Edward Twitchell Hall (1914–2009) was an American anthropologist, a researcher specializing in cross-cultural studies, and is considered one of the founders of the study of nonverbal behavior and intercultural communication.

Biography and Major Works

Born in 1914 in Webster Groves, Missouri, Hall spent ...

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