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    Hausa Greetings Analysis

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    greetings too require appropriate handling particularly based on the gender of the person one is interacting with, both in respect of gestures as well as wordings. These may include handshake, bowing, social and physical…

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    all subjects were in a group setting in the Pacific Lutheran University “University Center”. We monitored their behavior through specific characteristics that indicated they were leading the conversation including the amount of talking, contact, gestures, and interruptions they executed. Dominance in Conversation During Meals Between Men and Women Conversation is a commonality that occurs during a meal. But who tends to dominate a group conversation between males and females?…

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    Political Event Analysis

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    taught them to use their gestures most effective. Gestures identified much the words and tone in which candidates talked. Trump, for example, handles himself very relaxed and open for any discussion. He seems comfortable with the situation and the question asked; he is sure and believes in every word he says. His gestures are open, and he is not afraid to point at the opponents and gesticulate every word he says. Cruz, however, handles himself very strict, not many hand gestures, but the one he…

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    Before conversation begins, we are already giving cues between each other in a non-verbal style of communication. Non-verbal communication has such an impact on interaction it can be used to describe a person threw examination, eye contact body gestures , clothing and physical appearance. Clues to indicate if we are willing or not ready for verbal contact or signs that express are mood and feelings at any given moment. And because of this it is one of the most vital ways we exchange information…

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    In the poems, "I, Being Born a Woman and Distressed," and "An Ancient Gesture," Millay discusses the similar emotional views that are partially felt throughout womankind. In so doing, the portrayal of modern feminine experiences in these poems show the reader the feelings commonly associated with women, due to their like emotional occurrences. Firstly, in the poem, " I, Being Born a Women and Distressed," the octave reveals the feelings the speaker encountered towards herself and a man during…

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    from another country where they do not speak English at all. It can be very difficult for them to understand what we are saying, so for them to understand you have to break it down and use hand gestures. • Physical barriers to non-verbal communication. Not being able to see the non-verbal cues, gestures, posture and general body language can make communication less…

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    Reading Quiz Three Discussing the importance of breaking down the meaning in telling a story, an excerpt from Improving Your Storytelling, also explains how the story can be portrayed differently by the interpreted meaning. The meaning can be written as the acronym ‘MIT,’ or the most important thing. The MIT can be interpreted by telling, and when retelling tone and emphasis can make it that others will walk away with the same general meaning inferred. The chapter also discusses that the meaning…

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    Nonverbal Communication in Dances with Wolves Nonverbal communication is a crucial element of communication between cultures, and consists of intonation, facial expressions, touch, hand gestures, smells, and body language. Whenever two cultures come together and communicate, verbal and nonverbal communications are sent concurrently (Neuliep, 2014, p. 282). Verbal communication tends to contain the actual message of the communication, whereas nonverbal communication involves how the message is…

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    Intercultural communication can be done with ease or it can lead to world war III. It all depends on knowing how to differentiate between cultures and how to recognize that not every interaction between people of distinct cultures can be considered as Intercultural communication. First off, one can begin their understanding of Intercultural communication by first understanding what culture is, seeing as that it is the root word in “Intercultural”. Culture is a system of shared values, beliefs,…

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    They are wearing Corinthian helmet with the shields and javelins on their hands. On the two sides of the battle, there are two female onlookers that raising their arms in a certain type of gesture. At The middle panel describe a scene that “Athena steps into a chariot”. Facing her was a “nude Herakles” holding bow and club. Right behind the four horses, “Apollo” is holding a lyre. There is a unidentified female figure that missing the head…

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