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G ROUP T OPIC : N ON -V ERBAL C OMMUNICATION Subtopic: Touch Behaviors By Pang-Nou Khang Why is Touch Behaviors so important?
T OUCH B EHAVIORS : A FFECTIONATE T OUCH Romantic Relationship touch behaviors includes holding hands, hugging, or kissing. Parent and Child touch behaviors includes cuddling, or sheltering. secure, unsecure (avoidance), ambivalent, and disorganized relationship For more information on Romantic Relationship:
T OUCH B EHAVIORS : P OWER AND C ONTROL You’re the host and you control people where the party is. To protect people from harm. Nurses direct patients around Video Click about Controlling Behavior:
T OUCH B EHAVIORS : C ARE GIVING TOUCH Service : Hair cutting have your teeth clean, physician touches you for a physical exam. Care giving touch is differ from affectionate touch. More information within this link:
T OUCH B EHAVIORS : R ITUALISTIC T OUCH Custom and tradition : (ex) In United States, shaking hands is greeting is a ritual and it does not convey any meaning about the relationship. Such as kissing on the lips or cheeks but doesn’t mean they are in some sort of relationship but a custom or traditional way to greet. (Kory, p.226.) Athletics touch sports: basketball, wrestling, soccer… Video Clip on Ritualistic Touch: erbal-communication-ritualistic- touch.html erbal-communication-ritualistic- touch.html
T OUCH B EHAVIORS : A GGRESSIVE TOUCH Behaviors to conflict physical harm such as punching, hitting, pushing, or kicking. Aggression touch leads to criminal act. Also, attempting to hit is aggression.
C ONCLUSION I agree that touch behaviors is very significant because you do more than just talking. Understanding these types of behaviors can improve communication with blind and deaf people because they depend on their other senses. Also, to understand people who do not speak the same language as you do.
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