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Running Head: Communication & Listening University of Phoenix April 25, 2016 Shakeya Austin SOC 110 Week Four
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Running Head: Communication & Listening Communication and Listening How do people communicate? How do they listen? These are some of the questions that I will answer. I will also provide examples of verbal and nonverbal communication as well as explain how knowledge of nonverbal communication can help when communicating with others. I will also analyze my personal results for the Student Listening Inventory and explain what I do well and where I can improve. How Do People Communicate Communication takes place when two or more people interact with one another. People communicate by using both verbal and nonverbal communication and listening to both verbal and nonverbal communication. Some examples of verbal communication are face to face meetings, faxes, emails, and virtual meetings. Some examples of nonverbal communication are tone of voice, physical appearance, and eye contact. Nonverbal cues often give meaning and further insight to verbal communication.
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