1. THE REINFORCING ROLE OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATIONGROUP NAME: RHETORIC SIXESNAME IDAYSHA PARVEEN SANA 081819530RAHNUMA TARANNUM 0920068020ZAKI MD. ADNAN 0920539530RUDABA S. RAHMAN 0920438020JAMAN MEHEDI ADNAN 0920670530MUSHAHIDUL ISLAM ASIM 1020213530
2. INTRODUCTION• Nonverbal Communication is a form ofCommunication that is undertaken without the use ofwords, but with the use of gestures, touches, bodylanguage, posture etc.• In any oral communication, Nonverbalcommunication carries more message than words• Usually nonverbal communication is used tosupplement or reinforce the use of words
3. ICONS OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION Sir Charles Spencer "Charlie" Chaplin, (16 April 1889 – 25 December 1977) was an English comic actor, film director and composer best known for his work during the silent film era.
4. ICONS OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION Rowan Sebastian Atkinson (born 6 January 1955) is an English actor, comedian, and screenwriter. He is most famous for his work on the satirical sketch comedy show Not The Nine O’Clock News, and the sitcoms Blacadder, Mr. Bean and The Thin Blue Line.
5. THE NATURE OF NON VERBAL COMMUNICATIONS• Nonverbal communication, once again, is all communication without using words.• Two types symbolic nonverbal communication : – Face to face interaction – Written• Nonverbal communicationcan have multiple meanings
6. THE NATURE OF NON VERBAL COMMUNICATIONS• Nonverbal communication is broad and imprecise.• Body language, space, time, gestures, etc.• Cross cultural teach us the body language movements.• Dresses sometimes can be used as a• nonverbal communication medium
7. TYPES OF NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION Body Language Space Time Language Paralanguage Others
8. BODY LANGUAGE• Body language conveys a message through the use of physical movements of our bodies. People who show their body language to you can reveal their feelings and meanings.
9. BODY LANGUAGE• Facial Expressions – Face and Eyes are the most important feature of body language.• We look to face and eyes to determine most of the meanings behind nonverbal communication.• For example our happiness, sadness, fear all can be can be understood by observing our face and eyes.
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11. BODY LANGUAGE• Gestures – We send messages through our body parts.• Physical movement of our arms, legs, hands, torsos, and heads.• Through the movement of these body parts we reinforce our verbal message.• However, gestures vary from culture to culture
12. BODY LANGUAGE• Each row of gestures represent the same thing amongdifferent cultures.• However, the may be interpreted in the wrong way in othercultures.
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14. BODY LANGUAGE• Physical Appearance – Our clothing, hair, and adornments (jewelry, cosmetics, etc.) The appearance of our bodies affect how our body movements are seen.• You can tell who’s going to the office by looking at• their attire.
15. SPACE• Space is a second major type of nonverbal communication.• There are four unique types of spaces:• Intimate Space (physical contact to 18 inches);• Personal Space (18 inches to 4feet);• Social Space (4 to 12 feet);• Public Space (12 feet to range of seeing andhearing);
16. SPACE• We communicate differently in each space.• The concept of space differs from culture to culture. PUBLICDISTANCE
17. TIME• Time is a third type of nonverbal communication.• Time language is how we give meaning to time communicates to others .• By using our own attitude towards• time we can convey specific massage.
18. TIME USAGE IN NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION:• Monochronic : Monochronic people tend to view time as linear and always moving ahead (i.e. things are done one at a time). Under this system time is scheduled, arranged and managed.• Polychronic : Polychronic people have a more indefinite view of time (i.e. several things can be done at once). Under this system time is mostly unstructured.
19. PARALANGUAGE• It is the emphasis on HOW we convey a message; the intangible factors to look into in verbal communication.• For example, emphasis on different words can convey different meanings. Different tone of voice can convey different messages.
20. I don’t like spinach. Emphasis on different words can conveyarrogant different feelings I don’t like spinach. angry
21. PARALANGUAGE• Paralanguage affects communication effect of the speed, pitch, volume, and connectivity of the spoken words.• Speed: Fast speech may render sentences useless. Too slow, and you become boring.• Pitch: A low voice can arouse different feelings than that of a high pitched voice.
22. PARALANGUAGE• Volume: the amount of words used to say something. Too much words to describe something simple can get too confusing.• Connectivity: The breakdown of words so that sentences are consistently spoken and understood. Inconsistency may occur when there are too many gaps in between
23. PARALANGUAGE• Generally, senders and receivers have certain expectancies about how messages should sound.• It’s best to present your speech in a consistent and positive manner in most cases.