The Silent Language

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Greenwood Press, 1973 - Social Science - 217 pages
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Leading anthropologist Edward Hall analyzes the many aspects of non-verbal communication amd considers the concepts of space and time as tools for transmission of messages in this fascinating study. The Silent Language is a work of interest to both the intelligent general reader and the sophisticated social scientist.

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2 stars - It was OK. I think I had expectations for this book that it did not live up to. This is to be a book to help people understand that how we (Westerners) approach life and communication can be ... Read full review

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For a book about the silent language, it's an awful lot about the not silent language. Read full review


chapter one THE VOICES OF TIME
chapter two WHAT IS CULTURE?
chapter three THE VOCABULARY

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