The meaning of dance figures may be influenced by the emotional structure and content of the accompanying music (Laban 50), while the prevailing function of the musical message may be transferred to the kinesic
In the same vein, Guillemette Bolens applies her concept of kinesic
intelligence in a detailed reading of Charlie Chaplin's corporeal comedy.
Most obviously in this regard, he consistently deploys small-scale kinesic
and paralinguistic cues that are well captured in the synch sound, medium close and close up shots that Lunson uses to render his interviews, each of which help to generate a sense that he is amenable to self-effacement.
The examination of the use of kinesics
in eliciting expressive ensemble response and its application in an undergraduate choral conducting curriculum.
Visual cues--including kinesics
(body movement, gesture, and posture); facial expression and gaze behavior; and nonverbal auditory cues such as pitch, volume, and rate--function in concert intentionally or inadvertently to communicate emotion.
Foster, Springer, and Nakamura all engage in race studies, but they are divided into two sections and then Springer and Nakamura are separated by essays on kinesics
and fashion; in addition, O'Riordan would also be more effective in closer proximity to both Foster's essay and Gillis's femme fatale discussions.
To our own writing now and the contributions in this issue which, as usual, exemplify the wide spread of interests and concerns of language teachers, from the realisation of macrotheories in instances of micropractice--Mackerras using Vygotskian theory to teach Japanese text and my own article on language teaching grounded in kinesic
theory--to Curnow and Kohler on learner attitudes to language as a school subject, Ren discussing examiner bias, and Hayes on the matter of professional rewards.
A study by Albert Mehrabian in 1972 indicated that one person's liking for another is conveyed 55 percent by kinesic
expression (facial expression and body movement), 38 percent by tone of voice and only 7 percent by words.
Many non-verbal vocalizations and kinesic
That is, it assumes that homosexuality can be visibly signified by clothing, gait, posture, facial expression, hand gesture, or other kinesic
Messages (eye contact, facial expressions, and gestures).
Walters, Principles of Kinesic
Interview and Interrogation (Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 1996), preface.