Impression Management In Action

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In everyday life, we face different situations and have different attitudes in both situations. One can be more formal, like having dinner with your extended family or meeting with your professor. The other is informal, which is being with your friends or taking a bus ride. In these aspects of our life, we may interact with different people and act completely different from each situation. You may even have a different status that you occupy while in each situation. Also in these settings, there are expressions that are given and given off. It all depends on the people you are with.

In the first setting, I will look at the informal setting, which would be when I go to gymnastics practice with friends. Everyday when I head over to the... View More »

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Whereas for the family dinner, there’s a long table for everyone to sit around to eat and be able to talk and hear what everyone has to say. As mentioned before, this dinner is more of a dressed up occasion. We dress nicely for the dinner since it is a night out. I think attitude wise, it’s pretty similar in both situations because you want to be yourself and have a great time. You don’t want to come off as mean or someone that can’t easily be approached.

The preparation for gymnastics practice, or the backstage region, usually happens within a couple hours ahead of practice time. During this time, it’s eating a snack, getting dressed and preparing the mind for what you’re going to work on at practice. I would set a goal for myself, which I have to try to complete during practice. Sometimes, I have off-days where nothing is working and I would need to go back and re-evaluate my tactics. In comparison to the family dinner, there really isn’t much to prepare for, but good conversation and great company for the evening. When it’s time deliver, in practice, it’s usually when we do our routines. Having everyone around you to support you and cheer you on helps in delivering. For the family dinner, being there in the atmosphere with everyone and the energy you give off is when the performance is happening.

In these settings, my expressions given off can change depending on the mood and what’s happening around me. In practice, I am usually smiling and happy to be in the gym with everyone. But when it comes time to do the actual skill, I am more focus and try to not let ...

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