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  • 1. Kerry was convergent towards us but therewas a semic barrier✔as she was speaking inGerman.✔A physical barrier✔ was the desk which affected the proxemics.✔✔She was on a swivel chair so her orientation✔was towards us even though we were stood to the side of her original position. She kept occulesics✔throughout, even when there was no dialogue between sender and receiver . ✔
  • 2. Charlotte showed excellent convergence✔towards us, she was very willing to talk and easy to understand. ✔She was also the sender in the processmodel of communication✔as she kept the conversation flowing by also asking usquestions. A physical barrier was when the phone rang and she had to vacate the conversation to answer it. ✔The desk affected the proxemics✔and was also a physical barrier✔in the convergence.✔
  • 3. Dudley had an accent which was?but was still easy to converse with why/how? as he was friendly and kept occulesicsthroughout explore. His divergences is it?was a ‘nervous’ laugh and lots of ‘erm’ definition/term ? during the speech.

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