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3.2 Stop, Look and Listen: Nonverbal Communication and Activ

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Ahlam Alqassim

on 6 December 2014

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Transcript of 3.2 Stop, Look and Listen: Nonverbal Communication and Activ

3.2 Stop, Look and Listen: Nonverbal Communication and Active Listening
-Ahlam Alqassim

Part II: Nonverbal Communication and Active Listening (video)

Nonverbal Gestures Used: They both wave. To me it means "hi"

Hand shaking: greeting someone
Air quotes: a pair of quotation marks gestured by a speaker's fingers in the air, to indicate that what is being said is ironic or mocking, or is not a turn of phrase the speaker would typically employ.
I would employ Jeff, which is the second individual who got interviewd as a result of the way he talked, and they way he reacted in a nonverbal manner.
The mother pleasantly asked her girl to clarify what she's saying in an aware manner. She additionally pleasantly raised approaches to make sense of the circumstances. She listened to what her daughter was stating.
Hand gesture: Namaste

Country/Culture referenced: India

What does it mean? Namaste literally means “I bow down to you”, or “Salutations to you”
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