Using The Body Language Of Political Candidates Against them. Does this really happen? The nonverbal communication the news media presents us with tells you instantly that yes, they certainly do it.
For example, if the only photos presented of Candidate A on News Media Source B are of those with facial expressions and body language cues showing anger, hate, and negativity, obviously the odds are that particular news media source does not favor that particular candidate. The same can be said… READ MORE
They All Do It
The same can be said about News Media Source C showing only photos with positive body language and facial expressions of Candidate D. Why would they do this and be so unforgivingly blatant about it? The news media is supposed to be non-biased in any way toward any candidate no matter what that candidate’s views may be.
A great lesson in observation is to start paying closer attention to the images, videos, and videobites you see every day in the news and on social media. Especially Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.
Who Likes Who?
You can get a pretty good handle on who likes who, and who doesn’t like who, by simply taking a look at the photos people share of famous people. Especially when it comes to political candidates and politics in general.
Ever wonder who your boss is going to vote for? Take a look at the photos of the candidates they post on Twitter and what is said about them in the article. The article that the photo is in may seem mundane. However, if you take a few seconds for a closer look, the underlying message is probably there. Good or bad, if you pay attention you’ll see which media source favors which candidates.
Using The Body Language Of Political Candidates Against Them
Think about it for a little bit. Take a look around for the things we wen’t over in this post. Then look at the photos you see posted in non-political articles. Really take a good look at them. I think you’ll find it’s fairly easy to spot the haters as well as the lovers.
When you see the media doing this, does it seem a bit over the top to you? Let me know on Twitter.
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