Nonverbal Communication - Illinois State University

Nonverbal Communication - Illinois State University

Nonverbal Communication COM COM 372 372 Theory Theory and and Research Research in in

Intercultural Intercultural Communication Communication Defining Nonverbal Communication Messages people send to others that do not contain words, such as messages tsent through body motions; vocal qualities; and the use of time, space, artifacdts, dress, and

even smell (Neuliep, 2006, p. 286) When senders OR receivers give meaning? (That is, when behavior has meaning potential) NOTE: Not sign language (which is verbal) Relation to Verbal Comm The role of emblems Signs and symbols Indexical

Iconic Symbolic Attribution Paralanguage (neither V nor NV!) Relation to Verbal Comm

Repetition Substitution Accentuation Compliment Contradict Regulate

Functions of NVC Replacing/Amplifying verbal messages Sending uncomfortable messages Impression management Identity management Goals: persuasion, comfort, etc.

Clarifying relationships Channels & Issues of NVC Issue #1: Emotion Channels involved Kinesics Posture Gesture

Emblems Illustrators Adaptors Regulators Affect Display

Channels & Issues of NVC Issue #1: The Question Is facial display of emotion universal? The evidence Display rules Issue #2: Contact Cultures: Is it useful to think of,

group cultures in terms of contact behaviors? Channels & Issues of NVC Issue #2: Contact Cultures Definition: Channels involved Proxemics Levels of space (Table 1)

Territory (primary, secondary, tertiary, national) Queuing rules Oculesics

Haptics Olfactics Body angle Spacethe final frontier Territory Primary, secondary, tertiary Marking your territory Examples

Personal space ET Halls in the zone Space violations: EVT Background Arousal Theory: Arousal Negative Evaluation Equilibrium Theory: Disequilibrium Compensation Both assume violations of expecations will be bad!

Main Point We as individuals, have expectations about interaction with others. These expectations include many things such as physical proximity, speech rate, volume, eye contact and touching. Normally, we are not aware of these expectations until they are violated. These expectations form the focus of the theory. These violations are interpreted on a continuum of valences from bad to good. Main Concepts Expectancies (Expectations

Enduring patterns of anticipated verbal and nonverbal behaviors Two kinds: predictive & prescriptive Predictive- the degree to which a behavior is regarded as appropriate, desired, or preferred Prescriptive- idealized standards of conduct rather than actual communicative practice Three sources (Interaction Adaptation Theory): Characteristic behavior of the person (modal) Social expectations for the situation

Receivers desired behavior in the situation Channels & Issues of NVC Issue #3: Time Linear/Cyclical Polychronic/Monochronic Past/Present/Future Formal/Informal On-time v. In time

Channels & Issues of NVC Issue #4: Silence & Sound Paralinguistics & the problem of volume The use & meaning of silence(s) Bassos hypothesis Braithwaites extension Other silences On misunderstanding silence

& sound Beginning to theorize http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fda G7ULqAo&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbd1tr Nz9bY Semiotics Many views/aspects!

Roland Barthes (Mythologies) 1. Sign = signifier + signified 2. Sign systems (codes) 3. Ideology (sign/semiotic shift, myth)

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