Handbook of Language and Social Psychology
Howard Giles, W. Peter Robinson
Wiley, Apr 27, 1990 - Psychology - 618 pages
This important handbook, with chapters written by leading experts in their fields, is concerned with the integration of verbal and nonverbal features in communication. Not just a collection of readings, it examines how verbal and nonverbal systems in communication work. Contributions combine solid reviews of the current research and findings as well as important theoretical and practical problems, with suggestions for future directions of research in the study of language and its use.
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Introduction to Section 1
Language and Emotion
Language and Social Influence
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