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Short Answer AssignmentName: Rachel Hale Date: June 19, 2019Answer the following four questions using 250 to 300 words for each response. Each question isworth 1.25 points and there is additional scoring for proper grammar and citations for a total of 7.5 points. You must use course material to support your work, with full APA citations, to earn the most points. You will score few to no points for not using course material. Be sure to include a reference list at the end. Finally, don’t forget to ensure you’ve covered ALL ELEMENTS of each question.1)Describe one of the following functions of nonverbal communication from Bevan and Sole (Section 4.2). oManaging your impressions and identitiesoManaging and interpreting your relationshipsoRegulating the flow of interactionsoEngaging in and detecting messages of emotion, influence, and deceptionManaging your impressions and identities forming first impressions of others based on how they look and their body language (Bevan & Sole, 2014). We generally form first impressions on someone within the first five minutes of meeting them based solely on their physical appearance. If someone is dressed sloppily, you may get the impression that they are a slob or are not concerned with their physical appearance; if they are dressed nice they might give the impression that they care more about their appearance. Someone’s body language can aid in forming an impression of them as well; whether they are happy to meet you, if they are interested in the conversation that is ongoing, or if they are trustworthy or not. If someone makes eye contact with you, you may get the impression that they are trustworthy; if they avoideye contact with you or they make eye contact but it feels unnatural or forced, you might get the impression they are untrustworthy or lying. If a person is fidgeting with something while talking to you or seems more interested in their cell phone than having a conversation, this could give the impression that they are bored or that they would rather be left alone. First impressions tend to be tricky at times and do not necessarily last after getting to know the person on a more personal level; a person could just be nervous about meeting someone new and give off a false impression upon meeting for the first time. It is important to not always baseyour feelings about someone from the first impression; an impression of someone is subject to change.Then, share an example that illustrates how this function is demonstrated in a hypothetical communication exchange. An example of managing your impressions and identities actually happened to be about

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