Monday, March 4, 2019

Verble & Non Verble Communication

Assignments Marks Allocation Breakdown Setting the scene demonstration and issue abstract Exposition Directly addresses the question Uses a panoptic range of information drawn from course material to address the issues Uses a wide range of information drawn from other sources (journals, articles, etc) to address the issues Contextualises the encyclopedism to the work roam Quality of conclusions and recommendations implemented Data collection and qualitative analysis/literature review Originality Attempts original research and analysis, creative and challenging insights to equilibrize perception Structure and presentation Logical sequence with sections well conjugated Good flow and clarity of presentation Balance amongst text, utilization of charts, diagrams, percentage pointings, sub-headings, etc Professional business-like style Compliance Word count Submission on time My topic of choice is literal and Non- oral Interpersonal Communication I wi ll assess each below 8 A) oral InterpersonalCommunication Verbal Interpersonal Communication phthisiss language as essence of communication between cultures. In languages, there are set of rules about the use of haggling in the creation of messages. The usage of language in interpersonalcommunication target be all spoken or written. Below are some features of a language or connected with language a) Phonology sounds of language ) ph wizardme smallest social unit of sound, example cat, tdk why is cat correct but not tdk, position has 45 ph one(a)mes (ch, th) c) Morphology -smallest units of meaning, example, morpheme, happy, happiness, unhappiness d) Semantics -study of meaning of words, the understanding of vocabulary in order to function in a language. There are twain types of meanings in languages i) denotative meanings public, objective, legal meanings of words ii) connotative meanings personal, emotionally aerated meanings For example, What does test mean to you? e ) Syntactics -relationships of words to one another, word order f) Pragmatics event of language on human perceptions and behaviors ) Translation transfer of written verbal codes between language, has time h) Interpretation oral process of moving from one code to another Examples of Language Language follows culturally determined patterns which limit thinking. Some examples English is linear, Arabic combines ideas through conjunctions, hard to discover of import idea when translating into English. England, Ireland, Canada, USA all speak English, is it the same? Arabic inshallah, intonation, Arabic uses exaggeration, overassertion, repetition, elaboration, 10 words for English, 100 words for Arabic. Writers Shakespeare used 34,000 words, today a good writer 15,000-20,000. Eskimos have 30 words for snow. 9 B) Non Verbal InterpersonalCommunication Non-verbal InterpersonalCommunication uses non-verbal codes as pith of communication between cultures. Non-verbal codes are as th e pursuance is a multichanneled process spontaneously performed possess nonlinguistic behaviors enacted subconsciously buttocks be intentional or unintentional is not taught, but learn through observation and experiences Characteristics of Nonverbal Codes Non-verbal codes function as a quiet language and impart meanings in subtle and covert ways, continuous, natural, blur into another, little precise. Relationship of Verbal to Nonverbal 1. accent the verbal 2. omplement the verbal (smiling, pointing) 3. neutralise the verbal (nonverbals are opposite to spoken) 4. regulate the conversation (looking, gestures) 5. substitute, take the place of the verbal ethnical Universals in Nonverbal Communication 1. same ashes parts are used 2. convey similar meanings 3. accompany verbal 4. motives are the same 5. control and coordinate contexts and relationships that are the same Cultural Variations in Nonverbal Communication 1. repertoire of behaviors are different 2. break rules wh en and where 3. interpretations of meanings. 4. random 5. idiosyncratic 6. shared meaning and significance Body Movements KinesicsRefers to gestures, head movements, facial expressions, eyes. 1. Emblems nonverbals that have direct verbal counterpart 2. Illustrators accompany the verbal, to a greater extent easily understood 3. Affect show feelings, emotions, body and face 4. Regulators synchronise behavior, control the flow of conversation 5. Adapters reaction to physical state, scratching, unintentional blank shell Proxemics Refers to how mass use physical space. Example cold means having long physical distances and warm means having smaller physical distances. Touch Affects commanding and negative feelings and may denote the following meanings playfulness control rite purpose task related Time ChronemicsHere, time is the main decisive of communication and is used in various Example, past oriented means having a circular approach to life , present oriented means enjoying the spontaneity of the situation and future oriented means tomorrow. Voice Refers to the use of different tones of voices when communicating. Example, Through pitch, rate of talking, rhythm and volume Chemical codes Here, shade is used when communicating, for example wearing perfumes 10 Conclusion 1. Communication is a process when a sender transmits a message to a pass receiver using a feature medium. The medium used can either be verbal or non-verbal, which includes printed or electronic medias. 2.Culture refers to a group of people or society that has the share the same norm (what is expected of an individual) and values (what is considered good or bad in that particular group or society). 3. A group or society that pass in close proximity with one another is called a community. 4. Cultures can be distinguished based on certain dimensions like pathetic Context Culture, High Context Culture, Individualism, Collectivism, High office staff Distance, Low Power Distanc e, Low Uncertainty Avoidance, High Uncertainty Avoidance, Masculine, Feminine, Monochronic, Polychronic, Acquired Status and Given Status. 5. For the people in a group or society to interact with one another, communication is necessary.

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