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This paper examines the different forms of non-verbal communication, from hand gestures, to eye contact, to physical appearance. The author also goes on to give detailed examples of more subtle forms of non-verbal communication, such as clothing styles and standing posture. Finally, this paper examines how non-verbal communication can be misinterpreted, thus often proving to be less reliable than verbal communication.
From the Paper:"The more commonly known means of non-verbal communication involve the eyes, face and body. Some of the least known means of non-verbal communication involve bodily appearance, space, touch, clothes and vocal cues. Non-verbal communication is hard to interpret because of its ambiguity."
Sample of Sources Used:
- Pearson, J., Nelson, P. Titsworth, S. & Harter, L. (2003). Human Communication.
- Boston: Mcgraw-Hill.
Cite this Descriptive Essay:
Non-Verbal Communication (2009, October 09) Retrieved March 31, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/descriptive-essay/non-verbal-communication-116568/
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