ISBN13:978-0195329889 ISBN10: 0195329880 This edition has also been released as: ISBN13: 978-1891487200 ISBN10: 1891487205
Summary: Roxbury is pleased to announce the much-awaited Fourth Edition of Hickson et al.'s Nonverbal Communication: Studies and Applications.
The new edition features:
A Greatly Enhanced Applications Orientation. The text now integrates applications throughout each chapter. Observational Studies provide opportunities for students to either work with or experiment with each theory discusse...show mored. Questions to Ponder at the end of each chapter give students further experience applying what they have learned. Also included are expanded individual applications of contemporary and historical research findings. This approach eases instruction as students learn to gauge how much they really know about nonverbal communication--and how to apply it to real-world situations. The activities will be particularly helpful for instructors who teach in an interactive style.
A More Conversational Writing Style. This edition is written as if the authors were carrying on a conversation with their readers. There are more examples and fewer studies cited than in earlier editions.
Controversial Issues of the Day. Contemporary topics such as tattooing, body piercing, plastic surgery, and botox are covered.
New Coverage on Gender and Intercultural. Gender and intercultural are integrated throughout the text.
Glossary of Terms. The new edition features this helpful reference for students.
Expanded Coverage of Contextual Applications. These include work, family, and social contexts.
Expanded Media Applications. There is new material on advertising, public relations, broadcasting, journalism, and impression management.
The text offers complete coverage of the field's basic subcodes: Haptics (touch); Proxemics (space); Physical appearance; Kinesics (human body movement); Oculesics (face and eye); Vocalics (paralanguage); Olfactics (scent and smell); and Chronemics (time usage).
An ever-popular feature is the chapter on research methodology. Students will better understand what they are learning if they become aware of the processes scholars follow in developing theories.
The authors conclude their text with a chapter on the future of nonverbal communication--what we know about the field, its practical implications, and where the discipline appears to be heading. ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 4TH 04 Cover: Paperback Publisher: Roxbury Publishing Co. Published: 02/19/2007 International: No
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Hickson Mark L. III : University of Alabama, Birmingham
Stacks, Don W. : University of Miami at Coral Gables
Moore, Nina-Jo : Appalachian State University
"Overall this is an excellent volume. The style here is lively and interesting, coverage is good and goes beyond the routine stuff available in most texts with much more extensive examples outside the academic world. The authors are to be congratulated on a rare achievement."
--Steve Duck, University of Iowa
Roxbury Publishing Company Web Site, August, 2003
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SECTION ONE: INTRODUCTION
1. Foundations of Nonverbal Communication Basic Definitions Considerations for Definitions Behavior Versus Communication Intentionality Sign Versus Symbol Approaches to Nonverbal Communication Theoretical Approaches Disciplinary Approaches Methodological Approaches Nonverbal Functions and Subcodes Touch and Space Physical Appearance Body Movements and Gestures Vocalics Covert Body/Temporal Communication Nonverbal Functions Nonverbal Communication and Perception Process Structures Age Culture and Race Status Gender Amount of Talk Interruptions Silence Deference
2. Methods of Nonverbal Communication Research Nonverbal Research Review of the Literature Theoretical Perspective Methodology Data Collection Data Analysis and Application Limitations of Nonverbal Communication Research An Example of Context
SECTION TWO: STUDIES AND SUBCODES
3. Haptics (Touch) Animal Studies Tactile Development and Humans Types and Functions of Touch Factors Influencing Touch Immediacy Area of Body Touch Comfort Touch Same-sex Touching Gender Issues Frequency of Contact Violations of Haptic Expectations Substitutes for 'Real Touch' Functional Approach to Touch
4. Proxemics: Personal Space Proxemics Personal Space Classification Schemes Definitions and Need Definitions Need for Space Factors Influencing Distancing Expectation Age Differences Sex Differences Cultural Differences Racial Differences Status, Personality, and Liking Environmental Structuring Violations of Personal Space Other Violations Functions of Personal Space
5. Proxemics: Territory and Environment Territory Animal Correlates to Territoriality Human Correlates of Territoriality Territorial Claims Purposes of Territory Environment Room Color and Aesthetic Appreciation Room Size and Shape Temperature and Humidity Environmental Structuring Architecture Functions of Territory and the Environment
6. Physical Appearance: Impressions of the Body Physical Attractiveness Social Interaction Sex Appeal The Body Body Shape Body Image Stigma Functions
7. Body Alterations and Coverings Body Alterations Hair and Hairstyles The Skin: Cosmetics and Colorings Additions Tattoos, Body Piercing, and Branding Clothing Purposes of Clothing Functions of Clothing Clothing and Success Accessories Functions
8. Kinesics: The Study of Human Body Movements Principles Categories in Kinesics Birdwhistell's Linguistic Analogy Morris' Derivation System Mehrabian's Functional Approach Ekman and Friesen's Cumulative Structure Functions
9. A Practical Functional Approach to Kinesics Variables That Influence Kinesics Culture Sex/Gender Left- and Right-Handedness Relationship With Language Decoding Functions Identification and Self-Presentation Control of the Interaction Relationship of Interactants Display of Cognitive Information Display of Affective Information Deception and Leakage
10. Vocalics (Paralanguage) Definitions Sound and Its Attributes Paravocal Communication Vocalic Functions The 'Normal Conversation' Identification and Self-Presentation Controlling Interaction Regulating the Conversation Relationship of Interactants Display of Cognitive Information Display of Affective Information Deception Other Encoding and Decoding Aspects of Vocalics
11. The Covert Subcodes: Biofeedback, Olfaction, and Chronemics Feedback Systems Gustatory Systems Biofeedback Systems Mood and Emotion Olfaction What Is Olfaction? Olfactory Processes Olfactory Identification Olfactory Influence Olfactory Memory Time (Chronemics) The Structure of Time Hall's Time Categories Bruneau's Chronemic Structures Culture and Time
SECTION THREE: APPLICATIONS
12. Nonverbal Communication in Social Situations Meeting Others General Characteristics Intimate Behavior Environment, Proxemics, Chronemics Cross-Sex Friendships Same-Sex Friendships Male-Male Nonverbal Communication Female-Female Nonverbal Communication
13. Nonverbal Communication in the Family The Home Spatiotemporal Dimensions Kinesic Factors Vocalic Factors Physical Appearance Review Nonverbal Communication in Marriage and Committed Relationships Environmental Factors Space Touch Kinesics and Vocalics Chronemics Physical Appearance The Expanding Family-Children and the Family Relationship Nonverbal Communication in Children Infants Older Children Affective Communication Nonverbal Communication with the Elderly Environment and Space Touch Vocalics Physical Appearance Kinesics Chronemics and Olfaction
14. Nonverbal Communication at Work Nonverbal Relational Messages General Nonverbal Considerations Spatiotemporal Dimensions Overt Body Dimensions Physical Appearance Impression Management Review The Performance Appraisal Interview Nonverbal Interaction in Particular Professions The Teacher in the Classroom The Attorney in Court The Businessperson in a Leadership Position
15. The Future of Nonverbal Communication: A Review What We Know About Nonverbal Communication Where Is the Study of Nonverbal Communication Going? General Review
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