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non verbal communication

  1. Nonverbal communication is where you communicate through sending and receiving messages by actions and signs; it’s a wordless communication between people.
    Messages can be communicated through gestures, touch, body language or posture, physical distance, facial expression and eye contact, which are all types of nonverbal communication. Speech contains nonverbal elements such as rate, pitch, volume, speaking style, as well as features such as rhythm and stress. Likewise, written texts have nonverbal elements such as handwriting style, spatial arrangement of words, or the physical layout of a page. However, much of the study of nonverbal communication has focused on face-to-face interaction.
    What plays an important role in a non verbal communication is the condition where communication takes place, physical characteristics of the communicators, and behaviors of communicators during interaction.
    Body language plays important role in helping an individual to form quick impressions. Through body language, a person can convey others feelings without actually speaking a single word. It includes any body movements that an individual uses to convey message to outside world.
    Human beings are used to look for facial and behavioral expressions and to understand their meaning. The body language really can reinforce or contradict verbal messages because a person’s body discloses true feelings.
    “Action speaks louder than words”
    It means that our senses would work together with our feelings and thinking, anytime there is a gag between what we think, feel or say, the body language sends a signal to us For example, one of the most basic and powerful body-language signals is when a person sits and taps his fingers it shows how nervous he is.
    Various physical gestures such as shake hand, tapping others back, pitch of speech etc give different meaning and can be analyzed well.

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