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Presentation 4 and 5

  1. 1. Verbal and Nonverbal Communication
  2. 2. Language is a system of symbols,which are signs or words used todefine a person, idea, or object.
  3. 3. Words have multiple meanings… ConnotativeDenotative meanings meanings …consistent definition  …emotional response …definition in the  …attitudinal response dictionary people have to it
  4. 4. Nature of Language Language is symbolic Words have multiple meanings Thought informs language Language is rules by grammar Language is bound by context
  5. 5. Functions of Language Communication Communication acquisition Competencies Learn words of a language  Express feelings Learn to use words  Express creativity appropriately and effectively in the context  Language as a form of of the situation ritual
  6. 6. Nonverbal The process of  Sneeze intentionally or unintentionally signaling  Crying meaning through behavior other than words  Blush  Snore  Eye rolling  Sniff
  7. 7. What is nonverbal? Gestures and body  Physical appearance movements  Space and environment Facial expressions  Touch Eye behavior  Time orientation Voice
  8. 8. Nonverbal Nature Nonverbal behavior is communicative Spontaneous and unintentional Ambiguous More believable than verbal communication
  9. 9. Attitude is communicated by… 7% by spoken word 36% by vocal characteristics 55% by nonverbal behaviors- Mehrabian and Weiner, 1967
  10. 10. Nonverbal Functions Can be contradicting of verbal message Regulating interactions, back and forth of communication Creating immediacy Can be deceiving
  11. 11. Nonverbal influencers Culture Gender Mediated Ambiguous

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