Soccer Game on Sataruday After Noon
Coach Pointing his finger
Parents nodding their heads
Parents Yelling at each other
Groups of parents joking around
Explain at least one contradiction you observed between the verbal and nonverbal cues used in the interpersonal interaction. (I did this, which is up above)
I need this answered from what i put up above? Why was your example a contradiction and which did you believe, the verbal or the nonverbal message? Add additional detail, explanations, and the course concepts in the text reading in the notes section (presenter notes) to support your analysis.
Summarize your experience. How do our/your cultural filters influence your understanding of the verbal and nonverbal communication cues used in the interaction? Which of your own biases or assumptions did you notice from your observation? How can/did your cultural, biases or assumptions filter your perception of the verbal and nonverbal cues used in the interaction?
Using your analysis of the interaction observed and the dynamics of cultural aspects and how they affect communication, describe one strategy from the course reading that you will use to communicate effectively in your future interactions to build relationships and avoid biased perceptions, which could negatively influence your communication choices.
How can monitoring your use of verbal and nonverbal communication benefit your organization? Your community?
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