The Principles of Communication

1557 WordsFeb 21, 20186 Pages
Communication is an ever-developing topic in which human beings can express their feelings and emotions on a daily basis whether they were positive or negative in the most suitable way. According to Preja (2013) the term “Communication” can be traced back to the Latin word “Communis” which stands for “to be connected to” or “to be in a relationship with”. Communication can be classified to two types, verbal and non-verbal. Verbal communication focuses mainly on vocals while non-verbal communication is innate and takes into account the speechless signals people do, not say, when interacting with each other. It takes several forms, such as voice characteristics, body language, chromatics and chronemics. In this report, the importance of non-verbal communication concept will be discussed as well as an explanation and examples of each of these types. Non Verbal refers to a communication use no words but use haptics,proxemics ,kinesics and chromatics rather than words spoken or written , it can give people's real feeling. However, non verbal communication is a use of body language and paralanguage such as tone, laughter and facial expression. Acccording to Leemann, kolly & Dellwo (2014) Supra-segmental voice characteristics show that individuals can be recognised by hearing their voices even if they are not familiar, “Such observations reveal that speakers carry individual features in their voices ",the fact that human voices demonstrate their individuality can be used for
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