1. How does nonverbal communication express cultural values?
Like verbal communication, nonverbal patterns reflect rules of specific cultures (Wood Pg.94).
Nonverbal communication basically refers to body language. I think facial expressions are one of
Open area- Basic or common information that we know about ourselves and share with others.
My full name is Jose A. Noyola
My gender and ethnic; male and Hispanic.
Im a soldier of the US Army.
Blind area- Contains perception of us that others have but we d
The processes involved in perceiving are Selection, Interpretation, and Organization (Wood Pg. 44). The
ability to understand something or the ability to perceive something with your senses.
Selection- In simple words is a choice, or the ability to priori
Discussion 12, Jose A. Noyola
Theres three types of Relationship Dialectics; opposing and continuous tensions in all close
relationships (Wood pg.202).
Autonomy/connection- Involves the desires to be separate, on the one hand, and to be
connected, on the
Jose A. Noyola
Professor Dr. Remmo
Understanding Human Communication
24 January 2016
I remember watching this movie about two years ago. This time my wife watched the movie
with me and we were going through a lot of different emotions, with di
A: I noticed you had fun last night.
B: Yes I did, I had a good time, what about you?
A: The party was ok, but I wish that you would have spent more time with me. It looked like you were
talking to a lot of the ladies.
B: Sorry for making you feel uncomfo
How can speakers enhance their credibility?
Earning credibility, speakers should demonstrate that they are informed about their topics, that they are
dynamic communicators, and that they are ethical in using evidence ad reasoning (Wood pg.2