Nonverbal kommunikation

Nonverbal kommunikation Nonverbal kommunikation består af to begreber: Det nonverbale henviser til betydningsdannelse skabt via alt andet end ord, og kommunikation henviser til, at ikke kun talere, men også modtagere er involveret i den samlede meningsskabelse. Mennesker skaber hele tiden mening gennem mange forskellige (multi-modale) handlinger i konkrete situationer og tillægger disse handlinger og situationer […]

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Forfatter Brian L. Due
Emneredaktør Tina Thode Hougaard
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Due 2017, Goodwin 2007, Mondada 2019


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