The Four Factors Of Reputation In The Dalai Lama

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Reputation can be defined as a kind of rough measurement of how much the community trusts someone Famous People are known to have their reputations precede them but the process of gaining that reputation is not as simple as some normal people could think. The opinion that people have about someone or something can be considered as a kind of measurement or evaluation for that person or famous and well known character or product or any other things. It also means the quality or character as judged or seen by people in general or persons in one society.

Tibet is a plateau region in Asia, It is located North-East of the Himalayas in Public Republic of China or what is called P.R.C.

According to the title written in our TMA, some writers say that Tibet’s complexities and competing histories have been flattened into a stereotype. The oversimplified image operates through adjectives, which establish chosen characteristics as if they were eternal truths. That can be done because Tibet is ‘isolated,’ Tibetans are ‘content,’ monks are ‘spiritual’. Tibetans are with sufficient repetition; these adjectives become innate qualities, immune from
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There were many factors which played the most effective role in his fame or reputation these factors can be summarized in four main factors. The first one of them is his religious background as a famous Tibetan Monk, the second factor is the environmental role he played to take care of the environment to put an end to environmental degradation. The third factor is the unlimited western support he gained from USA and Western countries against the cruel Chinese occupation to the Tibet plateau and region in Himalaya, but in my point of view the most important reason for his fame or reputation is getting the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989 for being nonviolent opposition to China's occupation of

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