set by the United Nations Development Program. The findings obtained from the research have indicated that municipalities carry out activities for sustainability purposes. It has been detected that the sustainability practices mostly focus on ending hunger, ending poverty, improving health, qualified living, and quality education.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
  • Sustainability Communication and the Concept of Sustainability: An
           Analysis in the Case of the Turkish Bank Sector Website and Sustainability
           Reports

    • Authors: Kenan DEMİRCİ
      Abstract: The concept of sustainability focuses on specific solutions to environmental, social, and economicproblems, similar to corporate social responsibility (CSR). However, the concept of sustainability can be described as an expanded version of CSR in many respects. Basic meanings of sustainability can indicatethat companies must redefine their relationships with all activities and society to promote sustainabledevelopment. This broad meaning of sustainability requires effective use of communication opportunitiesin social life. Successfully communicating across many arenas will certainly lay the foundations for morea thoroughly sustainable process. For this reason, sustainability communication should be considered animportant concept. This study aimed to analyse the way that the concept of sustainability is included inwebsites and sustainability reports, which are two important tools of sustainability communication. In thiscontext, the websites and sustainability reports of five private and public banks operating in Turkey wereanalysed through a qualitative analysis within the scope of the case study technique. As a result, it wasrevealed that banks have taken important steps in defining the concept of sustainability and making effortsregarding this concept, but the banks are somewhat inadequate in developing tools that will include socialdynamics in the process.
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
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    • Authors: Ebru ÖZGEN
      PubDate: Fri, 29 Apr 2022 00:00:00 +030
       
 
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