9781577660408

The Nonverbal Communication Reader: Classic and Contemporary Readings

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    9781577660408

  • ISBN10:

    1577660404

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1999-01-01
  • Publisher: Waveland Pr Inc

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments x
Preface xi
PART I Beginning Perspectives 1(42)
Perspectives on Nonverbal Communication Codes, Functions, and Contexts
3(16)
Michael L. Hecht
Joseph A. DeVito
Laura K. Guerrero
Perspectives on Nonverbal Communication Skills
19(5)
Brian H. Spitzberg
Perspectives on Nonverbal Research Methods
24(19)
Michael L. Hecht
Laura K. Guerrero
PART II Nonverbal Codes 43(222)
Kinesic Cues: The Body, Eyes, and Face
46(2)
Hand Movements
48(5)
Paul Ekman
Wallace V. Friesen
Deaf Babies Babble with Hands
53(3)
Natalie Angier
Sex and Relationship Affect Social Self-Grooming
56(6)
John A. Daly
Elizabeth Hogg
David Sacks
Marcy Smith
Lori Zimring
Eye Contact
62(12)
The Core of Interpersonal Relatedness
Gerald W. Grumet
Social and Emotional Messages of Smiling
74(5)
Robert E. Kraut
Robert E. Johnston
Who Can Resist Smiling at a Baby?
79(3)
Dick Pothier
Nonverbal Behavior and the Outcome of Selection Interviews
82(10)
Ray J. Forbes
Paul R. Jackson
Appearance and Adornment Cues
90(2)
The Effect of Television Advertising and Programming on Body Image Distortions in Young Women
92(9)
Philip N. Myers, Jr.
Frank A. Biocca
Beauty Can't Be Beat
101(5)
Glenn Wilson
David Nias
Women's Appearance and Clothing within Organizations
106(8)
Susan B. Kaiser
Black Uniforms and Aggression in Professional Sports
114(4)
Mark G. Frank
Thomas Gilovich
The Smell of Love
118(8)
F. Bryant Furlow
The Effects of Perfume Use on Perceptions of Attractiveness and Competence
126(9)
R. Kelly Aune
Vocalics: Sound and Silence
133(2)
Nonverbal Vocalizations
135(14)
Michael Argyle
Vocal Attractiveness
149(7)
What Sounds Beautiful Is Good
Beth Semic
The Power of Silence in Communication
156(7)
Adam Jaworski
Cultural Uses and Interpretations of Silence
163(12)
Charles A. Braithwaite
Contact Codes: Proxemics and Haptics
173(2)
Territoriality
175(9)
A Neglected Sociological Dimension
Stanford M. Lyman
Marvin B. Scott
Proxemics and Haptics in Managerial Communication
184(8)
Larry Smeltzer
John Waltman
Donald Leonard
Communicating with Touch
192(10)
Stanley E. Jones
Public Touch Behavior in Romantic Relationships between Men and Women
202(9)
Laura K. Guerrero
Peter A. Andersen
The Midas Touch
211(6)
The Effects of Interpersonal Touch on Restaurant Tipping
April H. Crusco
Christopher G. Wetzel
Family Interactions in Public
217(10)
Parent-Child Distance and Touching
Carol K. Sigelman
Robert M. Adams
Time and Place Codes: Chronemics and the Environment
225(2)
Time in Perspective
227(10)
Alexander Gonzalez
Philip G. Zimbardo
Monochronic and Polychronic Time
237(4)
Edward T. Hall
Mildred Reed Hall
``Stop'' Signs
241(9)
Regulating Privacy with Environmental Features
Aileen L. S. Buslig
Designing to Deter Crime
250(5)
Edward Krupat
Philip E. Kubzansky
Environmental Features in Theme Restaurants
255(10)
Emily Jane Langan
PART III Nonverbal Functions 265(158)
Expressing Emotion and Intimacy
267(3)
Varieties of Emotional Cues in Everyday Life
270(5)
Sally Planalp
Expressing and Managing Emotion with Nonverbal Communication
275(9)
Peter A. Andersen
Laura K. Guerrero
The Nonverbal Communication of Romantic Love
284(6)
Peter J. Marston
Michael L. Hecht
Friendly? Flirting? Wrong?
290(8)
Liana B. Koeppel
Yvette Montagne
Dan O'Hair
Michael J. Cody
Nonverbal Behavior in Intimate Interactions
298(7)
Karen J. Prager
Nonverbal Communication in Developing and Deteriorating Relations
305(30)
A Conceptual Framework
Mark L. Knapp
Power, Persuasion, and Deception
314(3)
Positions of Power
Nonverbal Influence in Organizational Communication
317(18)
Peter A. Andersen
Linda L. Bowman
The Influence of Nonverbal Behaviors in Compliance-Gaining Processes
335(12)
Chris Segrin
Persuasion in Physician-Patient Relations
347(11)
David B. Buller
Richard L. Street, Jr.
Can You Tell When Someone Is Lying to You?
358(9)
Daniel Goleman
Nonverbal Cues to Deception among Intimates, Friends, and Strangers
367(12)
David B. Buller
R. Kelly Aune
Creating Impressions and Managing Interaction
377(2)
Civil Inattention Exists---in Elevators
379(9)
Miron Zuckerman
Marianne Miserandino
Frank Bernieri
Stereotypes and Nonverbal Cues
388(7)
Showing How We Feel about Others during Cross-Cultural Interactions
Valerie Manusov
Initiating Interaction
395(11)
Greetings and Beckonings across the World
Roger E. Axtell
Turn-Taking in Conversations
406(9)
John M. Wiemann
Mark L. Knapp
The Last Ten Turns in Conversations between Friends and Strangers
415(8)
Maria J. O'Leary
Cynthia Gallois
PART IV Contemporary Nonverbal Theories of Message Exchange 423(39)
Accommodating Nonverbally
425(12)
Howard Giles
Paul Mark Wadleigh
Expectancy Violations Theory
437(8)
Kory Floyd
Artemio Ramirez, Jr.
Judee K. Burgoon
Explaining Face-to-Face Interaction
445(8)
Discrepancy-Arousal Theory
Joseph N. Cappella
Creating Close Relationships through Nonverbal Communication
453(9)
A Cognitive Valence Approach
Peter A. Andersen
Converging on the Phenomenon of Interpersonal Adaptation
462
Interaction Adaptation Theory
Nathan Miczo
Lisa E. Allspach
Judee K. Burgoon

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