Cultural Rules Of Nonverbal Communication

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Nonverbal Communication Some people think that nonverbal communication is not as important when conversing, in fact, nonverbal cues are more important than the verbal part of relationships. Two cultural rules that govern nonverbal communication and are used every day that I have chosen to violate are personal space and keeping eye contact in a conversation. Keeping eye contact during a conversation as stated by our textbook shows respect and interest in what the other person is talking about. Personal space varies from culture to culture. Some cultures prefer being closer than usual when talking and others prefer their own personal space. Our textbook states that people from different cultures view personal space differently these cultures
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