ASSIGNMENT ID
1014257
SUBJECT AREA Communications
DOCUMENT TYPE Other types
CREATED ON 19th June 2019
COMPLETED ON 19th June 2019
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Several things are important when doing a presentation. For example, McCaeveral things are important when doing a presentation. For example, McCarthy and Hatcher (2010) state that both verbal (like intonation, volume and speech rate) and non-verbal (clothing, making gestures, use of the space) are important. With this assignment we focus primarily on the latter, and in particular what happens in someone's face. For this assignment we use video material from negotiations. For this assignment you first read the document "Non-verbal communication - What you are unconsciously telling". Then you watch the video clips and indicate which elements of the theory you see in the videos. In addition, you provide an explanation of what you think this non-verbal communication means. Non-verbal communication - What you are unconsciously telling June - July 1971. The United Nations Economic and Social Council meets in the Palais des Nations in Geneva. The United States and Great Britain are pushing for the establishment of a so-called Disaster Relief Coordinator. The film from which the excerpts below come revolves around one word at the heart of the disagreement. Diplomats choose their words carefully. Everything they say in public has consequences for their government. In some instances we can clearly observe compensatory behavior in the fragments as a result of suppressing emotions. Because they are aware that they are being filmed, or because they do not want to show their emotions when talking to their diplomatic colleagues. Fragment 1 (00.00 till 01.00 minutes): https://youtu.be/OcHV1j38Umw Fragment 2 (00.00 till 01.10 minutes): https://youtu.be/Vz7pug7Xs2o?list=PL3B0C672DD1871E9A Fragment 3 (00.00 till 01.30 minutes): https://youtu.be/vcKWkzAjQvg?list=PL3B0C672DD1871E9Arthy and Hatcher (2010) state that both verbal (like intonation, volume and speech rate) and non-verbal (clothing, making gestures, use of the space) are important. With this assignment we focus primarily on the latter, and in particular what happens in someone's face. For this assignment we use video material from negotiations. For this assignment you first read the document "Non-verbal communication - What you are unconsciously telling". Then you watch the video clips and indicate which elements of the theory you see in the videos. In addition, you provide an explanation of what you think this non-verbal communication means.  Non-verbal communication - What you are unconsciously telling June - July 1971. The United Nations Economic and Social Council meets in the Palais des Nations in Geneva. The United States and Great Britain are pushing for the establishment of a so-called Disaster Relief Coordinator. The film from which the excerpts below come revolves around one word at the heart of the disagreement. Diplomats choose their words carefully. Everything they say in public has consequences for their government. In some instances we can clearly observe compensatory behavior in the fragments as a result of suppressing emotions. Because they are aware that they are being filmed, or because they do not want to show their emotions when talking to their diplomatic colleagues.   Fragment 1 (00.00 till 01.00 minutes):    https://youtu.be/OcHV1j38Umw Fragment 2 (00.00 till 01.10 minutes):  https://youtu.be/Vz7pug7Xs2o?list=PL3B0C672DD1871E9A Fragment 3 (00.00 till 01.30 minutes):  https://youtu.be/vcKWkzAjQvg?list=PL3B0C672DD1871E9A
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