Student Name Course Tutor Date Nonverbal Communication Nonverbal communication entails sending and receiving messages by utilizing human actions and behavior instead of using words (Hans p.47). A significant percentage of our daily communication consists of nonverbal communication. Our responses utilize these cues. There are some nonverbal cues that we can use to communicate our intentions and needs to others. The well-known cues include kinesics proxemics haptics chronemics and paralanguage. Paralanguage can be classified a positive nonverbal cue. Touch can either be positive or negative depending on how competent we are. Works Cited "Types of Nonverbal Communication | Communication In The Real World: An Introduction To Communication Studies." Open.lib.umn.edu. N.p. 2018. Web. 4 Mar. 2018. "Exploring Nonverbal Communication." Nonverbal.ucsc.edu. N.p. 2018. Web. 4 Mar. 2018. Hans A. and E. Hans. "Kinesics Haptics and Proxemics: Aspects of Non-Verbal Communication." Journal Of Humanities And Social Science 20.2 (2015): 47-48. [...]
Non-stop communication Directions: 1.Read and research Nonverbal Communication by using the following link: http://nonverbal.ucsc.edu 2. Write a 5 paragraph Essay on non-verbal communication, don't forget to pay close attention to grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Type your essy using a word processor (such as Microsoft word) with 12-point font, double spaced and 1 inch margins. **As an alternative, try this from one of our students who made this a very understandable exercise - Thanks Kathleen! :) There is a wealth if information on Youtube and that is sufficient. Find something you like on nonverbal communication then, 1) describe what it is 2) List the cues 3) Give an example of positive cues 4) give a negative example 5) Then Pull it all together in a summary. Try to make this a 5 paragraph essay.