Gesture Essays & Research Papers

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  • Filipino Gestures - 322 Words
    Non-verbal Communication: Filipino Style Not all cultural gestures are unique; some gestures may be the same with other cultures. However, there are certain gestures that we can identify as very Filipino. As I observed the people around me, there are a few gestures that I noticed that I was not even aware that we do but actually do quite often. I come to realize that conversations and situations would be bland without these gestures that we have become accustomed to one way or another....
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  • Posture and Gestures - 824 Words
    Posture and Gestures Posture In humans, posture can provide important nonverbal communication. Posture deals with: how the body is positioned in relation to another person or group of persons (for example, leaning stance, posture, standing, sitting, etc.) and how they are positioned relative to each other various body parts (eg leg imposed on the leg, hand in pocket, etc.) physique, that is how the body looks like (for example, whether it is large, has a broad back, weak legs, large...
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  • Gesture Vocalizer - 2755 Words
    Microcontroller and Sensors Based Gesture Vocalizer Abstract: - Gesture Vocalizer is a large scale multi-microcontroller based system being designed to facilitate the Communication among the dumb, deaf and blind communities and their communication with the normal people. This system can be dynamically reconfigured to work as a “smart device”. In this paper, microcontroller and sensors based gesture vocalizer is presented. Gesture vocalizer discussed is basically a data glove and a...
    2,755 Words | 9 Pages
  • Importance of Symbols and Gestures - 587 Words
    Signs ,Symblos and Gestures:  A sign is something we directly encounter, yet at the same time it refers to something else. Thunder is a sign of rain. A punch in the nose is a sign of anger. An arrow is a sign of whatever it points toward.  Symbols expand the notions of signs and signals. Symbols are characterized by rich meanings that are multiple, fluid, diverse, layered, complex, and frequently predicated on metaphorical associations that assert an analogy between things from...
    587 Words | 2 Pages
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  • Gestures Around the World - 1245 Words
    Gestures Around the World General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience of the different meanings of specific gestures in certain countries or cultures. Central Idea: The thumbs up, v sign, and other gestures common in western culture may be offensive or not depending on where they are used. Method of Organization: Topical Introduction Imagine 20 years from now and you have finally achieved your childhood goal of becoming President of the United...
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  • Gesture Recognition a Survey - 9479 Words
    IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SYSTEMS, MAN, AND CYBERNETICS—PART C: APPLICATIONS AND REVIEWS, VOL. 37, NO. 3, MAY 2007 311 Gesture Recognition: A Survey Sushmita Mitra, Senior Member, IEEE, and Tinku Acharya, Senior Member, IEEE Abstract—Gesture recognition pertains to recognizing meaningful expressions of motion by a human, involving the hands, arms, face, head, and/or body. It is of utmost importance in designing an intelligent and efficient human–computer interface. The applications of gesture...
    9,479 Words | 27 Pages
  • Contemporary Worship Gestures - 1776 Words
    Running head: Contemporary Worship Gestures Contemporary Worship Gestures Contemporary Worship Gestures Every Sunday in churches across the globe, Christian believers come together to worship. These people come from all walks of life and various denominational backgrounds to experience and glorify God together. Just as verbal cues are important, non-verbal gestures are also important and play a large part in these church services. ET Hall (2010) stated that “those of us who keep our...
    1,776 Words | 5 Pages
  • Body Language and Gestures - 840 Words
    BODY LANGUAGE – GESTURES Aarti Takawane BODY LANGUAGE • only as less as 15% is expressed with words, more than 50% is expressed through your body •Sense organs in play • Left and right brain •Subconscious signals BODY LANGUAGE - FACE & EYE • Feelings, attitudes & emotions- more than body • Sarcastic comments/ sincere • Eyes- lying • Establish bond • Involve EYES (AS YOU SEE THEM) Eyes - upward to the right (their left). Trying to recall memories. Eyes -...
    840 Words | 10 Pages
  • Perception of Gestures in Different Cultures
    PERCEPTION OF GESTURES IN DIFFERENT CULTURES RESEARCH REPORT CLASS: Research techniques YEAR: 2011/2012 STUDENT: Ida Sotlar Hvalec, 506428 RESEARCH REPORT CLASS: Research techniques YEAR: 2011/2012 STUDENT: Ida Sotlar Hvalec, 506428 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………………………….………..2 2. HUMAN COMMUNICATION…………………………………………………….…………2 3. DEFINITION OF GESTURES…………………………………………………………………..4 4.1 MEANINGS OF THE SAME GESTURE AMONG DIFFERENT...
    2,637 Words | 8 Pages
  • Gesture Recognition Technology - 2369 Words
    INDUSTRY TRENDS Will GestureRecognition Technology Point the Way? David Geer existing peripherals can’t already achieve, or users won’t see the point in spending the time and money on the technology,” said Jackie Fenn, a Fellow in emerging trends and technologies for Gartner, a market research firm. GESTURE-RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY In the early 1960s, users could move a light-emitting pen to control the Sketchpad computer-aided design system. Several subsequent commercial systems also...
    2,369 Words | 9 Pages
  • Gestures and Postures in Social Signal Processing
    Gestures and Postures in Social Signal Processing∗ Resul Collaku Department of Informatics Bulevard de Perolles 90 1700 Fribourg, Switzerland ABSTRACT This paper concentrates on two important types of behavioral cues, gestures and postures, how are they recognized, algorithms used for recognizing gestures and postures, in what kind of application areas are they used, their classification and interaction with Social Signal Processing (SSP). In this context, a...
    2,711 Words | 12 Pages
  • The behavior of nonverbal gestures at pauses in speech
    The behavior of nonverbal gestures at pauses in speech Studies that have examined bodily gesture reach a wide variety of conclusions as to the nature of gesture in relation to speech. Some hypothesize that the two occur in synchrony and are part of an integrated cognitive system ,while others hypothesize that gesture is a paralinguistic phenomenon serving to aid speech production, and occurs more often when speech becomes difficult.These theories however are based on results from studies...
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  • Television Remote Control By Hand Gesture
    Television Remote Control by Hand Gesture Name ID A.K.M Ahsanuzzaman 11-18642-1 Saikat Acharjee 11-18028-1 Pulak Barua 11-18778-1 Partha Pratim Barua 11-18070-1 Md Nishadul Hoque Shah 11-18774-1 Contents Introduction HCI Methods Gesture Recognition Wand Filter Module Pixel Filters Finding Coordinates Gesture Generator Module  Gesture to Command Conclusion Introduction With the development of technology, television has evolved to a great extent with its high definition...
    1,668 Words | 9 Pages
  • Communication with Hand Gestures in Three Dimensional Software
    Communication with Hand Gestures in Three Dimensional Animations Introduction As we all know, bodily communication, or non-verbal communication (NVC), plays a central part in human interaction and can be very effective in conveying an attitude or an opinion. There are many types of non-verbal communication ranging from the more blatant expressions (happy, sad) to much more obscure body positions where both parties are unaware of their communications between each other. Although there are...
    2,230 Words | 7 Pages
  • Difference Between Professionals' and Non-Professionals' Interpretation on Hand Gestures
    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION In our interaction with the world around us, we always communicate to different people, especially in our everyday activities, like riding a cab, choosing a meal for breakfast, schooling, shopping, and a lot more. This interactions use our body and these convey different interpretations to people, like hand gestures it is a non verbal communication which we used consciously and unconsciously that can actually replace a verbal phrase according to Laurie Wilhem (1993) this...
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  • Ib Ta Research- How Do the Kunqu Actors Use Gesture to Express the Story of Peach Blossom Fan?
    KunQu Opera AmyWang Research question: How do the KunQu actors use gesture to express the story of Peach Blossom Fan? KunQu Opera is one of the most gorgeous and remarkable culture arts that created by ancient folk artist at the district of KunShan near Suzhou in the mid- fourteen century. After developing over 600 years, KunQu then stood out significantly amount different types of opera in China. The most characterized elements are KunQu’s unique tunes and melodies, and various...
    1,286 Words | 4 Pages
  • Hand Gesture Recognition Technology Based Wireless Surveillance Bomb Diffusing Robot with Mobile Jamming Technique
    Hand Gesture Recognition Technology Based Wireless Surveillance Bomb Diffusing Robot with Mobile Jamming Technique Title of the project : Hand gesture recognition technology based wireless surveillance bomb diffusing robot with mobile rjamming technique Domain : Robotics, Wireless Communication Software : Embedded C, Keil, Proload Microcontroller : AT89S52 Power Supply : +9V, 500mA Regulated Power Supply Display : Television Crystal : 11.0592MHz Communication...
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  • 3 2 Workfile B ChoiceB
    Part I: Nonverbal Communication Try This: Research what one hand gesture means in a different country. (You may ask people from other countries/and or conduct your own web search or library search for answers). Some suggested countries/cultures to research might be: Italy, Japan, China, Greece, and the Middle East (18 points) Hand gesture:foward faceing palm to head Country/Culture referenced:Germany What does it mean? It is to salute a millitary officer ans a for of respect Part II:...
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  • Sixth sense technology - 827 Words
    Sixth Sense Technology P.M.kumar B.Tech II Abstract: this document gives information for 'sixth sense' which is a wearable gestural interface that augments the physical world around us with digital information and lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information. Without use of keyboard, mouse we can see videos access, change, move data simply. But this concept bottle necks lead to modification of the same by using commands instead of gestures. Speech ic is used...
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  • Shiva Nataraja - 781 Words
    Janette Sanchez Period 2 Art History AP May 16, 2011 Shiva Nataraja Hinduism is not one religion but many related beliefs and numerous factions. There are various deities but there are only three gods that are the most well-known. Shiva is one of the three most popular Hindu deities. He is usually depicted in small statues that show him performing the Cosmic Dance. The statues all impose unique movements, his anatomical features, and their functions that unite all of its qualities...
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  • Importance of Non Verbal Communication
    Nonverbal Communication defined as a communication without words. By this means the communication which is understood by the style, gesture, posture, facial expressions and the other body Language. It has been mentioned by the many people that nonverbal communication covers the 90% of the total communication and only 10% of the total communication is covered by the verbal communication. The common and few example of nonverbal communication are shown below which doesn’t require any words as it...
    735 Words | 3 Pages
  • Lfm 3.2b - 481 Words
    Part I: Nonverbal Communication Try This: Research what one hand gesture means in a different country. (You may ask people from other countries/and or conduct your own web search or library search for answers). Some suggested countries/cultures to research might be: Italy, Japan, China, Greece, and the Middle East (18 points) Hand gesture: Thumb and index finger together Country/Culture referenced: Japan What does it mean? Money Part II: Nonverbal Communication and Active...
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  • 3 2 Workfile B ChoiceB
    Part I: Nonverbal Communication Try This: Research what one hand gesture means in a different country. (You may ask people from other countries/and or conduct your own web search or library search for answers). Some suggested countries/cultures to research might be: Italy, Japan, China, Greece, and the Middle East (18 points) Hand gesture: C'è da fare o no?... Country/Culture referenced: Italy What does it mean? Yes or no? Part II: Nonverbal Communication and Active Listening Choice...
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  • 3 2 Workfile B ChoiceB
    Part I: Nonverbal Communication Try This: Research what one hand gesture means in a different country. (You may ask people from other countries/and or conduct your own web search or library search for answers). Some suggested countries/cultures to research might be: Italy, Japan, China, Greece, and the Middle East (18 points) Hand gesture: Country/Culture referenced: What does it mean? Part II: Nonverbal Communication and Active Listening Choice #2: Review the video recorded interviews...
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  • Health and social care Unit 1 M3
    In this essay I will be analysing the communication and interpersonal interaction that took place in various sectors such one to one interaction, group interaction and how effective these skills and other elements in the health and social care setting such as the environment was being demonstrated. To demonstrate effective communicational skills one must use one to one interaction for example to communicate. This was done through acting skills such as hand gestures that can be used as a...
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  • A Fruitfull Tomorrow for the English Century Learners
    A Fruitful Tomorrow/ for the 21'st Century/ English Learners by: Dr. Araceli P. Villacarlos English/ the language of the universe! This Lingua Franca will make history on all affairs Because it is everything in every breath we take As a vehicle of communication it can make or break! The world is in the stage/ of various transitions Economically/ politically/ rapidly/ it changes options. The emerging global economy/ is both independent /and competitive It reflects the global...
    639 Words | 4 Pages
  • Kssr Lesson Plan Format
    |Subject |English Language | |Date |21 March 2013 | |Time |5.05 p.m. – 5.35 p.m. (30 minutes) | |Class |2J...
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  • Strictly Ballroom Essay - 1551 Words
    'To what extent does the ‘Toledo Milk Bar’ scene inform your judgment of the film as a whole in relation to the evolving nature of one’s sense of identity and belonging? In your response make detailed reference to the ‘Toledo Milk Bar’ scene and at least TWO other scenes from the film.' The nature of one's sense of identity and belonging may be shaped by a range of factors but is predominantly influenced by family. However belonging to a family may enable but also inhibit an individual's...
    1,551 Words | 4 Pages
  • How to Communicate Effectively - 2005 Words
    How to Communicate Effectively No matter your age, background, or experience, effective communication is a skill you can learn. The greatest leaders of all time are also fantastic communicators and orators. In fact, communications is one of the most popular college degrees today; people recognize the value of a truly efficient communicator. With a little self-confidence and knowledge of the basics, you'll be able to get your point across in no time. Part 1 of 5: Creating the right environment...
    2,005 Words | 5 Pages
  • Weekly Assignment - Short Writing About Impression, Different Cultural Situations, Teaching, Cutltural Misunderstanding, Meeting, Gambling, Etc.
    * Week 5 - Impression or Image People see other's face first when they look at each others. One’s face is the most important part when we judge or guess people, since it usually reflects the character of people. Also, there is saying that a man's face tells a great deal about character. Lookism that rampant in our society came from these kinds of practices. We get used to describe people with their face. Especially, Korea has become a beauty-oriented society where people are judged more...
    5,564 Words | 14 Pages
  • Patryk and Kasia Wezowski - 635 Words
    11/05/2014 Activity 3.3 - Case Study Patryk and Kasia Wezowski study how facial expressions gave away who was going to win the last Presidential election. The couple studies micro-facial expressions in different cultures. They explain that good leaders in business know how to use micro-facial expressions to their advantage. Some of the examples of facial expressions is with how different cultures display content and disgust. Depending on the culture they show disgust in different ways....
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  • Sixth Sense Technology - 1452 Words
    1. Introduction As human beings we are most concerned about physical and digital information. We are growing up with the physical objects around us. We are really fond of interacting with physical objects instead of computing devices. Sixth Sense Technology is a mini-projector coupled with a camera and a cell phone which acts as the computer and connected to the Cloud, all the information stored on the web [4].Before implementing the sixth sense technology the inventor tried to combine the...
    1,452 Words | 5 Pages
  • Demonstrative Communication - 421 Words
    Demonstrative Communication BCOM/275 Laurie Brown Demonstrative Communication When we think about communication, lots of things come to mind. We may think about verbally telling someone something, we may think about sending a text message or writing an email. We can communicate through the internet and verbally through our cell phones; there are many ways in which we communicate. There is a lesser known form of communication called “demonstrative communication” which is a...
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  • American Gangster - 569 Words
    Symbolic Interaction theory refers to the ongoing language or gestures that can affect a conversation. Within this conversation it has a symbolic meaning which affects how one reacts to the conversation within a family. Sign Language is a very popular form of the symbolic interaction theory, because when using sign language you are demonstrating different gestures to communicate with another person. Symbolic Interactions theory was a very popular theory seen throughout the movie, as far as the...
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  • Week 5 MLE - 336 Words
    October 20, 2013 President Carter’s Speech 1. What structure would you say this speech follows? In your opinion, what words or sections in the speech indicate the structure? The structure this speech follows is the tell/sell presentation .I noticed is that he used an effective opening that grabbed the attention of the public. When he said that never talked about dreams, hopes and vision of the future people began to get more comfortable I...
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  • Unintended Ways to Offend - 3148 Words
    unintended ways to offend your foreign friends. Before you communicate with people in different cultures, you need to understand the meaning of gestures. Those considered as a good gestures in one country may be termed as an offensive gesture in some countries. So, if you are a frequent flier to different countries, improve your communication skills by learning the meaning of hand gestures. Read more at Buzzle:
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  • Sixth Sense Technology - 616 Words
    SSSSSABOUTS[pic] 'SixthSense' is a wearable gestural interface that augments the physical world around us with digital information and lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information. We've evolved over millions of years to sense the world around us. When we encounter something, someone or some place, we use our five natural senses to perceive information about it; that information helps us make decisions and chose the right actions to take. But arguably the most useful...
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  • Body Language - 98198 Words
    Allan and Barbara Pease are the internationally renowned experts in human relations and body language, whose 20 million book sales worldwide have turned them into household names. People's body language reveals that what they say is often very different from what they think or feel. It is a scientific fact that people's gestures give away their true intentions. Every day we are confronted by hundreds of different signals that can mean anything from 'That's a great idea' to 'You must be...
    98,198 Words | 294 Pages
  • shadow bot - 2217 Words
    Humanoid Shadow Robot Using Kinect Technology Ratul Aggarwal *, Pranjal Katara** Abstract - The Shadow bot is a basic humanoid with 19 degrees of freedom. At first site, it appears to be just like any other humanoid robot but the real difference comes in when we go inside its working mechanism. Shadow bot works on the principle of wireless human-robot interface. It will take user’s body motion as an input and move just like him/her. It’s more like giving sight to the robot and it’ll mimicries...
    2,217 Words | 7 Pages
  • The Paper - 589 Words
    Introductory Speech Review There is a famous quote by Sir Winston Churchill that tickles my heart every time I hear it. The statement is as follows, “A good speech should be like a woman’s skirt: long enough to cover the subject and short enough to create interest.” Coming from one of the most influential speakers of the twentieth century, the words strike true for nearly any speech, and I can certainly apply it to my own. As a general rule, I dislike watching myself present a speech. I find...
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  • communication - 1374 Words
    Communication 1.1 Communication is something we do every day, and we must learn to do from the day we are born, in order to interact with others and become a functional member of society. We must constantly improve our communication skills in order to express how we feel, to understand the needs of others, to listen and to learn. There are many different ways in which we are able to communicate, verbal is just one and the most common, we also communicate with actions and expressions. For...
    1,374 Words | 4 Pages
  • CELTA Lesson Plan Offers funtional language
    Tutor’s comments: things that went well Stage number & aims Lesson Procedure Timing & Interaction Tutor’s comments: things to consider 1.Lead in to set context for the lesson. Do not point. Under hand gestures. No hands in pockets. T - Put name labels on desk next to Sts. Context – Looking at the Clive and Linda story. T – show the pictures and ask sts; Who is this? What happened to her? Who is this? What happened to him? 1 mins. TTT (1)...
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  • Gender Difference in Nonverbal Communication
    Running Head: Gender Difference in Nonverbal Communication Observational Research on Gender Difference in Nonverbal Communication Annie Murray, Mia , Lacresha McElrath Columbia College HUMS 300, Summer Term Abstract This paper examines the issue of gender differences in the use of hand gestures as a form of nonverbal communication. While there is perhaps a tendency, at least in the U.S., to assume that women surpass men in this particular...
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  • Sixth Sense - 4481 Words
    SIXTH SENSE TECHNOLOGY 1.INTRODUCTION Although miniaturized versions of computers help us to connect to the digital world even while we are travelling there aren’t any device as of now which gives a direct link between the digital world and our physical interaction with the real world. Usually the information’s are stored traditionally on a paper or a digital storage device. Sixth sense technology helps to bridge this gap between tangible and...
    4,481 Words | 14 Pages
  • Sixth Sense Technology - 533 Words
    SixthSense is a usable gestural interface device comprising a neckworn pendant that contains both a data projector and camera. The neckworn projector and camera combination was first proposed by MIT Media Lab student Steve Mann.[1] The concept was further developed by Pranav Mistry, while he was also a student at the MIT Media Lab. Mistry is now a team leader in Samsung Electronics's Silicon Valley office. Contents [hide] * 1 Construction and workings * 2 Example applications *...
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  • Reaction Paper on Ccp's Staged Reading
    A Critique on Virgin Labfest’s Stage Reading Tanghalang Pilipino and Writer’s Bloc created Virgin Labfest which is a festival for new plays, untried, untested, unpublished and unstaged. It is done by virgin playwrights or first-time playwrights, first-time writers or also known as extra-virgins and born-again virgins or the professional writers with new works. The plays are selected from different scripts sent by writers from all over the country. Virgin Labfest is held at The Cultural Center...
    1,830 Words | 5 Pages
  • Like A Winding Sheet - 1138 Words
    Like a Winding Sheet Have you ever had the feeling, of a tingling in your fingers, hands and arms? Just like a prickly and stinging feeling in the skin. The feeling of being out of control, of your own body can be scary. If the tingling in your arms is too constant and the physical need, the brain convinces itself to hurt someone, just to clear the stress, becomes too overwhelming, then what? Do you react or control yourself? The last can be really difficult, because the stress will build up....
    1,138 Words | 3 Pages
  • Nonverbal and Communication Flvs - 630 Words
    Part I: Nonverbal Communication Try This: Research what one hand gesture means in a different country. (You may ask people from other countries/and or conduct your own web search or library search for answers). Some suggested countries/cultures to research might be: Italy, Japan, China, Greece, and the Middle East (18 points) Hand gesture: One hand gesture that Italy has that the United States doesn't have the same meaning as is pointing both index fingers and moving them in a up and...
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  • A Rewarding Experience in My Life
    A rewarding experience ever in my life Since early childhood, I have made numerous trips to more than twenty countries. However, most of the trips did not stay in my memory long as they were just for fun and enjoyment. The trip that meant to me the most was the School Adventure Week trip to Cambodia this year. With the curiosity of exploring what a less developed country was like and the desire to offer community service to those in need, I chose to participate in this trip. My first...
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  • Kayla &Kupono - Addiction - 624 Words
    DANCE ANALYSIS Kayla &Kupono - Addiction This dance is a very emotional dance. It really connects with people in many different ways. You can interpret this dance in so many ways. It is intended to be based on addiction and this message comes across so well through this dance. The movements really show that the girl is struggling with the boy (‘the drug.’) Suspension and Sustainment are used very well in this dance. A lot of the suspension in this dance leads to the...
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  • Public Speaking - 856 Words
    PUBLIC SPEAKING I. ELEMENTS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING A. THE SPEAKER The main element of public speaking He is seen as a person full of ideas, knowledge, and principles in life that in one way or another can inspire them in the challenges of life. CHARACTERISTICS OF AN EFFECTIVE SPEAKER 1. GOOD VOICE QUALITY Good voice quality/variety is a good tool to captivate audience’s attention especially when doing a narration. 2. KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUBJECT MATTER The more and broader you know about the...
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  • Analysis of the Painting Dying Mazzini
    Formal analysis of painting The Dying Mazzini Is death always painful? In his 1873 portrait, The Dying Mazzini (30 1/8” X 39 ½”, Providence, RISD Museum), Italian realist painter Silvestro Lega captures the final hours of Mazzini Morente’s life. In this painting, rather than depict the terror of death, a topic which people dislike and always associate with separation, fear, agony and sadness, Lega shows an incredibly peaceful and serene scene of dying Mazzini. With his eyes...
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  • 6th Sense Technology - 2389 Words
    Proceedings of the International Conference on Communication and Computational Intelligence – 2010, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Erode, T.N.,India.27 – 29 December,2010.pp.336-339. Sixth Sense Technology S. Sadhana Rao#1 #1, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Anna University of Technology, Coimbatore Jothipuram Campus, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India 1 Abstract—This paper deals with the latest technology called the sixth sense. It’s a...
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  • Body Language - 37422 Words
    1 GESTURE CLUSTERS Like any other language, body language consists of words, sentences and punctuation. Each gesture is like a single word and a word may have several different meanings. It is only when you put the word into a sentence with other words that you can fully understand its meaning. Gestures come in ‘sentences’ and invariably tell the truth about a person’s feelings or attitudes. The ‘perceptive’ person is one who can read the nonverbal sentences and accurately match them...
    37,422 Words | 113 Pages
  • How People from Different Backgrounds Communicate in Different Ways Health N Social Care
    Effective communication is a key role in providing effective healthcare. After all, communication is needed to determine a client/patient’s concerns, to diagnose an illness, to explain the recommended treatment, to obtain consent for treatment, to explain aftercare, ect and when communication is ineffective, healthcare becomes ineffective Although certain basic healthcare principles apply to all clients/patients, regardless of their background, . Everyone, even the best-trained health...
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  • English Paper on Indian Classical Dancing
    Indian Classical Dance Friedrich Nietzsche once said “I would only believe in a God who knows how to dance.” This quote shows the power of dancing and all it has to offer. There are many different dance forms throughout the world. Most of us are accustomed to the most popular forms such as Salsa, Break dancing, Ballroom dancing, Ballet, Hip-Hop dancing but apart from all these dancing there are many other dance forms that are not so known. History has proven that dancing has always been the...
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  • Final Year Projects - 5965 Words
    Final Year Projects 2K6-Computer |Serial # |Project List |Supervisor | |1 |Project Title: Visual tool audit |Dr. Hafiz Adnan Habib | | | |(Chairman) |...
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  • Poems compare - 625 Words
    Compare/ Contrast The poets have recited in their own gestures and tones with different types of emotion to deliver the message to their audience. In Neil Hilborn’s “OCD,” Hilborn expresses himself of how it is like to live with having obsessive-compulsive disorder. With the disorder he lives with he shows how much it affected him. First he went from being obsess with objects to falling in-love with a girl. So, the way he shows his emotion to the audience is furious throughout the whole way....
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  • 11th Flattner - 583 Words
    Kathmandu University School Of Management (KUSOM) Management Information System (MIS): Assignment 1 11th Flattener “Sixth Sense Technology” Submitted To: Mr. Sandip Timsina Course Instructor Submitted By: Alisha Shah (12327) MBA – Term III, Date : 9th October, 2012 11th Flattener “The Sixth Sense Technology” 11th Flattener “The Sixth Sense Technology” Innovation is the essence of the 21’st century .Innovation and integration taking place all over the world has...
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  • Clarry - The Shifting Heart
    • Essential questions • Emotional and sense memory • Eight efforts (Punching) As a student actor, I apply Stanislvaski techniques of essential questions, emotional and sense memory, and Laban’s techniques of eight efforts to create a representational characterization of Clarry in the play ‘The Shifting Heart’. The character Clarry is exposed to the prominent racial theme of the Australian 1950s. Clarry is married and deeply in love with Gino. However, the racial themes amongst Australia in...
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  • Cultural Differences in Discourse - 1745 Words
    Ostroh Academy National University Department of Romance and Germanic Languages Cultural Differences in Discourse Holovchenko I. ЗA-41 Ostroh, 2013 CONTENTS Introduction………………………………………………………………………3 1. Cultural Gestures………………………………………………………4-5 2. Address as a Sociolinguistic Marker in the Cultural Discourse……….6-9 Conclusion………………………………………………………………………10 List of the Literature…………………………………………………………….11...
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  • Daily Dairy - 654 Words
    First day back at placement after Easter Holiday, I greeted children in to class as their parents dropped them in to class in the morning. Straight away children where learning through play. My morning duty was to supervise children and play with them. There was Lego, foam on a table, a table with sand and toys set out for the children. Girl A speaks Bengali at the moment learning to speak English. But she said whistle in Bengali as she was pouring sand through a windmill toy. Girl B...
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  • Reflective Account on Communication - 792 Words
    Reflective account on communication This assignment is a reflective account on communicating with a patient who cannot communicate verbally. To remain confidential I will call the patient, Patient A. I’m going to discuss the importance of non-verbal communication within a healthcare setting. Patient A was a 63 year old lady suffering from MND which resulted in her losing her speech. This was my first shift back from having a few days off and I returned to work on a night shift. Patient A...
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  • miss - 398 Words
    Promote communication skills in a health,Social care , childrens or young peoples setting. 1.1 The reasons people communicate is to ask for informantion,share information, show there feelings and express there thoughts. 1.2 Communication affects relationships in the setting because to build a good one with a young person or adult you need to communicate and start a foundation of a relationship. 2.1 To demonstrate the wishes and needs of others you may need to listen well, use picture...
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