Nonverbal Communication Systems
Nonverbal Communication Systems is designed to meet these specific criteria. The contents should readily suggest a direct and defensible format for organizing a course in nonverbal communication. Perhaps more importantly, this book provides students with practical and accurate tests of their encoding and decoding capacity, whether they are using facial communication, vocalic communication, tactile communication, or any other of the nonverbal systems presented in this book.
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THE KINESIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEM 19
THE ARTIFACTUAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
THE VOCALIC COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
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