The role of interaction of verbal and non-verbal means of communication in different types of discourse 620
State University – the Higher School of Economy, Moscow, Russia
Communication relies on verbal and non-verbal interaction. To be most effective, group members need to improve verbal and non-verbal communication. Non-verbal communication fulfills functions within groups that are sometimes difficult to communicate verbally. But interpreting non-verbal messages requires a great deal of skill because multiple meanings abound in these messages.
Keywords: investigation, communication, verbal, non-verbal, interaction, chat, discourse, academic and professional training.
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