Verbal and Nonverbal Communication and Listening Skills Paper (1)

Verbal and Nonverbal Communication and Listening Skills Paper (1)

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Verbal and Nonverbal Communication and Listening Skills Paper Kurt R Mollenkopf SOC 110 November 2,2016 Professor Rowell
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People converse in many differ ways verbal and nonverbal ways. People primarily communicate verbally by expressing ideas, speaking options, expressing thoughts and or feelings. People communicate nonverbally by their facial expressions, vocal expressions and physical expressions. A person can also communicate nonverbally by eye contact, by making eye contact with other people who are showing them that they have your attention and you are listening to what they are saying or vice versa. Some physical expression can help a group or individual feel more at ease while speaking. Nonverbally I think I show more facial expressions than any other way discussed I’ve been told that people can tell how I am feeling just by the looks on my face. I think that eye contact is another nonverbal way I communicate. When speaking to other people I always make eye contact so that they know they have my full attention. I also sometimes nod when talking to people if I agree with them and what they are talking about. I think by doing that, the person I am speak with knows that I am on the same page as them.
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