비언어적 의사소통에 관한 사례 연구

Title
비언어적 의사소통에 관한 사례 연구
Authors
박원
Keywords
비언어, 의사소통
Issue Date
1997
Publisher
인하대학교 교육연구소
Series/Report no.
인하교육연구제3권259-279 pp.
Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to work through the literature on nonverbal human communication as some theoretical backgrounds, and to reveal whether there is universality or not between Korean culture and American culture, and then to make out their implications for communication-oriented English language teaching in the Korean setting.
As a tool of thought and a means of communication, language in general and the English language in particular can be carried out not only by verbal communication but also by nonlingulistic conventions such as gestures, positions, eye-movements, facial expressions, and bodily movements. This study shows that there are much more different ways of nonverbal communication than similar ones between the two cultures. Communicative competence include nonverbal competence in human interaction - knowledge of all the varying nonverbal semantics of the second culture. Hence, this academic research implies that English-language teaching should involve understanding and using appropriate nonverbal communication in communicative language teaching and learining.
URI
http://dspace.inha.ac.kr/handle/10505/967
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