I. INTRODUCTION In point of fact, communication is actually important. It is capable of telling the other what is on your mind without fighting or arguing. There are two basic kinds of communication: verbal and non- verbal communication. In fact, many researches show that the majority of the messages we send are non-verbal (about ninety percent of what we say is conveyed non-verbally).
Psychologists estimate that between 60% and 80% of all of our communication with other people is non-verbal. We communicate a wide range of information non-verbally. We also show our feelings, attitudes, moods, hopes and wishes far better with non-verbal language than with words. Not only is a large QUANTITY of communication non-verbal in nature, but the QUALITY is high as well.
One meaning is self-expression in “giving vent to our feelings” by referring what he or she feel. Another meaning is presentation of an idea through a symbol combination of meaningful words. Langer emphasizes on her argument on reasons on language is a form of communication. She interprets that, “Language will formulate new ideals as well as communicate old ones, so that all people know a lot of things that they have merely heard or read about” (8). She adds on about concept of symbolic expression extends the knowledge beyond the scope of the actual experience.
As it has been noted above it is important to be aware of all the differences in gestures of nonverbal communication to ensure a better understanding of other individuals. In fact, knowing which gesture means what and in which country to use it, what is the best distance during the communication between two people to avoid insulting them, which facial emotions should be avoided not to show something other than what we intended to, and lastly how touch-oriented is the person you interact with not to offend her or him, leads to adequate conversation. The best way to summarize everything is by using quotes from Peter F. Drucker “The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn 't said“. The nonverbal communication is part of every conversation, reading in it and understanding the meaning of it is not only polite gesture to another culture, but is the best way of opening your eyes to the
Communication can be split into different categories, namely • Verbal communication • Non- verbal communication • Written communication Effective communication involves minimising potential misunderstanding and overcome any barriers in the communication process. We make use of multiple communication channels , for example face to face conversations, telephone calls, text messages, emails, brochures etc. Choosing an appropriate communication channel is vital for effective communication, as each channel has different strengths and weaknesses. Written communication is always useful as a way of recording what has been said. There are many barriers to communication and these may occur at any stage in the communication process.
Disregarding somebody is communicating with them, we may not notify them we are disregarding them but across non-verbal contact we wish to make that apparent. We converse a lot more candidly through non-verbal communication than we do with words. Our body posture and stance, eye-contact (or lack of it), the smallest and most faint of mannerisms are all methods of conversing with others. Furthermore we are steadily being communicated to, we pick up signals from others and understand them in precise methods and whether or not we comprehend is established on how accomplished we are at interpreting interpersonal communication. Once it’s out, it’s
To talk in any language, you have to know the words sounds for that particular language & to read/write any text for the same language, you have to know the visual or other symbols. People prefer to use talk in their communication rather than reading/writing because they believe it is produced rapid interaction. I will discuss about some characteristic for everyday talk in English language, the structure & the function of the talk, some theories of sociologist & philosophers in the field of conversation
Thus, texting is an important element in the development of language, it is not a branch in writing, but an entity on its own that combines speech and text, aiming at developing language, as we know it. How would texting be defined? A text could be termed as the actual or original words written by an individual, it could be an author or a speaker, but the originality is the most important aspect. However, defining texting in the concept of instant messages, social sites, and other common means through which texting
Linguists in sense of linguistics experts need not to be fluent in all languages, though they must have a wide experience of different languages. Linguistics differs from traditional grammar in several basic ways. Linguists are interested that what is said, not ought to be said. They describe language in all its aspects, not prescribe rules of correctness. They regard the spoken language as primary not the written
Nonverbal communication is learned in a culture, meaning that a certain type of message conveyed by body language in one culture might mean something entirely different in another culture. Nonverbal communication is most successful when both individuals have the same understanding of what certain postures or gestures