Flashcards in Cultural Codes: Useful Deck (40):
Almost unconscious gestures used to relieve stress or boredom
How attitudes influence our feelings
Helps clients express feelings in a socially acceptable manner
How a story is told
Communication of information through body position and gestures.
Changing between languages or dialects depending on who we are talking to.
The ability to use language appropriately in a variety of contexts or situations.
Adjusting language style to mirror the person we are talking to if we want to convery warmth, friendliness and empathy
Moving language style away from the other person's language style can signal status or the desire to avoid intimacy
Gestures that stand for a specific verbal meaning
Looking, eye-contact; a code of nvc
How the individuals in a group relate to one another and the group
A significant code of NVC (It's on your head)
Communication through touch
Gestures that augment a verbal message
Communication between groups
Communication between two people
Communication within a group
Looking glass theory
The idea we base views of ourself on how we think others are perceiving us and judging us.
The tendency for us to see ourselves through a reflection of how others see us
Eye movement, length and direction of gaze, changes in pupil size.
The way we position ourselves physically in relation to others
Ritualised small talk e.g. "Have a nice day"
How high or low a sound is
The accent associated with upper-class speakers of English. Also known as Queen's English.
To be reflective on who you are.
When a media text makes reference to itself
A code of NVC
A code of NVC (nose)
Speech habits from social groups
All the NVCs except dialogue which a person uses to communicate to audience
Automatic language adjustment from one speech style to another (goodbye or see ya)
Those we communicate alongside
A code of NVC
The attitude somebody has towards something, which indicates what someone is feeling or thinking
The overall quality of a sound
Transactional analysis (Berne)
There are 3 ego states: Parent, Adult, and Child. These are ego states that everyone can transfer to.