Chapter 6:Nonverbal Messages
Channels of NonverbalCommunicationBody CommunicationFacial CommunicationEye CommunicationTouch CommunicationParalangu...
Body CommunicationBody Gestures:1. Emblems2. Illustrators3. Affect Displays4. Regulators5. AdaptorsBody Appearance
Facial CommunicationFacial Management Techniques:1. Intensify2. Deintensify3. Neutralize4. Mask5. SimulateFacial Feedbac...
Eye CommunicationOcculesis: The study of messages communicated withthe eyes, which vary depending on the duration,directi...
Touch CommunicationTactile Communication: Communicationby touch, also referred to as Haptics.Meanings of TouchTouch Avo...
ParalanguageParalanguage: The vocal but nonverbaldimension of speech. It has to do with themanner in which you say someth...
SilenceFunctions of Silence1. Give speaker time to think2. Weapon to hurt others3. Response to personal anxiety4. Prevent...
Spatial Messages AndTerritorialityProxemic Distances (4 types)1. Intimate Distance: Ranging from the closephase of actual...
TerritorialityPrimary or Home Territories: Areas that you call yourown.Secondary Territories: Areas that don’t belong to...
Artifactual Communication-Messages conveyed by objects that are made byhuman hands.Space DecorationColor CommunicationC...
Temporal CommunicationConsists of the messages communicated by your timeorientation and treatment of time.Chronemics- th...
Functions of NonverbalCommunicationForming and Managing ImpressionsForming and Defining RelationshipsStructuring Conver...
Nonverbal Communication andCultureCulture and GestureCulture and Facial ExpressionCulture and Eye CommunicationCulture...
YouTube ExamplesHere are 2 videos from YouTube that will help explainNonverbal Communicationhttp://www.youtube.com/watch...
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  1. 1. Chapter 6:Nonverbal Messages
  2. 2. Channels of NonverbalCommunicationBody CommunicationFacial CommunicationEye CommunicationTouch CommunicationParalanguage and SilenceSpatial MessagesArtifactual CommunicationTemporal Communication
  3. 3. Body CommunicationBody Gestures:1. Emblems2. Illustrators3. Affect Displays4. Regulators5. AdaptorsBody Appearance
  4. 4. Facial CommunicationFacial Management Techniques:1. Intensify2. Deintensify3. Neutralize4. Mask5. SimulateFacial Feedback1. Facial Feedback Hypothesis: Your facial expressionsinfluence your physiological arousal.
  5. 5. Eye CommunicationOcculesis: The study of messages communicated withthe eyes, which vary depending on the duration,direction, and quality of the eye behavior.Eye Contact1. To monitor feedback2. To secure attention3. To regulate the conversation4. To signal the nature of the relationship5. To signal statusEye Avoidance
  6. 6. Touch CommunicationTactile Communication: Communicationby touch, also referred to as Haptics.Meanings of TouchTouch Avoidance
  7. 7. ParalanguageParalanguage: The vocal but nonverbaldimension of speech. It has to do with themanner in which you say something rather thanwhat you say.1. Rate: Speed at which you speak2. Volume: Loudness or quietness of vocal speech3. Pitch: The highness or lowness of vocal tonePeople PerceptionPersuasion
  8. 8. SilenceFunctions of Silence1. Give speaker time to think2. Weapon to hurt others3. Response to personal anxiety4. Prevent Communication5. Communicate emotional responses6. Achieve specific affects7. Speaker has nothing to saySpiral of Silence: A theory that argues that you’remore likely to voice agreement than disagreement.
  9. 9. Spatial Messages AndTerritorialityProxemic Distances (4 types)1. Intimate Distance: Ranging from the closephase of actual touching to the far phase of 6-18 inches.2. Personal Distance: Ranges from 18 inches toabout 4 feet.3. Social Distance: Ranges from 4 feet to 12 feet.4. Public Distance: Ranges from12 feet to morethan 25 feet.
  10. 10. TerritorialityPrimary or Home Territories: Areas that you call yourown.Secondary Territories: Areas that don’t belong to you,but that you have occupied.Public Territories: Areas that are open to all people.Withdrawal: you simply leave the sceneTurf Defense: you defend the territory againstencroachmentInsulation: Involves erecting barriers between yourselfand those who would encroach on your territory.Linguistic Collusion: speaking in a way that intruders willnot understand either language or jargon.
  11. 11. Artifactual Communication-Messages conveyed by objects that are made byhuman hands.Space DecorationColor CommunicationClothing and Body AdornmentScentOlfactory Communication: Communicating bysmell.
  12. 12. Temporal CommunicationConsists of the messages communicated by your timeorientation and treatment of time.Chronemics- the study of the communicative function of time.Psychological Time- Refers to a person’s emphasis on, ororientation towards, the part, present or future.
  13. 13. Functions of NonverbalCommunicationForming and Managing ImpressionsForming and Defining RelationshipsStructuring Conversation and SocialInteractionInfluencing and DeceivingExpressing Emotions
  14. 14. Nonverbal Communication andCultureCulture and GestureCulture and Facial ExpressionCulture and Eye CommunicationCulture and TouchCulture, Paralanguage, and SilenceCulture and ColorsCulture and Time (Formal / Informal)Monochronism and Polychronism
  15. 15. YouTube ExamplesHere are 2 videos from YouTube that will help explainNonverbal Communicationhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfDWQG47pAQhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jl8xVhKZRHk&feature=pyv&ad=3807773923&kw=communication%20body%20language&gclid=CNGVkvntz6gCFQ4g2godemlggg

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