Outline for Group Symposium- Jordan Haney

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Running Head: Outline for Group Symposium 1 Outline for Group Symposium Jordan Haney University of Kentucky Introduction:
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Outline for Group Symposium 2 In my opening I plan to open with a brief discussion of both the topics I will be discussing and how they can play off of one another. I will use some pictures along with discussion throughout my presentation to give a better understanding of my topics and to allow visual images to stick in everyone’s mind. Main Points: I plan to open discussing the appearance aspect of nonverbal communication for the majority of my part of the symposium. The main points that I will discuss will be how physical attractiveness plays into the nonverbal cues that are sent between people. I will discuss several examples that the book discusses about how the physical appearance plays roles in our everyday life. I will also uses picture in this section as a way to get people’s opinions on of people based on their physical attractiveness.
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