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Unformatted text preview: COMM107 Oral Communication: Principles and Practice
Steven D. Cohen Nonverbal Communication Three key characteristics: Sensitive to the relationship between sender and receiver Have meaning based on their context Part of, not separate from, verbal communication Sources Neurological Cultural Emotional Verbal and Nonverbal Relationships Substituting Complementing Conflicting Accenting Channels of Nonverbal Communication Kinesics Facsics Ocalics Gestics Haptics Channels of Nonverbal Communication Kinesics Facsics Ocalics Gestics Haptics Body synchrony Artifactics Physical characteristics Channels of Nonverbal Communication Kinesics Proxemics Contact vs. noncontact cultures Space distances Smallgroup ecology Channels of Nonverbal Communication Kinesics Proxemics Paravocalics Chronemics Circular versus linear time Technical time, formal time, and informal time Varies from culture to culture Channels of Nonverbal Communication Kinesics Proxemics Paravocalics Chronemics Olfactics Aesthetics Gustorics Video Example
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2012 for the course COMM 107 taught by Professor Gardner during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.
- Spring '08
- Nonverbal Communication