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Syamsulhuda BM

so excited about it,


lets aware
The fascinating thing is that the
human animal is rarely aware of his
postures, movements, gestures,
position and distances that can tell
one story while his voice may be
telling another.
Its about the non-verbal aspects or
implications of face-to-face

Expressio
ns
Most of the basic
communication
gestures are the
same all over the
world, but

When in Rome
do as the Romans
the ring itself
do
represents the letter
O in the OK signal.
in France it also means
zero or nothing
in Japan it can mean
money
in some Mediterranean
countries it is an
orifice signal, often
used to infer that a
man is homosexual

the thumb-up
gesture
In Britain, Australia and New
Zealand has three meanings;
it is commonly used by hitch-hikers
who are thumbing a lift,
it is an OK signal,
when the thumb is jerked sharply
upwards it becomes an insult signal,
meaning up yours or sit on this.
Italians first count one

Many
gestures
become
sophistica
ted and
less
obvious

PERSONAL SPACE

Four distinct zone distances


Intimate Zone (between 15 and 45
centimetres or 6 to 18 inches)
Personal Zone (between 46 centimetres
and 1.22 metres or 18 to 48 inches)
Social Zone (between 1.22 and 3.6
metres or 4 to 12 feet)
Public Zone (over 3.6 metres or 12 feet)

Unwritten rules that people in


Western cultures follow rigidly when
faced with a crowded situation
You are not permitted to speak to anyone, including a

person you know.


You must avoid eye contact with others at all times.
You are to maintain a poker face - no emotion is
permitted to be displayed.
If you have a book or newspaper, you must appear to
be deeply engrossed in it.
The bigger the crowd, the less the body movement
you are permitted to make.
In elevators, you are compelled to watch the floor
numbers above your head.

Cultural Factors
Affecting Zone Distances

Cultural Factors
Affecting Zone Distances

Palm
Gestures

Lhagimana
lagi?

Palm
Gestures

Hand Shake
Styles

Hand Shake Styles

Hand Shake Styles

Hand Shake Styles

Perhatikan

Perhatikan (2)

Perhatikan (3)

Hand-to-Face Gestures

DECEIT, DOUBT,
LYING

APA ARTINYA ?

APA ARTINYA ?

CHEEK AND CHIN


GESTURES

Evaluation

Chin Stroking

Variations of Decision-Making
Gestures
Someone who wears

glasses ?
A pipe-smoker ?

Arm Barriers

Arm Gripping Gesture

PARTIAL
ARMCROSS
BARRIE
RS

Leg Barriers

Leg Barriers

Standi
ng Leg
Cross
Gestur
es

Defensive or Cold?

The Ankle-Lock
Gesture

The Foot Lock

PERFORMANCE (advice)
PAKAIAN (rapi, lengkap, sopan)
SIKAP TUBUH (tegap, bersemangat)
PANDANGAN MATA (adil, menyeluruh,

berganti-ganti)
AIR MUKA & TANGAN (mengikuti isi
pembicaraan)
SIKAP JIWA (tegas, tidak ragu-ragu)
SUARA (jelas, tidak monoton)
TULISAN (jika terpaksa : VISUALS)