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    • INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION CHAPTER FIVE NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION: SHOWING THE BEST TO OTHERS
    • WHO WON THE FIRST NIXON-KENNEDY TELEVISION DEBATE ACCORDING TO A POLL OF RADIO AND TELEVISION VIEWERS AND LISTENERS?
    • THE GREAT DEBATE
    • "IT TURNED ON THE MAKEUP"
    • WHY IS THIS CHAPTER IN THE TEXT? “SOME OF THE MOST IMPRESSIVE AND ENLARGING COMMUNICATION YOU WILL EVER EXPERIENCE WILL NOT INVOLVE WORDS AT ALL.” -FUJISHIN WE TEND TO COMMUNICATE MOST OF OUR FEELINGS, ATTITUDES AND BELIEFS NONVERBALLY
    • PREVIEW: WHY STUDY NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION DEFININTION OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION PRINCIPLES OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION TYPES OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION NINETEEN NONVERBAL BRIDGES TO OTHERS
    • WHY STUDY NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION?
    • WHY LEARN ABOUT NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION?
    • NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION IS THE PRIMARY WAY WE COMMUNICATE FEELINGS AND ATTITUDES WHY LEARN ABOUT NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION?
    • REMEMBER THE JURIES-WE TEND TO BELIEVE THE NON VERBAL OVER THE VERBAL WHY LEARN ABOUT NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION?
    • PEOPLE RESPOND AND ADAPT TO OTHERS THROUGH NONVERBAL MESSAGES WHY LEARN ABOUT NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION?
    • INTERACTION ADAPTATION THEORY: THEORY SUGGESTING THAT PEOPLE INTERACT WITH OTHERS BY ADAPTING TO THEIR COMMUNICATION BEHAVIORS WHY LEARN ABOUT NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION?
    • DEFINITION OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION
    • ALL COMMUNICATION THAT IS NOT SPOKEN OR WRITTEN NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION
    • CONTENT V. RELATIONSHIP DIMENSIONS OF COMMUNICATION: NV IS PRIMARY SOURCE OF RELATIONSHIP CUES DEFINITION OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION THE PRIMARY WAY WE COMMUNICATE INFORMATION ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP IS NONVERBALLY INSTEAD OF VERBALLY
    • PRINCIPLES OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION
    • PRINCIPLES OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION  CONTINUOUS  INSTANTANEOUS  UNIVERSAL  MULTICHANNELED  EMOTIONALLY RICH  FUNCTION SPECIFIC  AMBIGUOUS
    • PRINCIPLES OF NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION • CONTINUOUS-CANNOT EASILY SEPARATE INTO UNITS • INSTANTANEOUS-IMMEDIATELY PERCEIVED • UNIVERSAL-CROSSES LANGUAGES • MULTICHANNELED-ALL SENSES • EMOTIONALLY RICH-CONVEYS EMOTION BETTER THAN WORDS • FUNCTION SPECIFIC-KINESICS • AMBIGUOUS-CAN BE INTERPRETED IN MANY DIFFERENT WAYS
    • KINESICS: STUDY OF HUMAN MOVEMENT AND GESTURE RAY BIRDWHISTELL FUNCTION SPECIFIC-KINESICS
    • KINESICS: 1. EMBLEMS 2. ILLUSTRATORS 3. REGULATORS 4. AFFECT DISPLAYS 5. ADAPTORS
    • EMBLEMS CUES WITH A DIRECT VERBAL MEANING IN A GIVEN CULTURE NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION CODES
    • ILLUSTRATORS ADD TO OR SUPPORT THE VERBAL MESSAGE NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION CODES
    • REGULATORS CONTROL SOCIAL INTERACTIONS NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION CODES
    • AFFECT DISPLAYS USED TO COMMUNICATE EMOTIONS NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION CODES
    • ADAPTORS HELP SATISFY A PERSONAL NEED AND ADAPT TO IMMEDIATE SITUATION NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION CODES
    • NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION IS EMOTIONALLY RICH
    • NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION IS AMBIGUOUS
    • TYPES OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION
    • BODY MOVEMENT
    • WE CAN PRODUCE OVER 640 DIFFERENT FACIAL EXPRESSIONS FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
    • • HOW WE SPEAK • PITCH, VOLUME, RATE, QUALITY • COMMUNICATE EMOTION • MANAGE CONVERSATION • USE OF SILENCE PARALANGUAGE
    • TOUCHING (HAPTICS) • ALL BEHAVIOR THAT INVOLVES THE SKIN • ESSENTIAL TO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT • PAT ON BACK, HUG, KISS • BE SENSITIVE TO CULTURAL AND PERSONAL PREFERENCES
    • PERSONAL PRESENTATION  CLOTHING-MOST OBVIOUS  GROOMING-COMMUNICATES MESSAGES AS WELL AS OTHER NONVERBAL CUES  ARTIFACTS-PHYSICAL OBJECTS THAT HAVE MEANING TO US
    • PERSONAL SPACE PROXEMICS-STUDY OF HOW CLOSE OR FAR AWAY PEOPLE POSITION THEMSELVES PERSONAL SPACE
    • HALL'S FOUR ZONES OF SPACE (PROXEMICS)
    • TERRITORY TERRITORIALITY-USING SPACE AND OBJECTS TO COMMUNICATE OCCUPANCY OR OWNERSHIP OF SPACE BOOKS ON LIBRARY DESK NONVERBAL USE OF SPACE
    • TIME HOW YOU USE TIME COMMUNICATES A GREAT DEAL ABOUT YOU
    • THE “BEAUTY EFFECT” AMERICANS THINK THAT ATTRACTIVE PEOPLE ARE MORE CREDIBLE, HAPPIER, MORE POPULAR, MORE SOCIABLE, AND MORE PROSPEROUS THAN LESS ATTRACTIVE PEOPLE SHAPE AND BODY SIZE AFFECTS PERCEPTIONS ABOUT US. HEAVY AND ROUND-OLDER, OLD- FASHIONED, GOOD NATURED APPEARANCE
    • LOOKSISM GOES POP
    • REVIEW-TYPES OF NON- VERBAL COMMUNICATION: KINESICS FACIAL EXPRESSIONS PARALANGUAGE TOUCH PERSONAL PRESENTATION PROXEMICS TIME APPEARANCE
    • NINETEEN NONVERBAL BRIDGES TO OTHERS
    • NINETEEN NONVERBAL BRIDGES TO OTHERS • BE THERE • BE PRESENT • DO NOTHING • MOVE TOWARD OTHERS • LOOK AT OTHERS • SMILE (UNIVERSALLY POSITIVE SYMBOL) • WELCOME POSTURE • SHAKE HANDS • TOUCH • HUG • BE SILENT • SPEAK GENTLY • BE PUNCTUAL • KEEP PROMISES • GIVE GIFTS • STAY IN TOUCH • LAUGH AT YOURSELF • HUM • LEAVE
    • SUMMARY: WHY STUDY NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION DEFININTION OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION PRINCIPLES OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION TYPES OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION NINETEEN NONVERBAL BRIDGES TO OTHERS
    • "I HAVE ALWAYS THOUGHT THE ACTIONS OF MEN THE BEST INTERPRETER OF THIER THOUGHTS." -JOHN LOCKE