Chapter 6 - c Verbal is discrete(start and stop nonverbal is continuous 4 Define kinesics and provide an example a 5 Define haptics and provide an

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Chapter 6 1. Define nonverbal communication a. all aspects of communication other that words themselves 2. List the similarities between verbal and nonverbal communication a. Symbolic-ambiguous, abstract, and arbitrary b. Guided by constituted and regulative rules c. Culture bound d. Intentional or unintentional 3. List the differences between verbal and nonverbal communication a. Nonverbal is considered more honest b. Nonverbal is multichanneled
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Unformatted text preview: c. Verbal is discrete (start and stop), nonverbal is continuous 4. Define kinesics and provide an example a. 5. Define haptics and provide an example a. 6. Define artifacts and provide an example a. 7. Define proxemics and provide an example a. 8. Define chronemics and provide an example a. 9. What is paralanguage? a. 10. What tips does the text provide to improve nonverbal communication? a....
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course COM 100 taught by Professor Huy during the Spring '08 term at Rhode Island.

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