MSU COM 225 - Nonverbal Competence (4 pages)

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COM 225 1nd Edition Lecture 4 Outline of Last Lecture Moving from interpersonal to mass mediated there is a change in A Physical proximity B Ability to deliver and receive feedback immediately C Formality of roles D Ability to adapt messages E Degree to which communicative goals and purposes are planned structured Outline of Current Lecture I Nonverbal Competence II Defining nonverbal communication III Power of nonverbal communication IV Functions of nonverbal communication V Nonverbal codes VI Expectancy violations theory Current Lecture I Nonverbal communication is prevalent A Between 60 93 of communication that we engage in is nonverbal II Two forms of nonverbal communication A Spontaneous communication intentional B Symbolic communication unintentional C Important the same nonverbal belabor could be spontaneous or symbolic III The power of nonverbal codes A Trusted These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute B Emotionally powerful C Universal meaning 1 More spontaneous more universal D More continuous flowing whether talking or not E Clustered IV How we use nonverbals 3 functions A Expressing meaning above and beyond what you can do with words show emotions disgust anger happy etc B Modifying verbal messages change shift or add to something you say 1 Complementing 2 Accenting 3 Repeating 4 Substituting 5 Contradicting C Regulating end start or keep conversation flowing V Organizing the 7 nonverbal codes A Visual communication system B Auditory communication system C Invisible communication system VI Visual Communication system 1 Proxemics Environments territories 1st part Environments produce emotional reactions along three dimensions Arousal nonarousal Dominance submissiveness Pleasure displeasure speech in Ex What emotional reaction would you have to giving a front of 500 people emotional arousal dominant pleasure displeasure submissiveness 2nd part



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