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4.8: Chapter Glossary and References

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    Chapter Glossary of Key Terms

    Posture - the position in which someone holds their body when standing or sitting. It is also meant to show a way of dealing with or considering something. Such behavior can be intended to impress or mislead another individual in a particular attitude or mood.

    Humor - a communicated art shared universally by all of the peoples of the world. It comes in many forms such as a simple pun to a more complicated metaphorical satire, working primarily to invoke laughter and amusement from a single conversation to a bigger audience.

    Kinesics - the study of the way body movements and or gestures serve as a means of nonverbal communication, focused primarily on how different cultures have different kinesics and or nonverbal queues.

    Nonverbal Communication - The use of body language, eye contact, gestures, facial expressions, posture, or symbolic clothing in order to communicate with another.

    Linguistic Relativity - how variety in language structure affect people’s thoughts and actions.

    Emoticons - symbolic images used to convey emotions and/or context through digital visual communication such as text messaging, online instant messaging, and email. These are made of symbols that can be created on a standard computer keyboard, which are arranged in the form of human facial expressions, hand gestures, and actions. Not to be confused with emojis, which are pictographs that serve the same purpose as emoticons.

    Chronemics - A field of study examining the utilization of time in non verbal communication.

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