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The Silent Language (Copy 1) af Edward T.…
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The Silent Language (Copy 1) (original 1959; udgave 1973)

af Edward T. Hall (Forfatter)

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In the everyday, but unspoken give-and-take of human relationships, the "silent language" plays a vitally important role. Here, a leading American anthropologist has analyzed the many qays in which people "talk" to one another without the use of words.  The pecking order in a chicken yard, the fierce competition in a school playground, every unwitting gesture and action--this is the vocabulary of the "silent language." According to Dr. Hall, the concepts of space and time are tools with which all human beings may transmit messages. Space, for example, is the outgrowth of an animal's instinctive defense of his lair and is reflected in human society by the office worker's jealous defense of his desk, or the guarded, walled patio of a Latin-American home. Similarly, the concept of time, varying from Western precision to Easter vagueness, is revealed by the businessman who pointedly keeps a client waiting, or the South Pacific islander who murders his neighbor for an injustice suffered twenty years ago. "THE SILENT LANGUAGE shows how cultural factors influence the individual behind his back, wihtout his knowledge." --Erich Fromm… (mere)
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Titel:The Silent Language (Copy 1)
Forfattere:Edward T. Hall (Forfatter)
Info:Anchor (1973), Edition: Reissue, 217 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:Missions, Social Science, Sociology, Anthropology, Cultural, Intercultural Communication

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The Silent Language af Edward T. Hall (1959)

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A very dry read with a strong message. A message I wish I had learned back in high school.

Recently I found a quote that emphasizes a part of The Silent Language message.
"We don't see things as they are. We see things as we are"

This book explains why languages can never be 100% translated. One has to grow up in the culture to understand the nuances of words and body language. ( )
  iGroks | Dec 21, 2018 |
This work is helpful in understanding communication. Hall points out the importance of non-verbal communication. Examples of crucial communication that takes place non-verbally would include gestures and motion. The idea can be extended to meaningful examples of movement communication including the performance arts such as theater and dance. Ordinary communication though is replete with examples of how crucial non-verbal communication plays a role in ordinary discourse. Understanding is more difficult on the phone, through IMs, and in email, to mention just a few every day examples of how critical non-verbal cues play a role in communication. This is an excellent book.
  gmicksmith | Aug 15, 2009 |
An anthropologist talks of culture as communication.
  lgaikwad | Jul 21, 2007 |
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In the everyday, but unspoken give-and-take of human relationships, the "silent language" plays a vitally important role. Here, a leading American anthropologist has analyzed the many qays in which people "talk" to one another without the use of words.  The pecking order in a chicken yard, the fierce competition in a school playground, every unwitting gesture and action--this is the vocabulary of the "silent language." According to Dr. Hall, the concepts of space and time are tools with which all human beings may transmit messages. Space, for example, is the outgrowth of an animal's instinctive defense of his lair and is reflected in human society by the office worker's jealous defense of his desk, or the guarded, walled patio of a Latin-American home. Similarly, the concept of time, varying from Western precision to Easter vagueness, is revealed by the businessman who pointedly keeps a client waiting, or the South Pacific islander who murders his neighbor for an injustice suffered twenty years ago. "THE SILENT LANGUAGE shows how cultural factors influence the individual behind his back, wihtout his knowledge." --Erich Fromm

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