The first journal need to be filled about 300 more words down below about which nonverbal behaviors are you most sensitive to in your interactions with others? Which are you least likely to notice in others? How might your increased understanding of nonverbal communication improve your relationships?
Which nonverbal behaviors are you most sensitive to in your interactions with others? There are several nonverbal behaviors that bothers me when interacting with others. First, when I lived under the same roof with my sister, she has a tendency to ignore me when I try to engage in an normal conversation with her, she will nod her head and not make any eye contact. It was very annoying and I believe she did that on puporse to tick me off.
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In what ways is your language use affected by your culture, gender, or a specific co-culture? When I visted South Korea for the summer, I had to be careful what I say to people. When having a conversation with people in Korea, you must constantly think about whom you are addressing in terms of age and social standing to determine the correct politeness level. It will be considered rude to speak informal Korean to someone that you've never met before; therefore, you would have to get there permission to speak informal. Age difference is a big deal in Korea, even if the age difference is just one year apart, formal language honorifics will be used. For example, I met my mom's friend son that was only one year apart from me; I couldn't call him by his first name, and had to call him "hyung," which means older brother. I have to choose the appropriate word according to a person whom I'm talking to. Even in some situations when I need talk to a store manager or a co-worker, I would have to say his/her last name, followed by their profession or rank.
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Which nonverbal behaviors are you most sensitive to in your interactions with others?
There are several nonverbal behaviors that I am sensitive to whilst interacting with others. The first of these involves my experience of co-habiting with my sister. she has a tendency to ignore me whilst I try to engage her in conversation. She will nod her head and not make any eye contact. It was very annoying and at the time, I was led to believe this behavior was intentional to upset me.
Secondly, I do not like speaking to someone whilst their back is turned to me and they are continuing with whatever it is they are doing. I lost the flow of my thoughts and the conversation is not as enjoyable.
Which are you least likely to notice in others?
I would be least likely to notice subtle changes is nonverbal behavior such as shallower breathing when someone is calm. If someone is sitting erect and leaning forward, decreasing the space between us, I may notice this subconsciously, but not register it consciously. The subtle changes in their skin-tone around their nose and mouth would also lead me to know how relaxed or tense they are feeling, but this takes years of practice to notice. I would also fail to notice if someone’s pupils dilate whilst speaking to them, which would indicate whether or not they are following and understanding what I am saying to them. A variation in the pitch and tone of someone’s voice is also difficult to keep track of. ...
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