Organization of Behavior in Face-to-face Interaction

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Adam Kendon, Richard M. Harris, Mary Ritchie Key
Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1975 - Anthropology - 509 pages
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Contents

Ideas
19
Human Linguistics and FacetoFace Interaction
47
Models and Epistemologies in the Study of Interaction
63
When Infant and Adult Communicate How Do They
95
Tonic Aspects of Behavior in Interaction
128
An Example
151
MicroTerritories in Human Interaction
159
One Function of Proxemic Shifts in FacetoFace Interaction
175
Signs to Language
315
Problems and Methods of Psycholinguistics in FacetoFace
339
Territoriality and the Spatial Regulation of Interaction
357
Play and an Emer
389
Interactions and the Control of Behavior
415
Japan and the United
427
CultureStyle Factors in FacetoFace Interaction
457
Postscript to Expressive
477

Coverbal Behavior Associated with Conversation Turns
189
Communicative Functions of Phatic Communion
215
The Correlation of Gestures and Verbalizations in First
241
Linguistic and Paralinguistic Interchange
277

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