Nonverbal Communication across Disciplines

Volume 1: Culture, sensory interaction, speech, conversation

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In a progressive and systematic approach to communication, and always through an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural perspective, this first volume presents culture as an intricate grid of sensible and intelligible sign systems in space and time, identifying the semiotic and interactive problems inherent in intercultural and subcultural communication according to verbal-nonverbal cultural fluency. The author lays out fascinating complexity of our direct and synesthesial sensory perception of people and artifactual and environmental elements; and its audible and visual manifestations through our ‘speaking face’, to then acknowledge the triple reality of discourse as ‘verbal language-paralanguage-kinesics’, which is applied through two realistic models: (a)for a verbal-nonverbal comprehensive transcription of interactive speech, and (b)for the implementation of nonverbal communication in foreign-language teaching. The author presents his exhaustive model of ‘nonverbal categories’ for a detailed analysis of normal or pathological behaviors in any interactive or noninteractive manifestation; and, based on all the previous material, his equally exhaustive structural model for the study of conversational encounters, which suggests many applications in different fields, such as the intercultural and multisystem communication situation developed in simultaneous or consecutive interpretating.

956 literary quotations from 103 authors and 194 works illustrate all the points discussed.

[Not in series, NCAD 1]  2002.  xxvi, 371 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Preface
xiii
Acknowledgements
xiv
Introduction
xv–xxvi
Culture, communication, and cultural fluency
1–29
Language in the total communicative context of its interbodily and environmental systems
31–62
The audiovisual reality of interactive discourse
63–101
Language-paralanguage-kinesics
103–132
Two applications of the basic triple structure model
133–164
Nonverbal categories as personal and sociocultural identifiers
165–225
The structure of conversation
227–270
Nonverbal communication in interpretation
271–296
Apppendix
297–304
Notes
305–318
List of illustrations
319
Scientific references
321–345
Literary references
347–353
Index of literary authors and works cited
355–358
Name index
359–363
Subject index
365–369
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Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: JM – Psychology
BISAC Subject: PSY000000 – PSYCHOLOGY / General
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