Face Essays

What Makes a Good Anchor_

A recent visit with journalism students at Peters Township High School included a question from one you woman that got me thinking. She asked me a relatively simple question – what makes a good TV news anchor? The smart-aleck in me wanted to respond “please ask someone who is actually good at anchoring”. While it appears simple, but our job is a little tough to explain — especially for me having been on the job less than nine months. Even…

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Face Negotiation Theory

The Face Negotiation Theory is established by Stella Ting-Toomey, which discusses the way by which people with different cultures communicate and manage conflict. In 1985, Stella Ting Toomey explains in her theory that disagreements and conflicts are usually brought about by identity management on the individualistic and collectivistic levels. The different facets that characterizes the identity of an individual or group is referred to as “faces”. Faces serves as the public image of an individual or group, which the society…

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Chinese Face Reading

Picking up personality can be a very fun and adventurous process. Many cultural societies have many ways to do it and so many people to test; you’re never going to get the same results. One very interesting way of determining someone’s personality is Face Reading. This is a type of physiognomy that can show you your hidden personality, history, current situation, your future, even how well your health is. Face reading was developed from Ancient China by a man known…

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Comparison of Hmong and American Concepts of Face

Losing face and saving face is a distinct cultural trait of the Hmong, a refugee population that traces its history to different parts of Southeast Asia. The Hmong are a group-oriented people with traditional ways that put much significance in family ties, social hierarchy, and personal honor or “face. ” With these characteristics in their culture, it is inevitable that the Hmong come up against the culture of their adapted homeland of America – a culture that values individualism, and…

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The Process of Face Recognition

The process of face recognition, identification, and categorization is something that almost all people do in their everyday lives. Although it may seem like a simple task, it is still an essential process that not only do computers attempt to build technologies that target face recognition, but studies psychologically, in particular, also prove that this process is of an essential one. This paper will focus more on the cognitive processes that is involved in face recognition, identification and categorization particularly…

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Human Resources Profession Map (hrpm)

The Human Resources Profession Map (HRPM) was created to explain how HR adds value; it was designed by a collaboration of both specialist and generalists working in the UK and globally across private and public sectors. The HRPM was developed by the CIPD. The design of the HRPM is to be relevant and applicable to HR professionals operating anywhere in the world, all sectors and in organisations of any shape or size. It captures what skills are required for effective…

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The Face of the Terrorist

A faceless enemy. It has been eights years after the September 11 attack in the United States of America. Several people died and it was also the same time when the Unites States of America government contemplate on how the terrorists look like. Terrorists had been faceless for all we know and we do not even have any idea about them until Osama bin Laden was identified by Bush. The knowledge about terrorism and terrorists has been very limited but…

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