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Unformatted text preview: VYSOKA SKOLA MANAZMENTU CityU niversity of Seattle Assumptions Analysis Pavol Burinsky BC 301 Larry Johnson October 21, 2009 How other people perceive me? Have you ever seen a video recording a picture of yourself, or perhaps even ought a glimpse of yourself going past a mirror and wondered who that person was? I think there are times that everyone seems themselves anew in such ways-- we are startled by some and fail to find the usual intimacy in our own faces and bodies. Maybe we realize we have somehow changed and just not really noticed something until that moment, and then it sort of jolts us. Do others view and perceive us only from outside look or do they divide us into the groups by being skinny, fat, catholic, muslim, European or such? For people that live in different country as myself is easier to see how others make assumptions about themselves. It is quite easy recognize a black sheep between the white ones. People like to classify foreigners and place them into the groups according to social views and their personal beliefs or feeling. My Slovakian friends here in the USA that I hang out with their personal beliefs or feeling....
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