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self-presentation

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  • I have been interviewed by "e" of A Blog without a Bicycle ( "riding the cyberwave of feminism"), for part of her MA project on feminist self-presentation in blogging.

    Politics

  • Ziad Adwan, with a doctorate in theater studies, uses drama to build confidence and self-presentation.

    Syrian Youth Unprepared For Market-Driven Economy

  • Ms. Broadwell and Mr. Loeb do a good job of capturing Gen. Petraeus's personality, which combines extreme competitiveness, a disarming sense of humor, a modest self-presentation and consideration for those around him.

    Measuring the Man in Charge

  • In the U.S. market, the frivolous 500 is so purely about self-presentation it's practically a prosthetic device.

    2012 Fiat 500C Cabrio Review

  • At least in the U.S. market, the frivolous 500 is so purely about self-presentation it's practically a prosthetic device.

    The Fiat 500C Can't Fail

  • He said he treats his self-presentation and doorbelling like a science.

    Mike Heavey: County Aide, Political Heir Seeks Open House Seat « PubliCola

  • As a reporter confronting degradation and atrocity, his forthright, unidealized self-presentation is alien to the school of writer-adventurers to which he belongs.

    Postmodernism

  • If you want to sum up the PUA method, it's simple: low status, nerdy guys can learn to be more successful with women (or at least a certain subset of women) by consciously modifying their self-presentation (physically and in their behaviour) to appear more like high-status men; the result of this "hacking" of supposedly hardwired structures in female sexual psychology, they claim, is that they become more attractive to women.

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Gord Sellar

  • A naturalism of “view” offers the illusion of an unmediated self-presentation.

    Ballardian » Edward Burtynsky: Oil – A Ballardian Interpretation

  • That is a paradox of Cameron's suave self-presentation of himself as the national leader, a liberal conservative, not so much Uncle David, let alone Stanley ( "Safety First") Baldwin, as Cousin Dave.

    Cautious party conferences for uncertain times

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