Free Essays on Chronemics

  1. Nonverbal Communication Codes

    there are four that I want to focus on. The first is the proxemics code, which deals with personal space in territory. The next is the chronemics code. The chronemics code is defined as the way time is structured in the communication process. After that, I will discuss how the touching norms, or the...

  2. The Impact of Monochronic and Polychronic Time on Business

    international business and dealing with other cultures. The way time is perceived, structured and how people react to time an important communication tool (Chronemics, 2011). Traditionally, cultures use either monochronic time or polychronic time (Quion, 2008). Cultures can either be considered monochronic or...

  3. Verble & Non Verble Communication

    and negative feelings and may denote the following meanings: • playfulness • control • ritual purpose • task related Time - Chronemics Here, time is the main determinant of communication and is used in various: Example, past oriented means having a circular approach to life , present...

  4. Reading Analysis 1

    intended audience, but also the same nonverbal language. The textbook presents several nonverbal language types-vocalics, kinesics, proxemics, haptics, chronemics, physical appearance, and artifacts. Using words from the textbook, define each of these nonverbal language types, making sure, as you always must...

  5. 560 Bussiness Communication

    distance needed when speaking to a crowd of people is around 10 to 12 feet Q 1B. A. Chronomics Chronemics is the study of how time functions as a variable affecting communication. Chronemics can be classifies as polychromic or monocromics. The terms polychronic and monochronic are used to describe...

  6. human communication

    are a variety of verbal and non-verbal forms of communication. These include body language, eye contact, sign language, haptic communication,and chronemics. Other examples are media content such as pictures, graphics, sound, and writing. The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities also...

  7. What are the various types of communication? Describe the classification of non-verbal communication.

    of nonverbal communication 1) Body Language ( Kinesics) 2) Touching ( Haptics) 3) Personal Space and distance ( Proxemics) 4) Use of Time (Chronemics) 5) Tone of Voice (Paralanguage) 6) Physical environment ( physical Context) Kinesics: Kinesics is the most often studies and important...

  8. outline the different forms of verbal and non-verbal communication

    communication are classified in seven types which are kinesics, proxemics, physical appearance, haptics or use of touch, vocalics or use of voice, chronemics or use of time, artifacts or use of objects. Martes’s theory argues that kinesics or body activity can be with the use of eye contact, facial expressions...

  9. Non Verbal Communication

    most important thing in communication is hearing what isn’t said.” Non- Verbal Communication entails many aspects. These include: Body language, Chronemics, Dress, Graphics and symbols, Kinesics, Paralanguage and Proxemics. This essay will explore and elaborate on the various aspects and dynamics related...

  10. Study of a Church Service

    being prayed for. Last but not least the people in church touch each other with love, and some have aggressive Hi five’s. Moreover, there is the chronemics; the church service is in a microtime. Everything is polychromic; most people are multitasking, to them time doesn’t matter and in a way it is formal...

  11. stuff to learn

    This was conveyed by Jessica when she ran out of the living room crying. Jessica used space to show that she didn’t want to be around her sister. Chronemics is another form of non-verbal communication which refers to the use of time, waiting or pausing an example of this is when the nurse paused for a...

  12. CROSS CULTURE

    involve facial expression and body gesture; proxemics, which involve space and distance; haptics, involving touch, oculesics, involving eye contact; chronemics, involving time and paralanguage, involving tone of voice. Gabbott, and Hogg (2001) classified it into four categories; proxemics, involving distance...