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Nonverbal Communication in Sports

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Xaviar Gittens

on 2 December 2014

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Transcript of Nonverbal Communication in Sports

Observations:
Athletes
Identifying a Student Athlete Questions
How can you tell a UAlbany athlete from a regular student? (both athlete & non-athlete)
who do you usually hangout with and Why? (only athletes)
Gesture
Celebration
The purpose of celebration is:
Internal need to express happiness
External need to intimidate/dominate
Architecture
Gesture
Touch
Nonverbal Communication in Sports

The purpose of gestures in sports:
Communication
Encouragement
Celebrate/express happiness
Dominate/ intimidate
Baseball
Function of gestures in Baseball
Pitcher and Catcher relationship
3rd base communication
Fans Influence on players:
Social Facilitation
Performance on simple and well learned task is enhanced by the mere presence of others
Architecture
The History of Stadiums
Design
Purpose
Nonverbal effect of color:
Stadium color
intimidation
Team Color
black uniforms
the color red
Color
Males Vs Females
Type of touch
Frequency of touch
Win vs Loss
Home vs Away games
References
Nick Accatino & Alec Herbert
Student Section
Fans
Group Identification
Architecture
Modern Structures
Structure
indoor vs Outdoor
Multipurpose vs Arenas
Seating
Box Seats
Observation: Touch
Field Hockey
Gesture
The purpose of gestures
Architecture
History and design of Stadiums
Color
Nonverbal effect of color
Touch
Males vs Females
Observation
Athletes
Touch
What we will cover
Activity: guess that gesture
Can anyone act out any other well known non verbal gestures that are used in any kind of sports???
Football
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Spampinto, Angelo. Stadium History. World Staidum. Accessed December 1, 2014.
Feddersen, Arnie., Maennig, Wolfgang. Arenas vs. Multifunctional Stadium; Which do Spectators Prefer? September, 2007. Available from: Humburg Contemporary Economic Discussions. Accessed on December 1, 2014.
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