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COMM in a Diverse world Chp.5
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any symbolic activity other than the use of language.
the act of assigning meaning to nonverbal symbols you recieve.
Putting feelings into behavior through nonverbal communication
Elements of nonverbal communication that are changeable during interaction. (ex: facial expression, posture, gesturing; contrast with static)
Elements of Nonverbal communication that are fixed during interaction (ex: shape of the room, where the interaction takes place, color of eyes, clothes worn during an interview; contrast with dymnamic)
Unintentional betrayal of internal feelings through nonverbal communication.
The natural or human-made surroundings in which communication takes place.
The study of space and distance in communication.
The establishment and maintenance of space that people claim for their personal use.
The study of movements of the face and body that take place during an interaction.
Nonverbal face and body movement represent feelings or ideas not necessarily being expressed verbally.
Nonverbal face and body movement used to visualize or emphasize verbal communication
Nonverbal face and body movement used to express emotion.
nonverbal face and body movement used to indicate to others how you want them to behave or what you want them to do
Nonverbal behaviors used to satisfy personal needs
A form of facial management in which the intensity of emotional display is lessened
A form of facial management in which the intensity of emotional display is increased
A form of facial management in which displays of emotion are nonexistent or quickly erased
a form of facial management in which the emotion displayed is the opposite of being experienced
Extent to which someone looks directly into the eyes of another person.
involves one person looking at another person.
Vocal characteristics that provide information about how verbal communication should be interpreted and how the speaker is feeling.
Highness or Lowness of a person's voice
Rate (of speech)
How fast or slowly a person speaks, generally determined by how many words are spoken per minute.
loudness or softness of a person's voice
Meaningful lack of sound
The study of use and evaluation of time in interactions
The study of the specific nonverbal behaviors involving touch
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