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Nghệ thuật giao tiếp: không chỉ là nói

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(by David Kranes )

“We are bodies that learn language.”
–Kenneth Burke

“The best things cannot be told; the second best
are misunderstood.  After that comes civilized
conversation; after that, mass indoctrination; after
that, intercultural exchange.”
–Joseph Campbell 

To genuinely “speak” is so powerful that few do it.  And those who do speak do it rarely. Human beings use dialogue to avoid speaking.  Dialogue is the dance we do to avoid the music.  It is, in Harold Pinter’s words, “the speech to cover speech.”

Dialogue is one of the tools we have for negotiating what we want and for negotiating our relationships.

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Sử dụng ngôn ngữ cơ thể trong giao tiếp tiếng Anh – Speak English with Body Language

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Clip on Youtube. Thanks for sharing.


Xem thêm bài: Giao tiếp phi ngôn từ, Nguyễn Quang, Tạp chí Khoa học ĐHQGHN (2007)


 

Summary: A look at the importance of non-verbal communication.

When we speak, we use much more than just words. We also communicate with our face, our hands, and even our own body. This kind of communication can be called “body language” or “non-verbal communication”. Non-verbal communication not only includes how we move our body, but also hand gestures, facial expressions including eye contact, and how we use our voice. Psychologists estimate that between 60% and 80% of all of our communication with other people is non-verbal. We communicate a wide range of information non-verbally. We also show our feelings, attitudes, moods, hopes and wishes far better with non-verbal language than with words.

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