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UCLA Department of Communication Studies CS 113: Nonverbal Communication and Body Language Spring, 2008 Tuesday/Thursday 2:00 – 3:15; Haines A18 Instructor: Kerri L. Johnson Rolfe 2330 [email protected] Office Hours: Monday, 3:00 – 4:00 This course will examine how various forms of nonverbal communication convey meaningful information to perceivers. It will focus on both the production and perception of multiple communication formats (e.g., affect expression of the face and body, gesture, and kinematics), with a strong emphasis on body language. Readings will draw from a variety of related fields. Textbook : Manusov & Patterson. (2006) Sage Handbook of Nonverbal Communication. Sage Knapp & Hall. Course Requirements : 1. Exams Two preliminary exams will cover course material from both readings and lectures. Each will be worth 25% of your final grade. A comprehensive final exam will cover material from throughout the quarter, with an emphasis on material since Exam 2s. This will be worth 30% of your final grade.
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