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Compare and Contrast American Communication and Muslim/Islam Communication, Such as Non-verbal or Listening
Journalism & Communication
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Compare and Contrast American Communication and Muslim/Islam Communication, such as non-verbal or listening. Student Name Course Name American Communication and Muslim/Islam Communication Communication is referred to as the action of passing on meaningful facts or information.
It is an important form of communication in every society and is known as silent language playing a major role in the everyday lives of humans from personal to business relations. Our culture administers the behavior in which individuals deal with each abovementioned feature of nonverbal communication. When an individual initially learns to converse in a second language, he can be dissuaded from the fluency of their oral signs. Altering with every culture is the interpreted meaning of different features of body languages as culture provides meanings to behavior, gesticulation, postures, and thus has an effect on every characteristic of non verbal communication. At first the comparison of culture variation in the nonverbal representation of emotion can be identified in both American and Muslim communication. Sentiments of companionship subsist all over the world, but the way to express this feeling varies. It is suitable in America for a gentleman to hug and hold hands with a female whereas in any Islamic country Muslims are prohibited or discouraged to display affection in this fashion. ...
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