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Impression management refers to behaviors used by individuals to control the impressions they make on audiences.
      
North American and West European academics are accepting offers to speak or teach about business ethics to audiences in countries with transitional economies.
      
While most discussions of advertising ethics deal with deception or fraud, the proposed framework is based on the way messages are presented to audiences.
      
We discuss the external communication of these statements, including the avenues that are now used for promotion and their intended audiences.
      
And for humanity they are so much the expression of an idealistic Weltanschauungthat they are quoted wherever educators and statesmen try to imbue their audiences with the vision of, and the hope for, a better world.
      
For a decade or so, Liszt thrilled and astounded audiences at a time when virtuosity (often as an end in itself) was the norm and the piano had rapidly evolved into a form recognisable as a close relative of the instrument we know today.
      
Virtual Speakers, Virtual Audiences: Agency, Audience
      
Chat room audiences were then discussed within the framework of delineating different levels of virtual audiences and outlining processes by which these different levels interact.
      
Data are often collected and results presented in scholarly publications, and data are not fully utilized or are not presented in useful format to lay audiences.
      
This paper documents the process of preparing the Estuaries Report, emphasizing the lessons learned in merging information from a wide-variety of sources and in reporting the results to multiple audiences.
      
Further, the model results can be displayed visually, which allows results to be presented to a wide variety of audiences easily.
      
Incorporation of decision‐makers into all stages of development and use of IAMs is re‐emphasized as one safeguard against misunderstanding or misrepresentation of IAM results by lay audiences.
      
The flexibility and diversity of IEAs are demonstrated by a sampler of frameworks that have been developed to address profoundly different problems and audiences.
      
Bensaude-Vincent, eds: Communicating Chemistry: Textbooks and their Audiences, 1789-1929
      
In many publications for general audiences, he stated the opinion that this scientific research had great philosophical importance.
      
Despite their amateur status, they were often very professional in their approach to cinematography and they produced material for a range of domestic and public audiences on varied topics and in different genres.
      
Comparing the 1837-1839 period to his entire career as a theorist suggests that it was Darwin's practice to present himself and his work only before the most select scientific audiences, and then in accordance with their expectations.
      
The relationship of science journalism to professionalization, and the constructive engagement of X Club publicists with their empowering audiences, are discussed.
      
Television and its audiences as dimensions of being: Critical theory and phenomenology
      
The evolutionary psychologists' appeal to James is, therefore, unwarranted and, given the conditions relevant to the public and professional audiences they address, also ineffective as a rhetorical tool for enlisting new recruits.
      
 

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