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Non-Verbal Communication

Communication Theory and Practice
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Robyn Madson

on 9 May 2017

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Transcript of Non-Verbal Communication

Nonverbal Communication
Intentional
Accidental
Non-verbal communication through movement (kines)
Kinesics
Spatial relationship; the relationship
between space and communication
Proxemics
The use of non-word or "semi-verbal" means to communicate.
Paralanguage
What does this mean?
1. Information might be passed on easily through words, but 93% of emotion is communicated through non-verbal means.

2. Think about the times you've been misunderstood either during a text or on-line conversation. Perhaps a friend thought you were being serious when you were going for funny or sarcastic... this was likely the result of misunderstood non-verbal cues.

3. Learning to read non-verbal cues better will help you communicate better.
Communication without "words"
Gestures
Posture
Facial Expressions
Eye Contact
Gestures
Facial
Expressions
Posture
Eye Contact
Angry
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Surprised
Happy
Theory: facial expressions evolved
for biological and social reasons.
Recognition of expressions and perception
is largely cultural, however, according to
studies completed in 2007-2011.
Non-verbal communication executed with the facial muscles.
A movement with a part of the
body to express an idea or meaning, especially with the hands.

Gestures are directly linked with our spacial memory.
The act of looking directly
into another person's eyes
Theory: eye contact is instrumental in determining truth, flirting, and in maintaining privacy in close quarters.

Eye contact norms vary in different cultures.
The position of a person's body
when they are standing or sitting.
Accent
Tone
Volume
Tempo
Silence
Pitch
Appearance
and Object Language
Appearance: The way a person looks
Object Language: things with which we carry and identify ourselves with.
"Conspicuous Consumption"
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