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ASSESSMENT 1: FOLIO B BUSINESS COMMUNICATION FOR MANAGERS SUBMITTED BY: PRATISHTHA SHARMA STUDENT ID: 214501313 1
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TABLE OF CONTENT: S.NO. TOPIC PAGE NO. 1 Part 1 - Identity 1: Personal Imagery 3-8 1.1 Introduction 4 1.2 First image and feedback 4 1.3 Second image and feedback 5 1.4 Third image and feedback 6 1.5 Fourth image and feedback 7 1.6 Reflection on the feedback 8 2 Folio B, Part 2 - Identity 2: Self Imagery of Self and Career Identity – Mood Board, Feedback and Reflection. 9-11 2.1 Mood Board 9 2.2 Feedback and reflection on feedback 10 2
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ASSIGNMENT 1: FOLIO B: IMAGES OF SELF AND CAREER Folio B, Part 1 - Identity 1: Personal Imagery SELF SYMBOLISM 3
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Personal image is nothing but a conceptual portrait of us, which is quite disposed to change over time with experiences of life. We build a personal image not only by what we think of ourselves but also by what others think of us. This is just a simple psychology that every human being seeks recognition in some form or the other. Even a little child tries and does something which focuses attention towards him. “We construct ourselves for the image and through the image,” notes Slater (1995). Our relationship to our photographic image becomes a reflection of consumerist ideology, whereby we turn to commodities in structuring our identity. It has been argued that by the logic of consumerism, self-presentation rather than self-representation should play the largest role in identity formation (Slater, 1995). 1. Me: Smart, Well dressed and happy. Statement: Just a random click in the classroom. 2. 1 st friend: Cute, adorable and kissable. Statement: The shirt in the picture complements you in the best way. 3. 2 nd friend: Casual, funky and effortless. Statement: It looks like a very easy and comfortable picture, something like at the spur of the moment. 4. 3 rd friend: Good smile, geek and studious. Statement: Did the class just got over? 5. Unknown person: Charming, sincere and confident. Statement: Quick picture in the class room. 4
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1. Me: Confident, happy and bright. Statement: Posing for the camera. 2. 1 st friend: Happy, sweet and photogenic. Statement: Confident in front of the camera. 3. 2 nd friend: Beautiful smile, great poise and natural. Statement: Simplicity at its best.
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