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BSCOM 234 Week 3 Self-Assessment Communication Style

BSCOM 234 Week 3 Self-Assessment Communication Style

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Review "The Company You Keep and the Image You Project: Putting Your Best Face Forward in Online Social Networks" in this week's Electronic Reserve Readings.
Review your results from the What's My Face-to-Face Communication Style? self-assessment.
Interpret the scores of your peers on the Peer Perception Survey.
Analyze how others perceive you and how you perceive yourself to determine appropriate strategies for improving self-esteem and interpersonal perception by answering the following questions:
How do you feel that others formed perceptions of you?
Were others' perceptions surprising? Why?
What can you do to improve the accuracy of others' assessments to your own?
Combine your analysis with your score interpretations.
 
Write a personal letter to yourself where your name appears in the "Dear" line that contains your self-assessment. Only in-text citations and references need to be in the APA style. 
Cite using the APA style the "The Company You Keep and the Image You Project: Putting Your Best Face Forward in Online Social Networks" in this week's Electronic Reserve Readings.
Review the assignment rubric. 
 
Submit the assignment to the Assignment Files tab.


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