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Birdwhistell - Kinesics and Context Essays on Body Motion Communication.pdf
Ray L. Birdwhistell, in this study of human body motion a study he terms kinesics , advances the theory that human communication needs and uses all the senses, that the information conveyed by human gestures and movements is coded and patterned differently in various cultures, and that these codes can be discovered by skilled scrutiny of particular movements within a social context. EN English Deutsch. Your documents are now available to view. Confirm Cancel. University of Pennsylvania Press
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Birdwhistell defined kinesics as “the study of body-motion as related T. Review of Ray L. Birdwhistell's “Kinesics and Context”, Psychiatry,
Kinesics is the interpretation of body motion communication such as facial expressions and gestures , nonverbal behavior related to movement of any part of the body or the body as a whole. The equivalent popular culture term is body language , a term Ray Birdwhistell , considered the founder of this area of study,  neither used nor liked on the grounds that what can be conveyed with the body does not meet the linguist's definition of language. Kinesics was first used in by an anthropologist named Ray Birdwhistell. Birdwhistell wished to study how people communicate through posture, gesture, stance and movement.
The ques- other things, Tylor discusses language in tion still remains as to how one moves to the children and adults and cultural kinesics in larger urban view through network analysis. But few