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Public affairs

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Public affairs is a catch-all term that includes publicpolicy as well as public administration , both ofwhich are closely related to and draw upon the fields of politicalscience as well as economics .

Public policy discussions are generally and consciously partisan, and we assume that participants in public policy discussionhave a specific point of view which they seek to advance in the discussion.

Public affairs, on the other hand, generally claims to be non-partisan. It focuses on methods of public administration,illustrated by historical examples, recording outcomes.

Public affairs can be defined as "the management of institutional relations at a profit" (Jeremy Kane, co-founder of EPPA,pan-European public affairs advisers).

Social activism involvespopular action and commentary on public affairs.

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