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Nonverbale Kommunikation

  • Winfried Nöth
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Zusammenfassung

Nonverbale Kommunikation hat sich als Terminus (1.) für einen Gegenstandsbereich durchgesetzt, dessen Extension nicht immer einheitlich bestimmt wird (2.). In diesem Handbuch umfaßt er die Gebiete →Gestik und »Körpersprache«, →Kinesik, →Mimik, →Blick- und →taktile Kommunikation sowie →Proxemik und teilweise →Chronemik, wobei jedoch die Semiotik des Raums und der Zeit auch andere semiotische Aspekte aufweist. — Während Sprache per definitionem kommunikativ ist, entsteht nonverbale Kommunikation erst unter bestimmten Bedingungen aus einem Bereich des nichtkommunikativen Verhaltens (3.1–3.2), wobei die Beziehungen des Nonverbalen zu anderen Kommunikationsformen näher zu untersuchen sind (3.2–3.3).

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