Advances in Non-Verbal Communication

Sociocultural, clinical, esthetic and literary perspectives

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This volume on nonverbal communication studies, the most multi- and interdisciplinary contribution to this field in almost twenty years, offers numerous suggestions for further research in many hitherto unexplored areas. The twenty contributions include the most recent theoretical and empirical crosscultural studies of gestures from historical, communicative and sociopsychological perspectives. In addition the volume presents novel psychological and clinical studies of nonverbal behaviors in connection with, for instance, aphasias and children's experience of artificial limbs. A whole section is devoted to nonverbal communication in literature and literary translation, and a discussion of art and literature, which opens new avenues for literary analysis and a better understanding of reading as a recreational experience. A unique feature is a discussion of Nonverbal Communication Studies as an academic area (including detailed outlines of three current courses), complemented by an extensive bibliography.
[Not in series, 60]  1992.  xxiv, 412 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
ix
Acknowledgements
xi
List of Contributors
xiii
Introduction
Fernando Poyatos
xvii
Part I. Theoretical research perspectives in nonverbal communication studies
The Interaction of Visual and Verbal Features in Human Communication
Jürgen Streeck and Mark L. Knapp
3
Auditory Communication: Non-Verbal, Pre-Verbal, and Co-Verbal
Roger W. Wescott
25
The Audible-Visual Approach to Speech as Basic to Nonverbal Communication Research
Fernando Poyatos
41
Prolegomenon to the Elaboration of a New Discipline: Ethnogestics
Bernard Koechlin
59
The Rational of Gestures in the West: A History form the 3rd to the 13th Centuries
Jean-Claude Schmitt
77
Part II. Social and clinical aspects of nonverbal interaction
Does Nonverbal Communication Cause Happiness?
Michael Argyle
99
The Dissociation between Motor and Symbolic Movements in coverbal Behavior
Uri Hadar
113
The Relevance of Logical Formalisms for Nonverbal Clinical Observations
Francis Lowenthal
125
Children’s Artificial Limbs: Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Implications
Paul McDonnel
145
Part III. Cultural and Crosscultural Perspectives on Gestures
Six Characters in Search of a Gesture: Chinese Graphs and Corporal Behavior
Yau Shun-chiu
163
Facial and Manual Components of Italian Symbolic Gestures
Pio Enrico Ricci Bitti
187
The Veiled Face and Expressiveness Among the Tuaregs
Hélene Hawad-Claudot
197
Many Gestures, Many Meanings: Nonverbal Diversity in Israel
Raphael Schneller
213
Part IV. Nonverbal Communication in Literature: Advancements in Literary Anthropology
Nonverbal Communication in the Classics: Research Opportunities
James P. Holoka
237
Affect Displays in the Epic Poetry of Homer, Vergil, and Ovid
Donald Lateiner
255
Nonverbal Expressiveness in Late Greek Epic: Quintus of Smyrna, and Nonnus
Ronald Newbold
271
Describing Nonverbal Behavior in the Odyssey: Scenes and Verbal Frames as Translation Problems
Hans J. Vermeer
285
Paralanguage and Quasiparalinguistic Sounds as a Concern of Literary Analysis
Fernando Poyatos
301
Part V. Art and Literature: The Visual Recreation
Visual Meaning in Greek Drama: Sophocles’ Ajax and the Art of Dying
Herbert Golder
323
Part VI. Nonverbal Communication in Literature: Advancements in Literature: Advancements in Literary Anthropology
The Interdisciplinary Teaching of Nonverbal Communication: Academic and Social Implications
Fernando Poyatos
363
Name Index
399
Subject Index
409
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  92000599