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Nonverbal Communication : Studies and Applications (Fourth Edition)

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9781891487200

ISBN10:
1891487205
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
7/1/2003
Publisher(s):
Oxford Univ Pr

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Table of Contents

Preface ix
About the Authors xii
Section One-Introduction
Introduction
2(3)
1: Foundations of Nonverbal Communication
5(34)
Basic Definitions
8(7)
Considerations for Definitions
9(6)
Approaches to Nonverbal Communication
15(3)
Theoretical Approaches
16(1)
Disciplinary Approaches
17(1)
Methodological Approaches
18(1)
Nonverbal Functions and Subcodes
18(4)
Touch and Space
19(1)
Physical Appearance
19(1)
Body Movements and Gestures
20(1)
Vocalics
20(1)
Covert Body/Temporal Communication
20(1)
Nonverbal Functions
21(1)
Nonverbal Communication and Perception
22(14)
Process Structure
24(3)
Age
27(1)
Culture and Race
27(2)
Status
29(1)
Gender
30(6)
Summary
36(1)
Questions for Thought
36(3)
2: Methods of Nonverbal Communication Research
39(23)
Nonverbal Research
40(15)
Review of the Literature
41(4)
Theoretical Perspective
45(1)
Methodology
46(2)
Data Collection
48(7)
Data Analysis and Application
55(1)
Limitations of Nonverbal Communication Research
55(2)
An Example of Context
57(2)
Summary
59(1)
Questions for Thought
59(3)
Section Two-Studies and Subcodes
Introduction
62(3)
3: Haptics (Touch)
65(24)
Animal Studies
67(2)
Tactile Development and Humans
69(13)
Types and Functions of Touch
70(3)
Factors Influencing Touch
73(8)
Frequency of Contact
81(1)
Violations of Haptic Expectations
82(4)
Substitutes for 'Real Touch'
85(1)
Functional Approach to Touch
86(1)
Summary
87(1)
Questions for Thought
87(2)
4: Proxemics (Personal Space)
89(24)
Proxemics
90(1)
Personal Space
90(5)
Classification Schemes
90(3)
Definitions and Need
93(2)
Factors Influencing Distancing Expectations
95(12)
Age Differences
95(2)
Sex Differences
97(2)
Cultural Differences
99(2)
Racial Differences
101(1)
Status, Personality, and Liking
102(2)
Environmental Structuring
104(3)
Violations of Personal Space
107(2)
Other Violations
109(2)
Functions of Personal Space
111(1)
Summary
112(1)
Questions for Thought
112(1)
5: Proxemics (Territory and Environment)
113(28)
Territory
114(15)
Animal Correlates of Territoriality
116(3)
Human Correlates of Territoriality
119(1)
Territorial Claims
120(4)
Purposes of Territory
124(5)
Environment
129(10)
Room Color and Aesthetic Appreciation
132(2)
Room Size and Shape
134(1)
Temperature and Humidity
135(1)
Environmental Structuring
136(1)
Architecture
137(2)
Functions of Territory and the Environment
139(1)
Summary
140(1)
Questions for Thought
140(1)
6: Physical Appearance
141(36)
Physical Attractiveness
144(12)
Social Interaction
147(5)
Sex Appeal
152(4)
The Body
156(15)
Body Shape
156(3)
Weight and Attitude
159(3)
Body Image
162(9)
Stigma
171(2)
Functions
173(1)
Summary
174(1)
Questions for Thought
174(3)
7: Body Alterations and Coverings
177(26)
Body Alterations
178(10)
Hair and Hairstyles
179(4)
The Skin: Cosmetics and Colorings
183(3)
Additions
186(1)
Tattoos, Body Piercing, and Branding
186(2)
Clothing
188(11)
Purposes of Clothing
188(1)
Functions of Clothing
189(5)
Clothing and Success
194(2)
Accessories
196(3)
Functions
199(1)
Summary
200(1)
Questions for Thought
200(3)
8: Kinesics
203(24)
Principles
204(21)
Putting Principles to Work
207(1)
Categories in Kinesics
208(1)
Birdwhistell's Linguistic Analogy
208(1)
Morris' Derivation System
209(1)
Mehrabian's Functional Approach
210(3)
Ekman and Friesen's Cumulative Structure
213(12)
Functions
225(1)
Summary
225(1)
Questions for Thought
225(2)
9: A Practical Functional Approach to Kinesics
227(30)
Variables That Influence Kinesics
228(16)
Culture
228(4)
Sex/Gender
232(2)
Left- and Right-Handedness
234(1)
Relationship with Language
235(1)
Decoding
235(9)
Functions
244(11)
Identification and Self-Presentation
244(3)
Control of the Interaction
247(1)
Relationship of Interactants
247(2)
Display of Cognitive Information
249(1)
Display of Affective Information
249(1)
Deception and Leakage
250(5)
Summary
255(1)
Questions for Thought
256(1)
10: Vocalics (Paralanguage)
257(36)
Definitions
258(1)
Sound and Its Attributes
258(1)
Paravocal Communication
259(3)
Vocalic Functions
262(29)
The 'Normal' Conversation
263(1)
Identification and Self-Preservation
263(12)
Controlling Interaction
275(5)
Regulating the Conversation
280(6)
Relationship of Interactants
286(3)
Display of Cognitive Information
289(1)
Display of Affective Information
290(1)
Deception
290(1)
Other Encoding and Decoding Aspects of Vocalics
290(1)
Summary
291(1)
Questions for Thought
291(2)
11: The Covert Subcodes
293(31)
Feedback Systems
294(5)
Gustatory Systems
294(1)
Biofeedback Systems
295(1)
Mood and Emotion
296(3)
Olfaction
299(8)
What Is Olfaction?
299(1)
Olfactory Processes
300(1)
Olfactory Identification
301(1)
Olfactory Influence
302(3)
Olfactory Memory
305(2)
Time (Chronemics)
307(13)
The Structure of Time
308(3)
Bruneau's Chronemic Structures
311(4)
Culture and Time
315(5)
Summary
320(1)
Questions for Thought
321(3)
Section Three-Applications
Introduction
324(3)
12: Nonverbal Communication in Social Situations
327(24)
Meeting Others
328(9)
General Characteristics
330(2)
Intimate Behavior
332(4)
Environment, Proxemics, Chronemics
336(1)
Cross-Sex Friendships
337(1)
Same-Sex Relationships
338(11)
Male-Male Nonverbal Communication
339(6)
Female-Female Nonverbal Communication
345(4)
Summary
349(1)
Questions for Thought
349(2)
13: Nonverbal Communication in the family
351(30)
The Home
352(7)
Spatiotemporal Dimensions
353(5)
Kinesic Factors
358(1)
Vocalic Factors
358(1)
Physical Appearance
358(1)
Review
358(1)
Nonverbal Communication in the Marriage and Committed Relationships
359(6)
Environmental Factors
360(1)
Space
360(1)
Touch
361(1)
Kinesics and Vocalics
361(2)
Chronemics
363(1)
Physical Appearance
364(1)
The Expanding Family-Children and the Family Relationship
365(8)
Nonverbal Communication in Children
366(7)
Nonverbal Communication with the Elderly
373(5)
Environment and Space
374(1)
Touch
375(1)
Vocalics
375(1)
Physical Appearance
376(1)
Kinesics
376(1)
Chronemics and Olfaction
377(1)
Review
378(1)
Summary
378(1)
Questions for Thought
378(3)
14: Nonverbal Communication at Work
381(34)
Nonverbal Relational Messages
382(1)
General Nonverbal Considerations
382(22)
Spatiotemporal Dimensions
383(10)
Overt Body Dimensions
393(4)
Physical Appearance
397(4)
Impression Management
401(2)
Review
403(1)
The Performance Appraisal Interview
404(1)
Nonverbal Interaction in Particular Professions
404(8)
The Teacher in the Classroom
405(1)
The Attorney in Court
406(3)
The Business Person in a Leadership Position
409(3)
Summary
412(1)
Questions for Thought
412(3)
15: The Future of Nonverbal Communication
415(10)
What We Know About Nonverbal Communication
416(3)
Where Is the Study of Nonverbal Communication Going?
419(2)
General Review
421(4)
References 425(52)
Glossary 477(10)
Author Index 487(10)
Subject Index 497


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