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Encyclopedia > Spokesperson

A spokesperson (person could be replaced with the gender of the person), or spokesmodel is a person who speaks on behalf of others, but is understood not to be necessarily part of the others (e.g. hired to represent the others).


Spokesperson is a typical example of a non-sexist neologism that was invented to replace the conventional spokesman.


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Journalsit and Spokespersons Must Be Honest for Relationship to Work (1813 words)
This was the conclusion of a group of Romanian and American journalists and government spokespersons and former spokespersons after five days of discussions in May in Bucharest and Poiana Brasov.
The Americans met with approximately 40 government spokespersons and journalists in Bucharest and approximately 35 regional government spokespersons and journalists in Poiana Brasov.
The seminars covered the organization of the offices of government spokespersons and of newsrooms, the nature of the relationship between spokespersons and journalists, the legal basis for public access to records and meetings, and the ways in which journalists and spokespersons work in times of natural and political crises.
Hoopa Valley Tribal Code, Title 32 - Professional Ethics Code for Spokespersons and Attorneys (3178 words)
A solicitation shall not be made by or on behalf of an attorney, spokesperson, or law firm to a prospective client with whom the attorney, spokesperson, or law firm has no familial relation or prior professional relationship, unless the solicitation is protected from abridgement by the Hoopa Tribal Constitution.
A solicitation to a former or present client in the discharge of an attorney's, spokesperson's, or law firm's professional duties is not prohibited.
Such attorney or spokesperson shall recuse himself/ herself from the role of advocate from any such proceeding with respect to which he is disqualified.
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