Verbal Communication

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  • The use of language and its symbols and sounds to convey messages. Communi cation that is verbal may also be accompanied by other forms of communication, including body language, images, sounds, and elements of voice and tone as well as nonverbal forms such as gesture, appearance, style, movement, and stress. Verbal communication is studied by a formal linguistic analysis of spoken words or by considering the interactions of people during a speech act. A study of the interpretation and meaning of verbal communications and its speech codes may also be conducted. It is also possible to look at the use of verbal communication in a social situation and analyze the effects of gender, class, ethnicity, education, and origin on the forms of verbalization. Verbal communication ...

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