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    down or away occasionally because no one wants to feel like they are being stared at. However, avoid looking at the floor, ceiling, or out the window; because it communicates that you are not interested or that you are bored. • Facial Expressions: Facial expressions usually communicate emotions. A smile, frown, raised eyebrow, yawn, or snicker all express

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    Physical Delivery/Body Movement/Facial Expression: Inky who was the sidekick at the beginning of the play showed little confidence by the and didn 't puff out his chest very often at the beginning of the play and his voice wasn 't as loud and proud. His facial expression displayed a feeling of discomfort and inferiority. At the end, he of the play he started talking louder and bolder and his voice was more projected and gave off the superhero, newer person effect. Princess Penelope was confident

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    Patricia, of what facial expressions for specific emotions look like. They explain the key aspects of what you should look for to discover the emotion the person is showing. Many mistakes are made when trying to read the face. Faces show many signals for one message and often times the expressions last only a few seconds. When trying to identify the emotion, you may look at the wrong signal. Ekman and Friesen explain different experiments they did to discover the key facial expressions for surprise,

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    The six determinates of culture include: religion, political philosophy, economic philosophy, education, language, and social structure. In the movie, Crash, Christine Thayer (played by actress Thandie Newton) plays the wife of a successful television director who is also Buddhist. Being a beautiful, light skinned, black woman whose black husband is well off puts her in a specific social structure that is of higher class than the average black woman living in Los Angeles. Throughout the movie

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    further defined as gestures, body language, facial expressions, time, space and many others. Nonverbal communication is mostly universal – known by everyone, but some aspects can vary depending on different cultures. Culture, as it was defined by Samovar and Poter (2010, pp. 169),

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    social cue, like facial expressions, metaphors, and jokes. As he discovers the death of his neighbor’s dog and learns his mother is still alive, he experiences a series of challenges that he could never have imagined. In order to grow up, Christopher needs to learn how to interact with people more effectively. While he learns to function as a normal person, he never completely changes.

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    In reality, facial expressions are a part of non-verbal conversation, a basic mode of non-verbal communication among people to convey emotions, feelings and ideas. Campos said that: "The face is a component [of emotion]. But to make it the center of study of the human being experiencing an emotion is like saying the only thing you need to study in

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    workforce to dress suits and dresses/skirts in Ireland, whereas it is the norm for Muslim women to dress in a modest manner. (Wood, J., 2011). Our nonverbal and verbal communication can be intentional or unintentional. If we are caught off guard our facial expression may change or we may begin to

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    Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) is said to be the film that set the stage for horror/thriller movies. It is a perfectly timed classic with little to no room for improvement. What makes this film so fantastic is Hitchcock’s use of mise-en-scene, which include lighting and camera angles. Psycho is a film full of suspense, despair, and tragedy. There are three scene in which I find most iconic based on the use of mise-en-scene. I discuss the parlor scene in which Norman and Marion have a discussion

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    The Professional School Counselor (PSC) who was observed in this assignment is named Allison Otting. A PSC at Kirkwood Elementary School. The students at this school have two special subjects a day (gym, music, or classroom guidance). This allows her to meet with each class once a week. The classroom guidance material that she was teaching on this day was about the students private parts. This was demonstrated to the students by the parts that are covered up with a bathing suit while at the beach

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    to be using as his cover for his detective work and real purpose at the party. Nobody would have guessed that he was there being snoopy and looking for the stolen mascot -- simply because they're so amused and shocked at his crazy, outlandish facial expressions, body movements and grotesque eating that even his words and conversation were almost lost in his non-verbal communication. It was all so distracting that it becomes a perfect masquerade for the real reason that he's at the mansion. Those attending

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    I. Observation My observation of nonverbal communication and behavior related to gender took place at a local café, Ad Astra. This café doubles a used-and-new book store and a coffee shop; the menu consists of coffee and tea beverages, sandwiches, and sweets. Ad Astra does not serve alcohol. The furniture consists of odd tables, chairs, and sofas; tables, depending on their size and shape, sit two to five people. The back of the dining area contains a space for children to read and play. It is a

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    2.1. The concept of Intercultural Communication Intercultural communication is an impact between different cultures, different linguistic orgins and social groups which helps to establish contact between them and mutual understanding. Term Intercultural Communication is used to describe processes and problems which appear among different cultures, religions, educational backgrounds, ethnic and social. The lack of these contacts may led to the ignorance and unaquaintance of other cultures which

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    Since the beginning of our lives, our surroundings have influenced us. In school, our teachers and friends help shape our identity and most importantly, our families have guided our views since birth. While our environment has a profound impact on our identity, we have an equal impact on our surroundings. We constantly change our surroundings through contribution or removal of their aspects to accurately reflect our transforming personality. In Margaret Laurence's, A Bird In the House, Vanessa transitions

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    Everyone wears a mask at some point in their life, whether that's to make friends, to impress someone or even to make themselves feel more likable. This isn’t abnormal in fact it's quite common. Tons of people around the world do this on a daily basis just to get people to like them. This is how you get a fake friends because they think you're someone you're not. I once wore a mask to change into someone I wasn't when I first moved to smithville in third grade. I was scared and I guess that's normal

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    When people communicate among themselves, majority of the exchange is done by body movements or language this is known as non verbal communication. Some people use this as a way to enhance the message being sent to the receiver. “We express our overall style of communicating nonverbally. In effect, nonverbal communication functions as the language of relationships” ( Kuparinen 1992).Some non verbal communicators can be dictated different by another culture in some areas. The differences vary among

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    Furthermore, compostition which is the arrangement and placement of the objects in art in order to create a meaning for the art piece. The way most of Morandi’s still life art pieces are either drawn from the perspective of looking from above or from the front. But the Natura Morta 1953 is drawn from the front and a little of the above perspective, which also enables us to see the shade on the objects from the top and tell which of the objects has a lid and which one doesn’t. Like the sup/bowl and

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    are all approaches to viably communicate verbally. "We utilize verbal communication to educate, regardless of whether it is to illuminate others of our needs or to confer learning." (Lucas, 2017) Nonverbal communication incorporates signals, facial expressions, body movement, timing, touch, and whatever else managed without talking. "Physical communication is the most utilized type of non-verbal communication. Someone who knows about someone

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    By examining the actions of the characters in The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams,The Truman Show, and “The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty” by James Thurber, the reader can see each character struggles with and withdrawals from their realities. We also see the author gives each character a way to make their realities a little better. Throughout each story, each character struggles to accept their realities. A struggle with acceptance was shown in “The Glass Menagerie” when Tom was arguing

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    “Wonder" is a story about August Pullman, a boy with severe facial deformities, riding on the journey to how he settles into the school environment; making new friends, despite the harsh atmosphere and his endurance throughout the typical middle school dramas. Not only does it show his struggles, the self-doubting process but also illustrates the malicious and superficiality of people who vainly judge others based on his physical appearance. Despite the brusque and insensitive comments, he remains

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