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COM 100

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Intro to Human Communication

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Lecture 14
Intro to Human Communication
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Vlatko Notetaker on Tuesday October 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to COM 100 at Arizona State University taught by Roberto in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see Intro to Human Communication in Communication Studies at Arizona State University.


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Date Created: 10/27/15
COM looLecture 14 Nonverbal Leakage We as adults tend to believe nonverbal over verbal people who don t pick up nonverbal cues tend to have a hard time in relationships Adults are very nonverbal Children are the opposite Why do we believe the nonverbal 1 Words are limitedOur ability to express with words is limited 0 2 Across culture 0 some universal expressions exist but different cultures have different display rules 0 display rules govern what nonverbals are appropriate as aduHs o emotion marginally expressed nonverbally o relational meaning 0 3 Rule Governed 0 display rules set by culture 0 learned throughout life 0 4 Ambiguous 5 Continuous 6 NonLinguistic 0 hard to explain using words 0 7 Multichanneled 0 can involve voice expression body language environment etc We vary in our ability to encodedecode nonverbals generally females are better than males at this Functional Groups 0 how are nonverbals usedwhat is their purpose 0 we look at groups of nonverbal cues to decode the message


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