Emine Kazan wrote a book about how public relations were handled in the Ottoman Empire and the Old Turks, as well as how the rulers and the ruled interacted with each other. "Public Relations in the Ancient Turks and the Ottoman Empire" a book that looks at the history of public relations from a different angle, took its place on the shelves. The book, which reinterprets history through the eyes of a public relations expert, draws attention to the contrast between today's public relations organizations with communication organizations in the Ottoman Empire and in the Old Turkish States. According to Emine Kazan, the goal of this book is to draw attention to the public communication channels utilized by the Old Turks, Seljuks, and Ottomans, which have not received the recognition they deserve in the history of communication. Yakamoz Publishing (Yakamoz Yayıncılık in Turkish) published the book, which contains examples of public relations techniques. Following the publication of its initial version in 2007, the book has been enlarged and updated in response to reader feedback and is waiting to meet with its readers.