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(Solved) Gender Perception in Nonverbal Communication In this assignment, you will explore the role of nonverbal communication in interactions between


 Gender Perception in Nonverbal Communication

In this assignment, you will explore the role of nonverbal communication in interactions between genders.

Using the Argosy University online library resources and the Internet, research the differences in nonverbal communication between genders.

Once you have an understanding, observe a small group of people, which can be comprised of friends, family, or a group of strangers. The small group should have three to six people and be composed of both male and female members. Observe the group for 15–30 minutes, looking for the types of interactions taking place and how each person uses nonverbal communication to make oneself understood. Pay special attention to nonverbal signals and gestures (body language, facial expressions, eye contact, hand gestures, space, tone, appearance, etc.).

** Understand when doing your observations that you must protect the privacy of the people you observe. Anything you discover as part of your observation that does not relate directly to the objective of the assignment needs to be kept confidential. There are three different roles that you, as the observer, may have as defined below (Patton, 1986). In your paper, please discuss the type of observation you did and what you learned from that aspect.

  • Full participant observation: You took part in the conversation and were part of the "observation."
  • Partial observation: You were sometimes part of the conversation, but mostly stayed on the outer edge of it.
  • Onlooker: You were an outsider and simply observed another group's interactions. (this is recommended for the assignment)

Note the number of people in the group and briefly describe the interactions that you observed (who is doing most of the talking, number of people involved, the way members are seated, clothes, and the topic of conversation, if you know it, etc.). Create a matrix to present your observations (an example of a completed matrix is shown below—you will create your own to fit your specific observations).

 GenderBody languageFacial ExpressionsEye ContactHand GesturesSpaceToneAppearance1FLeaning towards the maleSmiling - seemed flirtatiousTrying to catch the eye of the maleNALeaning into the table toward the manHigh pitchedLots of make-up, hair fixed, a dress with heels2FPlaying with hairBiting lipRolling eyes at other femalePlaying with hairSlouched and pushed awayNA - not talkingSome make-up, hair in high pony, jeans and t-shirt3MLegs turned toward F2Gaze at F2Trying to catch the eyes of F2NASitting at opposite side of table, so more spaceInquisitiveJeans, polo shirt, flip flops, relaxedBased on your observations on how nonverbal cues are regulating the flow of conversation, write an analysis including answers to the following questions. Be sure to use terms and concepts from the textbook, research, and module readings.

  • What do you think is the topic of conversation? Describe the topic of conversation.
  • Assess how each member’s body posture and movements convey his or her status and attitude.
  • Deduce which nonverbal signals are responsible for showing emotion and feeling. Examine how these nonverbal signals help to explain what is going on.
  • Differentiate between the gestures used by males vs. females—conclude if there is a noticeable difference.
  • Compare what the research says in relation to what you observed.
  • Identify any inconsistencies in the person’s nonverbal communication with what he or she was talking about (ex: shaking head “yes” and saying “no”).
  • Examine what type of observation you did in reference to this assignment (types are listed above).
  • What did you find most challenging about interpreting nonverbal behaviors in this setting?
  • How does this assignment help you to better understand nonverbal communication and gender?

By  May 21, 2017, submit your matrix and your analysis in Word format . Include your matrix as the final page following your reference list. Write a 4–5-page paper (not counting title and references pages or the matrix) in Word format. Apply APA standards for writing, formatting, and citation to you work.

Patton, M. Q. (2008). Utilization focused evaluation. (4 ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publication.


Assignment 2 Grading CriteriaMaximum Points

Documented observation information with: place, time, date, length, and type of participant observation completed.28

Work presented an in-depth analysis of the function of nonverbal cues observed.28

Work provided an appraisal of what the challenges were in interpreting nonverbal behavior.28

Analyzed if there was a difference in how each gender used nonverbal communication. Explained how this helped you to understand how gender impacts communication better.28

Documented existing research and compared to what was observed.20

Matrix provided visual organization of nonverbal codes observed.24

Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.44

Total:200

 


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