Do you believe that all slips of the tongue, conversational faux pas, and unintentional nonverbal behaviors should be considered communication? Why or why not? What examples can you provide to justify your thoughts?
Everything we do is communication. In fact, it is simply impossible to not communicate. Furthermore, the nonverbal behaviors is often more indicative of how the other person really feels. For example, someone can even kiss you, but often if the kiss insincere, one tell the duplicitous intent of the other. In fact, for that reason, it is often verbal communication that can safely be ignore. To illustrate, detectives, often ignore interrogations responses and pay attention to the nonverbal cues instead.
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Apr 6th, 2015
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