Comm 103 - 8th lecture.docx

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I. Exam 1 A. Friday 28 October, 1500 B. Chapters 1, 2, 4, 11, 12, 13 & 14 C. 50 Multiple choice D. Study guides on blackboard large lecture E. Study modules due by Friday 28 October 1500 F. Scantron F-289 (small red, parscore) II. Chapter 5 - Communicating nonverbally (on final, not midterm) A. “What you do speaks so loud that I cannot hear what you say.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson B. Nonverbal Communication 1. Definition a) Behaviors and characteristics that convey meaning without the use of words b) All aspects of communication other than words c) Nonverbal communication behaviors accompany words d) Nonverbal communication behaviors convey meaning on their own C. 6 Characteristics of Nonverbal COmmunication 1. Present in most communication contexts a) email/text uses emojis 2. Often conveys more info than verbal communication 3. Usually believed over verbal communication 4. Primary means of expressing communication 5. Nonverbal communication metacommunicates a) Sime on your face tells friends that you are joking 6. Serves multiple functions a) Manages conversations, maintains relationships
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