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Paralanguage

all of these auxiliary communication methods as paralanguageParalanguage is part of the redundancy in communication that helps prevent ineffective communication.  It can prevent the wrong message from inadvertently being passed on, as often is the case in a telephone call and even more so in a letter.  The paralanguage messages that can be observed through face to face contact also makes it more difficult to lie or to hide emotions.  Paralanguage is often more important in communication than what...

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PARALANGUAGE Powerpoint 1

PARALANGUAGE WHAT IS PARALANGUAGE? PARALANGUAGE MAY BE DEFINED AS THE VOCAL BUT NON-VERBAL DIMENSION OF SPEECH. PARALANGUAGE REFERS TO: THE MANNER IN WHICH SOMETHING IS SAID RATHER THAN TO WHAT IS SAID VOCAL FEATURES SUCH AS TEMPO, VOLUME, SPEED, PROSODY, RHYTHM, AND RESONANCE, INTONATION OF SPEECH, PITCH THE HIGHNESS OR LOWNESS OF VOCAL TONE. VOCALIZATIONS SUCH AS YELLING, LAUGHING, MOANING, WHINING AND BELCHING - THESE SEND DIFFERENT MESSAGES IN DIFFERENT CULTURES (JAPAN — GIGGLING INDICATES...

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Paralanguage

where you are in the world. For my video research project, I was assigned to look at something that I knew nothing about and this topic came in the form of, paralanguage. Sometimes the words you choose aren’t as important as one may think; sometimes the most important thing is how you choose to say those words. The proper definition of paralanguage is as follows, the nonlexical component of communication by speech, for example intonation, pitch and speed of speaking, hesitation noises, gesture, and...

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Interpersonal Communications Techniques in the Andy Griffith Show

The clip I chose to present was from the Andy Griffith Show, called “Citizen’s Arrest.” Some interpersonal communications techniques that are used include kinesics (Wood, 126), paralanguage (Wood, 133), listening for information (Wood, 157), loaded language (Wood, 99) and artifacts (Wood, 129). The most used is paralanguage and kinesics. In this episode of The Andy Griffith Show, Barney is sitting in his police car and sees Gomer Pyle get in his truck after leaving the post office and do an illegal...

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Nonverbal Communication

important to the communication process than language itself. Up to 90% of all communication is nonverbal. There are many different categories of nonverbal communication. They are the following: Aesthetics, Artifacts, Chronemics, Haptics, Kinesics, Paralanguage, Physical Appearance, Proxemics, and Oculesics. Aesthetics is the study of nature, beauty and taste. Found information states "that Aesthetics refer to environmental factors and how they are manipulated to influence our feelings and emotions"...

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Four Non Verbalcues

nonverbal communication, chief among them being haptics [touch], body language, facial expressions, posture, proxemics, appearance and dressing, and paralanguage just but to mention a few. The essay below will serve the purpose of briefly elaborating on just four of the nonverbal communication skills, which are, haptics, proxemics, appearance and paralanguage. Haptics, is a nonverbal element in communication that involves touch, in both animals and man, and it is vital in conveying physical intimacy...

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Analysis of the Speech: Protein Pointers by Doctor Andrew Weil

The introduction, that includes information about the speech, the central idea, a brief biography of the author and the year and place when the speech was released. The second part is the main body, which includes the analysis of five elements: paralanguage, posture, gestures, facial expressions and eye contact and their definitions and examples from the speech. After this, we have the conclusion, which includes a summary of the main points, suggestions and personal likes. At last, the references...

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What are the various types of communication? Describe the classification of non-verbal communication.

communication is all about the body language of speaker. Classification of nonverbal communication 1) Body Language ( Kinesics) 2) Touching ( Haptics) 3) Personal Space and distance ( Proxemics) 4) Use of Time (Chronemics) 5) Tone of Voice (Paralanguage) 6) Physical environment ( physical Context) Kinesics: Kinesics is the most often studies and important area of non verbal communication and refers to body movements of any kind. Different body movements can express inner states of emotion...

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Implication of Communication

methods. Communication requires that all parties understand a common language that is exchanged. There are auditory means, such as speaking, singing and sometimes tone of voice, and nonverbal, physical means, such as body language, sign language, paralanguage, touch, eye contact, or the use of writing. Communication is defined as a process by which we assign and convey meaning in an attempt to create shared understanding. This process requires a vast repertoire of skills in intrapersonal and interpersonal...

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Types of nonverbal communication

COMMUNICATION. Non-verbal communication are the types of communication not communicated in words. The different types of non-verbal communication include: 1. Kinesics. 2. Posture. 3. Gesture. 4. Haptics. 5. Facial Expression. 6. Eye contact. 7. Paralanguage. 8. Chronemics. 9. Colour. 10. Clothing. 11. Proxemics KINESICS:  is the interpretation of body motion communication such as facial expressions and gestures — that is, nonverbal behaviour related to movement of any part of the body or the body...

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