Trump tries to evoke a sense of male dominance not just to men.docx

His hands behind his back but hes holding his hands

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his hands behind his back but he’s holding his hands closely towards his buttocks reveling that he was yearning to get through the press conference and holding himself from the podium showing he’s acting like he’s going to be attacked from it. Nixon throughout this press conference expresses defensive body language to protect himself from the aggressive press. Britney spears expresses open body language, but someone in her position gave her some kind of advice to behave defensively and concretively. Paras Hilton shows as though the was a “good girl” to expresses that she has learned her lesson and her calculated body language was her way of expressing she has learned her lesson to the press. Gorge W Bush was being playful trying to leave a press conference trying to go through a fake door and failed to do so and showed a playful expression trying to show he knows he made a mistake and leaves with that firmness. Richard Nixon and John F Kennedy showed to the public that they had to focus on their visual image and Nixon showed he was far less favorable because of his visual image. The whole presidential election is a game of image, and very often when someone would ask how they would favor in the public eye, they would pick the better body language in public. Hilary Clinton expressed softness showing she was the president’s wife; in this, she was hunched over showing she was frail. The transformation from the previous Hilary to today’s Hilary is like day and night because she was couched for this behavior, she shows that she thinks before she expresses and this would have required practice. Politicians now know they have to pay attention to nonverbal language rather than words themselves. A salesman in a dealership must have to poses friendly and firm body language in order to amplify what they want to ensure what he or she wants to accomplish which is selling that car to the customer. People buy not because of the product in some cases, people buy a car because the salesman has more of a perceivable and genuine body language.
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  • Spring '11
  • Krause
  • President of the United States, President Nixon, Hilary Clinton

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