Albert Adjei Anani-Bossman (Dr.)

Dr. Albert Adjei Anani-Bossman

Lecturer

Dr. Albert Adjei Anani-Bossman is a lecturer at the Ghana Institute of Journalism.

  • PhD (Public Relations)
  • MPhil (Communication Studies)
  • Post-Graduate Diplomat (Communication Studies)
  • BA (English & Linguistics).
  • University of South Africa (UNISA); University of Ghana
  • Associate Member – Institute of Public Relations (IPR Ghana)

N/A

  • Strategic Public Relations
  • Business Communication
  • CSR, Organisational Communication,
  • PR related courses such as Strategic PR, Case Studies in PR, and measurement & evaluation in PR
  • Communication Research Methods
  • IMC etc.
  1. Anani-Bossman, A & Bonsu, V.O. (2016). Relevance of public relations in building the corporate reputation of an organisation: An exploratory study of two manufacturing organisations in Ghana. Pentvars Business Journal, 10(5):92-103.
  2. Anani-Bossman, A. & Tella, F. (2017). The use of research by public relations practitioners: A study of selected organisations in Ghana. Communicare. 36(4): 55-74.
  3. Nyarko, J., Mensah, E.O., & Bossman A. (2019). Actions and reactions to the evacuation of Guantanamo Bay detainees to Ghana: A content analysis of Daily Graphic online reporting. Aussie-Sino Studies 5 (1): pp. 1-10
  4. Anani-Bossman, A., & Mudzanani, T.E. (2020). Towards a framework for public relations practice in the financial services sector of Ghana. Corporate Communication: An International Journal. DOI 10.1108/CCIJ-01-2020-0021
  5. Tella, F., Suraya, A., Bonsu, M.A., & Anani-Bossman, A.A. (2020). Crisis communication and Ghana’s financial sector. Covenant Journal of Communication (7(1):53-83.
  6. Anani-Bossman, A.A. (2020). Role of Public Relations in Corporate Reputation Management: A Study of PR Practitioners in Selected Multinational Organisations in Ghana. Corp Reputation Rev. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41299-020-00105-1
  7. Anani-Bossman, A. A. (2020). An exploration of strategic public relations management in Ghana. Public Relations Inquiryhttps://doi.org/10.1177/2046147X20979292