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LINGUIST List 20.2135

Thu Jun 11 2009

Qs: Linguistics, Nonverbal Communication & Chronemics

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        1.    Paul Donaldson, Linguistics, Nonverbal Communication & Chronemics

Message 1: Linguistics, Nonverbal Communication & Chronemics
Date: 02-Jun-2009
From: Paul Donaldson <pauldonaldsonhotmail.co.uk>
Subject: Linguistics, Nonverbal Communication & Chronemics
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Hello,

I would like to seek opinions/more information regarding chronemics and
it's relation to linguistics.

There are many journals, text books, and papers out there (for example
Neulip:2009, and Rogers and Steinfatt:1999) that depict chronemics and the
studies of monochronic and polychronic cultural behaviors as nonverbal
communication with in the area of intercultural communication.

It is my understanding that chronemics 'is not' a part of nonverbal
communication from a linguistics point of view. But I would like to read
other linguists opinions on this subject. While the likes of Neulip and
Rogers (et al.) are intercultural communication specialists, they are not
linguists and therefore disputed within the discipline.

Therefore, I would welcome other resources addressing linguistics and
chronemics.

Regards,

Paul Donaldson

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                            Pragmatics

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