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Nonverbal communication will be defined as the process by which nonverbal behaviors are used, either singly or in combination with verbal behaviors, in the exchange and interpretation of messages within a given situation or context.
(L. A. Malandro, 1983)
A matrix of verbal versus nonverbal behaviors Nonverbal (nonsymbolic) Verbal (symbolic) nonvocal Vocal Nonverbal/nonvocal Behaviors (eg. Body language, use of space etc.) Verbal/nonvocal Behaviors (eg. American Sign Language) Nonverbal/vocal Behaviors (eg. The rate, loudness, softness of speech etc.) Verbal/vocal behaviors
Things should be done one at a time, and time is segmented into precise, small units. Time is viewed as a commodity; it is scheduled, managed and arranged. People in a M-time system are very time-driven.
Several things are being done at the same time. Relationships between people are far more important than schedules. Appointment will be quickly broken, schedules readily set aside, and deadlines unmet without guilt or apology when friends or family members require attention.