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It is one thing to present oneself as a champion of equality, but quite another to do so with hypocrisy and blatant vested interest.
It all depends on how one wants to present oneself.
As the available explorative research on using a SNS for career purposes also indicates, using the possibilities to present oneself online seems to involve two different online career skills: introducing oneself by writing a self-descriptive text about one's talents, interests and career ambitions (Benson et al.
He stressed upon the need to present oneself for accountability.
Globalisation and connectivity have also seen the rise of a new spirit, a wish to present oneself to the world through one's culture," Bukova said.
To get a life certificate the pensioner is required to either personally present oneself before the Pension Disbursing Agency or have the Life Certificate issued by the department/authority where they served earlier and have it delivered to the disbursing agency.
There were passports and documentation in the eighteenth century; but in Ancien Regime society "la linea entre lo posible y lo imposible estaba aun por trazar" (20), and the success of an emulation very much depended on the ability to present oneself as meeting conditions for plausibility (20-21).
In the words of early 20th century Italian political theorist Antonio Gramsci, the key may be to embody "pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will" - that is, to present oneself as an idealistic realist (as Hillary has) or to balance calls for change or even revolution (per Bernie Sanders) with sober acknowledgment of our nation's problems.
The biggest loss is not having a new way to present oneself.
Canaday grants practical advice in how to present oneself as a valuable employee and break through the stalling of one's career.
Test preparation, tips and tricks, essay advice, and guides on how to best present oneself to a private school are all a part of this preparation course.
This may represent a "new normal" in which Americans are adjusting to a less robust economy, or a more basic element of human psychology that manifests itself in a need to present oneself as frugal.