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Differences in the organisation of access to land and resources; kinship systems; social, political, and economic organisation; kinesic and conversational patterns; and art styles can all be seen and interpreted and understood as characteristic of this contrast (Figs 5-7).
Research in oculesics (the elements of kinesics dedicated to eye-related nonverbal communication) has shown that eye contact instances in a public-speaking situation indicate more or less interest, attention and involvement with the audience (Beebe, 1974).
To their credit, though not in detail, both Dem Franchize Boyz and Soulja Boy acknowledge that their respective dances are part of a historical continuum of Black kinesics.
Poetically expressed, Lingis captures this free movement of form in a discussion about the body, kinesics and song.
Birdwhistell, Kinesics and Context Essays on Body Motion Communication, Browse Penn Press,1970.12 - R.
This time around, there are 12 tales - six of them new - including two featuring Jeffery Deaver's celebrated character, quadriplegic forensic consultant Lincoln Rhyme (A Textbook Case and The Obit), and one with beloved kinesics expert Kathryn Dance (Fast).
gestures (kinesics): while hand and arm are the most efficient transmitters of kinesic information, the feet and head position are also important;
Sue and Sue (2008) explained that cultural differences could cause misunderstandings of implicit communication, including proxemics (interpersonal space), kinesics (body movements), paralanguage (vocal cues) and high-low context communication (degree of reliance on non-verbal cues).
Harrigan, "Proxemics, kinesics, and gaze," in The New Handbook of Methods in Nonverbal Behavior Research, J.
Ting aims to incorporate "major influences from popular and traditional artistic forms" in his staging: "The evolving concept of Dadaism, contemporary pop art and culture, industrial and machine art installations, stylistic movement, techno-folkloric music combination, and circus-like elements and spectacle using kinesics (body motion), proxemics (interaction with space), and aero-dynamics (concept of flying and aerial stunts)."
These include kinesics (body movements), physical appearance, vocalic (the sound of a speaker's voice), haptics (how a speaker touches someone), proxemics (the use of physical space), environment and artifacts (how a speaker uses instruments, props, and the environment), and chronemics (how a speaker uses time).
Carceral geography can draw here upon Kotarba's (1979) study of the expression of intimacy between inmates and their visitors, demonstrating both the challenges of accessing these experiences methodologically and the utility of body language or kinesics in understanding the affective experience of the visit.
The CoSESM model relies on three basic assumptions: parity of the representations, effects of alignments at different levels, and influence of kinesics and paralanguage in the comprehension and production of language (1).