impression management

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impression management

the act of controlling or regulating information a person gives out in order to influence the impressions formed of them by others.
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Perhaps people in less-close relationships have more concern with their self-presentation during greetings because those relationships are not already firmly established and comfortable.
The Committee requested from the Regional Director, to have support from the regional member states in developing and implementing strategies and self-presentation methods for the treatment of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
Yet I believe that in addition to knowledge, self-presentation is very important in business.
Twenty-four students completed the 19-week course covering diverse areas, including communication skills, languages, management, art of self-presentation, domestic science, general culture, cuisine, protocol, child care, psychology and spiritual enrichment.
It explains how US society shifted its focus from virtue and honour towards mass consumerism and self-presentation.
Berger, "but when you write something, you have the time to construct and refine what you say, so it involves more self-presentation.
Chapter 4, however, focuses on the representation and self-presentation of women in a small number of television series and talk shows.
Thursday MPs decided that nominations will be made in the period November 22-30, with candidates making a self-presentation in front of the Legal Affairs Committe on December 12 at a sitting which will be broadcasted live on the Parliament's website.
Scholars are just beginning to examine the reach and influence of new media in enabling individuals and groups to carve out their identities through self-presentation and representation.
Poetic Craft' examines his poetic diction, metrics, genres, use of allegory and authorial self-presentation (which this reviewer found particularly interesting).
Narrativ teaches individuals and groups how to listen and tell stories for effective communication, confident self-presentation, powerful team building, and bold leadership.