Intro to Communication and Information

Intro to Communication and Information - Facial...

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Facial expressions, Body movements (hand, foot, head, torso), Speech (voice, tone, accent), Fashion, hair, looks, Use of time, Anything meaningful Proxemics: The use of space (proximity- nearbyness), PHYSICAL SPACE COMMUNICATES: - conveys sense of power or status -Regulates interaction Territoriality (fences, dogs do it differently, mean girls dining hall) Personal space – portable territory bubble of personal space (only allow certain people within it) Personal Space and Interaction Types Public conversations: 12 feet or more Casual conversations: 1.5-4 feet Intimate conversations: 0-18 inch Haptics = the use of touch x Power: status, dominance x Solidarity: love, caring x Tie signs (Goffman) (walking hand in hand, engagement rings, wearing same clothes) Kinesics : the way you move your body in nonverbal communication Various body movements: eyes, hands, head, body, feet, etc BODY ORIENTATION: conveys whether someone is interested, listening etc. POSTURE
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2011 for the course SCI 101 taught by Professor Leon during the Fall '10 term at Rutgers.

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