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  • 1. Non verbal acts are negotiated and heavily influenced by :
    • Context and culture
    • Degree to which knowledge of the code is shared
    • Skills and attentiveness of the communication
    • Deliberate use of ambiguity
    • NVC accounts for 80% of communication in face-to-face communication (Alan Pease)
  • 2. NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION
    • ‘ WE MAKE AND RECEIVE NON VERBAL SIGNS WHENEVER WE ARE WITH OTHERS’ (ARGYLE)
    • ‘ WE CANNOT NOT COMMUNICATE’
    • Which consists of the following:
    1. BODY LANGUAGE:
  • 3. GESTURE (or kinesics) Think of a gesture and what does it mean? Who may mot understand the sign? Consider how this might relate to tribal identity and power?
  • 4. EXPRESSION Six faces – what emotion do they SIGNIFY?
  • 5. BODY POSTURE How can posture affect your feelings toward someone? Think of a CONTEXT, place, time or situation.
  • 6. PROXEMICS Draw circles to illustrate the Intimate, Private and Public Zones
  • 7. EYE CONTACT In what situation or context would you consider holding eye contact? And when would you avoid eye-contact?
  • 8. TOUCH Think of three different ways you touch different people in different situations in one day. Can this be affected by CULTURE
  • 9. PARALANGUAGE
    • ACCENT
    • SPEECH RATE
    • LOUDNESS - Volume
    • CONTINUITY
    • VOICE QUALITY
    • TONE OF VOICE
    • Remember Catherine Tate & Only Fools and Horses.
  • 10. APPEARANCE
    • Voluntary control – for example?
    • Less controllable – example?
    • Appearance sends messages about personality, social status, conformity, role and identity
    • See powerpoint on appearance (coming soon to a lesson near you)