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Nonverbal Communication Going beyond words
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Defining Nonverbal Communication Key issues to consider: 1 intent 2 awareness 3 meaning
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Defining Nonverbal Communication Nonverbal communication —any interaction in which a stimulus, other than words, creates meaning in the mind of a sender and receiver. Key Elements: 1 creation of meaning 2 ‘Other than words’ Alternate approaches are reviewed in the Readings text
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General Principles of NVC 3 Important factors to remember about nonverbal communication (NVC): 1. NVC is an essential part of determining meaning in comm contexts
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General Principles of NVC 2. NVC is typically undervalued
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General Principles of NVC 3. NV comm is inextricably linked with V comm – they function together
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3 General Sources of NV Stimuli Personal NV Stimuli —NV behaviors originating from a specific person Ex.—when a person winks, shrugs their shoulders, smiles, etc.
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3 General Sources of NV Stimuli Vocal NV Stimuli — qualities of the voice or vocal sounds separate from a verbal message Ex.— pitch, volume, tone of voice, rate of speech, etc.
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3 General Sources of NV Stimuli Environmental NV Stimuli —NV cues associated w/ the setting or w/ objects in the environment Ex.— Room set-up or state, particular objects(e.g.
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