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It gives a brief about types of non verbal communication and its functions

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NON VERBAL COMMUNICATION

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Generating information such as facial expressions, gestures and postures. Interpretation of information from received sensation from previous experiences. Represent two third of all communications It include but is not limited to : touch, eye contact, posture, gesture, sound . ENCODING DECODING Involves the process of DEFINED AS COMMUNICATION WITHOUT WORDS Sending and receiving of messages without the use of verbal codes (words ). Involve non verbal stimuli in communication generated by speaker and that has potential message value for listener.

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7 T Y P E S K O P P A C T KINESICS PARALINGUISTIC PROXEMICS ARTIFACTS CHRONEMICS TACTILICS OCULESICS

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KINESICS Communicating by body movement POSTURE GESTURE FACE EXPRESSION EYE CONTACT The way the body is held. Types of body positioning Slouching Hands in pocket Sitting with crossed legs Bowing Showing soles of feet Movement of hands, arms head, face, eyes such as Winking Nodding Rolling one’s eyes Wave hand for ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’ Motion or position of Face muscles beneath the skin. Convey emotional state of speaker to observers such as Happiness Anger Confusion Surprise When two people look at each other at same time. It is a prime non verbal way of indicating Involvement Engagement Interest Attention DIFFERENT SITTING POSTURES DIFFERENT POSTURES WHILE STANDING

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OCULESICS GAZE Study of eye movement , Eye behaviour, Gaze and E ye related non verbal communication EYE MOVEMENT PUPIL DILATION EYE CONTACT It includes Changing Eye Direction Changing Focus Following objects with Eyes Pupillary response is change in size of pupil. Also include orbital movement of eye ball, blink rate and eyelid movement. Communicating a feeling or intense desire through Eyes, either voluntarily or involuntarily When two people look at each other at same time. EYE CONTACT

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PARALINGUISTICS Study of vocal signal beyond the basic verbal message. Include element such as INFLECTION VOLUME RATE PITCH SIGH How many words spoken per minute How loud or soft is the voice Deep and audible single exhalation of air out of mouth or nose. Emphasizes certain words or syllables, with the purpose of amplifying certain aspects of the message . Pitch is a property of sound that places it on a frequency-related scale . If the frequency increases, so does the pitch. S ounds become irritating when pitch is too high and unperceivable when the pitch is too low. BOSS SHOUTING AT HIS JUNIOR BOSS SHOUTING AT HIS EMPLOYEE

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PROXEMICS I nterrelated observations and theories of man's use of space INTIMATE DISTANCE SOCIAL DISTANCE PUBLIC DISTANCE PERSONAL DISTANCE Close phase – 12 to 25 feet (3.7 to 7.6 m) Far phase – 25 feet (7.6 m) or more. Close phase – 4 to 7 feet (1.2 to 2.1 m) Far phase – 7 to 12 feet (2.1 to 3.7 m) Close phase – 1.5 to 2.5 feet (46 to 76 cm) Far phase – 2.5 to 4 feet (76 to 122 cm) Close phase – less than 6 inches (15 cm) Far phase – 6 to 18 inches (15 to 46 cm) For embracing , touching , whispering For interaction among acquaintances For interactions among good friends and family members For public relations DISTANCES INDICATING USE OF SPACE’S

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ARTIFACTS Objects having symbolic significance of personal identities and environment. JEWELERY CLOTHES HAIRSTYLE BELONGINGS Jewelry and accessories : A ring on the “ring finger” of a person’s left hand typically indicates that they are married or in an otherwise committed relationship . People now wear various types of rubber bracelets, which have become a popular form of social cause marketing, to indicate that they identify with the “ Livestrong ” movement or support breast cancer awareness and research Clothing : T he type of clothing a person wears can also serve as a form of Non verbal communication. People often use clothing to signify their age, gender, political views, and economic class . . For instance, people might wear certain types of clothing to show what their beliefs are. Muslim women may wear hijabs or a burqas EXAMPLES : Belongings : From clothes to cars, watches, briefcases, purses, and even eyeglasses, what we choose to surround ourselves with communicates something about our sense of self. TYPES OF CLOTHING TATTO DESIGNS

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CHRONEMICS R efers the study of how time affects communication and includes how different time cycles affect our communication BIOLOGICAL TIME PERSONAL TIME CULTURAL TIME PHYSICAL TIME Humans follow a circadian rhythm, meaning that we are on a daily cycle that influences when we eat, sleep, and wake. Refers to the ways in which individuals experience time. The way we experience time varies based on our mood, our interest level, and other factors. Think about how quickly time passes when you are interested in and therefore engaged in something. Physical time refers to the fixed cycles of days, years, and seasons. Some people experience seasonal affective disorder that leads them to experience emotional distress and anxiety during the changes of seasons, Cultural time refers to how a large group of people view time.

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TACTILICS / HAPTICS Study of Communication by Touch POSITIVE AFFECT PLAYFUL CONTROL RITUALISTIC ACCIDENTAL Communicate Positive Emotion. Further classified as : Support Appreciation Affection Sexual Used to lighten the Interaction. It is a behaviour not to be taken seriously. Classified as : Affection Aggression Consist of Greeting and departure Touches Greeting Departure Perceived as unintentional and meaning less Serve to direct Behaviour, Attitude and feeling state of recipient . Classified as Compliance Attention getting Announcing a Response TOUCH INDICATING SEXUAL HARRASEMENT TOUCH INDIACTING MOTHERS AFFECTION TOUCH INDICATING BELIEF IN THE PERSON TOUCH OF SYMPATHY

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REGULATING Conversation can be regulated by non verbal communication by controlling the course of Discussion. For Instance T ouching someone's arm can send a signal that you wish to speak or that you wish to interrupt. REINFORCEMENT Amount of redundant non verbal cues add to verbal message. For Instance If something tastes bad we would express our dislike accompanied with a disgusted look on our face. CONTRADICTION Use of non verbal message to negate the verbal message . For Instance if you ask how someone is and they say “good” but they roll their eyes or look down at the floor and shrug their shoulders, you know they are actually not good and they have just negated the verbal message they were sending . SUBSTITUTION O ccurs when the nonverbal message replaces the verbal message. For Instance instead of actually saying “hi” or “bye” you might just wave a hand at someone. When we are not able to speak to a person we use a nonverbal cue. FUNCTIONS

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INTERPRETATION OF SOME BODY LANGUAGES FINGERS EYES LIPS HANDS ARMS

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FINGERS Fingers Interlocked - Tensed Pointing at you - Angry OK Signal - Fine V Sign - Victory EYES Centred - Focused Gazing Up - Thinking Gazing Down - Shame Gaze on the Side - Guilty Wandering - Disinterested, Bored LIPS Parted - Relaxed, Happy Together - Possibly Concerned Wide Open - Very angry/ Very Happy HANDS On top of Head - Amazement Scratching Head - Puzzled, Confused Rubbing Eyes - Tired Rubbing Chin - Thinking, Shy ARMS Arms Crossed - Angry , disapproving Open - Honest, Accepting Fingers interlocked indicating person to be tensed and depressed Person rubbing eyes with hands Victory sign Girl gazing the sky in thinking posture

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PRESENTATION BY : ANSHIKA CHATURVEDI - A2305212445 RISHABH BHAN - A2305211081 JASMEET SINGH - A2305212454 VISHESH SALUJA - A205212456 KARTIK TARA - A2305212451

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