Written Communication:writing the words . It can be edited and amended many times before it is communicated. Two types FORMAL (business letter) INFORMAL (mobile sms) Visual communication:visual display of information, like, photography, signs, symbols and designs
NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION Categories Other Dimensions Importance Features Para Language physical Static aesthetic Chronemics signs Dynamic Humour symbols
CATEGORIES (G. W. Porter ) Physical: facial expressions, tone of voice, sense of touch, sense of smell, and body motions. BODY MOTIONS SENSE OF SMELL FACIAL EXPRESSION
Aesthetic : takes place through creative expressions: playing instrumental music, dancing, painting and sculpturing. Ex : Sound of Band and Dhol tells us that marriage is going on some where. Signs: includes the use of signal flags, the 21-gun salute, horns, and sirens. Ex- particular siren of ambulance, fire brigade etc. One Way sign All motor vehicles prohibited
Symbolic: Make use of religious, status, or ego-building symbols.
Chronemics: — The way an individual talks about or uses time can communicate much nonverbal information about him or her. Ex: past-oriented, present, or future-oriented. Humour: Ex: Laughter releases stress and tension for both instructor and student
Includes use of personal adornments such as clothing, jewellery, make up, hairstyles etc.
importance Used to repeat the verbal message. Used to accent a verbal message. Often complement the verbal message but also may contradict Regulate interactions May substitute for the verbal message Used for greetings – hand shake, hug and salute.