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Communication Class - Gestures – Kinesics • Some types of gestures – Yes-no signals – Emblems – Tie signs – Baton signals The Body –

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Communication 101 Fall 2011 Class 12
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Nonverbal Communication Nonverbal messages = information beyond spoken words Nonverbal communication
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Nonverbal communication, like verbal communication (language), is rule-governed.
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Nonverbal channels Paralanguage Face Body Space and time
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Paralanguage
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The Face Facial expressions
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Paul Ekman: Facial expressions are universal among all humans.
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The Face – cont. Eye contact
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The Body Appearance Physique somatype
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The Body – cont. . Dress and adornment
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The Body – cont.
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Unformatted text preview: Gestures – Kinesics • Some types of gestures – Yes-no signals – Emblems – Tie signs – Baton signals The Body – cont. Touch – Haptics • What message does touch convey? Space and Time Space – Proxemics • What does personal space communicate? Proxemic Zones (Edward Hall) Time – Chronemics • Timing – Micro-conversational level – Macro-conversational level • Timeliness What’s between verbal and nonverbal communication?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2011 for the course COMM 101 taught by Professor Lieberman during the Fall '07 term at Rutgers.

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Communication Class - Gestures – Kinesics • Some types of gestures – Yes-no signals – Emblems – Tie signs – Baton signals The Body –

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