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NonVerbal Communication

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Lindsay Senn

on 18 April 2010

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NonVerbal Communication
By Lindsay Senn Examples of nonverbal Communication
Nonverbal communication includes body posture, clothing, hand gestures, facial expressions, eye contact, body movement, and spacing. 90% of communication is interpreted through your nonverbal communication. Not only are you speaking with your words but also with your nonverbal cues. Nonverbal communication is very important to our communication. It helps us be able to interpret what is going on around us. Have you ever heard the saying,"actions speak louder than words." Well this is talking about nonverbal communication. Nonverbal Communication in Women
Women have different nonverbal communication characteristics than men do. They tend to smile more often, have better eye contact, show more emotion in their facial expressions, and have a more intimate touch. Other things include their personal space. Women's personal space zones are much smaller than that of men. They also tend to sit with there legs crossed and arms in together so that they take up less space. Nonverbal Communicaiton in Men
Men have different nonverbal communication than women do. They wear more baggy comfortable clothing. They give less eye contact. They dont show emotion in the their facial expressions, and they have a bigger personal space zone. Often if a male feels like their personal space zone has been invaded they tend to focus on the space rather than the conversation. The also sit with their legs apart so that they take up more room.
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