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Unformatted text preview: CSD-September 17, 2009 Nonverbal Communication : The evolution of verbal codes from nonverbal communication Distinction between language and communication Nonlinguistic modes of communication: o Gestures, facial expression, sounds, personal space, dress/adornment Nonverbal communication and how it varies across cultures o Definitions and distinctions between verbal and nonverbal codes o Channels of nonverbal communication and how various cultures differ regarding their use o Nonverbal expectancy violation theory Objectives: To provide cross-cultural examples of: o Proxemics o Kinesics o Chronemics o Paralanguage (saying mmhmm) o Silence o Haptics (touch) Definitions: Messages without words Burgoon et al./ socially shared meaning , intentionally sent or perceived as intentional, consciously sent and received, potential for feedback Functions : Replacing spoken messages Sending uncomfortable messages Impression management Relationship regulation Regulating conversations...
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course CSD 315L taught by Professor Harris during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas.
- Fall '09