Persona

A persona (plural personae or personas), in the word`s everyday usage, is a social role or a character played by an actor. The word is derived from Latin, where it originally referred to a theatrical mask. The Latin word probably derived from the Etruscan word `phersu`, with the same meaning, and that from the Greek πρόσωπον (prosōpon)......
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Persona

(from the article `Bergman, Ingmar`) About this time, Bergman acquired a country home on the bleak island of Fårö; and the island provided a characteristic stage for the dramas of a ...
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persona

(pәr-so´nә) Jung's term for the personality mask or facade presented by a person to the outside world, as opposed to the anima, the inner being.
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persona

[n] - (Jungian psychology) a personal facade one presents to the world
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Persona

• (n.) Same as Person, n., 8.
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persona

image noun (Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world; `a public image is as fragile as Humpty Dumpty`
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Persona

[psychology] The persona, for Swiss psychologist Carl Jung, was the social face the individual presented to the world—`a kind of mask, designed on the one hand to make a definite impression upon others, and on the other to conceal the true nature of the individual`. ==Jung’s persona== ===Identification=== For the growing the development...
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Persona

[satellite] Vavilov State Optical Institute NPO Opteks | country = Russia | applications = Optical imaging | orbits = Sun-synchronous | operator = VKS (2008-2011) VKO (2011-) | lifetime = 3-5 years | derivedfrom = Yantar | derivatives = ==Satellite== The first satellite, identified as Kosmos 2441, was launched into a 750 km sun synchronous ...
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Persona

[user experience] In user-centered design and marketing, personas are fictional characters created to represent the different user types that might use a site, brand, or product in a similar way. Marketers may use personas together with market segmentation, where the qualitative personas are constructed to be representative of specific segm...
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Persona

Per·so'na noun ; plural Personæ . [ Latin ] (Biol.) Same as Person , noun , 8.
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persona

a personal facade that one presents to the world
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Persona

An external representation of oneself which might or might not accurately reflect one's inner self,
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persona

in literature, the person who is understood to be speaking (or thinking or writing) a particular work. The persona is almost invariably distinct from ... [1 related articles]
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Persona

In literature, the persona is the narrator, or the storyteller, of a literary work created by the author.
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persona

in psychology, the personality that an individual projects to others, as differentiated from the authentic self. The term, coined by Swiss ...
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persona

Latin, meaning: [medieval] one holding an honor, official, magnate.
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persona

Latin, meaning: actor's mask, part, role / character, personality.
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Persona

The Greek word for mask, the concept derives from the fact that actors in Greek theater wore masks (personae) that depicted the characters they were performing. In modern performance, persona designates a created character or character type that is closely associated with a particular performer; examples would be Chaplin's tramp or Marilyn Monroe's...
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persona

the speaker of a poem, a dramatic character distinguished from the poet, such as Robert Browning's 'Fra Lippo Lippi.'
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Persona

The speaker of a poem, a dramatic character distinguished from the poet, such as robert browning's '
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persona

Type: Term Pronunciation: per-sō′nă Definitions: 1. A term that embodies the totality of the individual, the total constellation of the physical, psychological, and behavioral attributes of each unique person; in jungian psychology, the idealized presentation to others of all that is acceptable in one's personality; a personality as...
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