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ED 070 108 CS 500 050
AUTHOR Thornton, Barbara L.
TITLE Bibliography for a Research of the Literature in
Nonverbal Communication and Its Applications, As
Related to the Study of Black American Nonverbal
16p.; Submitted as a partial requirement for a Master
of Arts Program (Plan B), University of Minnesota MF-$0.65 HC-$3.29
EDRS PRICE*Bibliographies; *Communication (Thought Transfer);
DESCRIPTORS*Ethnic Studies; *Human Posture; Literature Reviews;
*Nonverbal Communication; Research Reviews (Publications) *Black American Nonverbal Communication
ABSTRACTThis bibliography provides a general review of nonverbal communication--background and applications--in specific relation to Black American nonverbal communication. Approximately 230 entries from 140 authors, spanning the years 1932 to 1972, are arranged alphabetically by author. Professional journal articles and studies are the primary sources of information, but items from books, current dissertations, and unpublished manuscripts are also included.
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1 XI. Bibliography Abrahams, Roger D. The advantages of Black English. Florida FL Reporter, Spring/Fall, 1970. a.
Abrahams, Roger D. Afro-American language and culture in the Unpublished manuscripts 1970. b.
Abrahams, Roger D. A comparison of Afro-American and Euro- American patterns in dance & music. Presented at the University of Minnesota)April 11, 1972.
Abrahams, Roger D.
Abrahams, Roger D. Rapping and capping: Black speech as art. In John Szwed (Ed.), Black American. New York: Basic Books, Inc.,
Argyle, M. & Dean, J. Eye-contact, distance and affiliation.
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Austin, Wiliam M. Nonverbal communication. In A. L. Davis (Ed.), Culture, Class, and Language Variety. Urbana: National Council of Teachers of English, 1972, 140-169.
Barbara, Dominick A. The value of nonverbal communication in personality. Journal of nervous and mental disease, March, 1956, 123, 286-291.
Bateson, G. Communication. In N. A. McQuown (Ed.), Natural history of an interview. New York: Grune & Stratton. (in press)u Bateson, G., Birdwhistell, R. L., Brosin, H. W., Hockett, C. F., & McQuown, N. A. Natural history of an interview. New York: Grune and Stratton (in press).
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Birdwhistell, R. L. Introduction to kinesics. Louisville: University of Louisville Press, 1952. b.
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Birdwhistell, Ray. Kinesics and context: Essays on body motion communication. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1970.
Birdwhistell, R. L. A kinesic level in the investigation of the of the emotions. In P. Knapp (Ed.), Expression of the emotions in man. New York: International Universities Press, 1963.
Birdwhistell, R. L. Some body motion elements accompanying spoken American English. In L. Thayer (Ed.), Communication: Concepts and perspectives. Washington, D. C.: Spartan Books, 1967.
Birdwhistell, R. L. Some relationships between American kinesics and spoken American English. In A. Smith (Ed.), Communication and culture. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1966.
Boomer, D. S. & Dittman, A. T. Hesitation pauses and juncture pauses in speech. Language and speech, 1962, 5, 215-220.
Borden's eighteen classes of nonverbal behavior. Journal of communication, 15, 1965, 110-117.
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Burling, R. Man's many voices: Language in its cultural context.
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Bursack, Lois I. North American nonverbal behavior as perceived in three overseas urban cultures. Unpublished doctoral dis:Izertation, University of Minnesota, 1970.
Clark, Virginia P., Escholz, Paul A. & Rosa, Alfred F. (Eds.) Language.
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Cooke, Benjamin C. An initial classification on nonverbal communication among Afro-Americans. Master's thesis, Northeastern Illinois State College, 1968.
Corbin, E. Muscle action as nonverbal and preverbal communication.
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Critchley, Macdonald. The Language of Gesture. New York: 1939.
Crystal, D. & Quirk, R. Systems of periodic and paralinguistic features in English. The Hauge: Mouton, 1964.
Darwin, Charles. Expression of emotions in man and animals. New York: Philosophical Library, 1955. (Reprint from 1872) Davis, Flora. How to read body language. Public speaking as dialogue.
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Davis, Flora. The way we speak body language. Time Magazine, May 31, 1970, 8-9. b.
Davitz, Joel R. The communication of emotional meaning. New York:
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Davitz, Joel R. Nonverbal voal communication of feeling. Journal of communication, 1961, 9, 6-13.
Deutsch, F. Analytic posturology. loanalyaticalgyuarterlPscl, 1952, 21.
Deutsch, Felix. Thus speaks the body--an analysis of postural behavior.
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Dittman, A. I., Parloff, M. B. & Boomer, D. S, Facial and bodily expression: A study of receptivity of emotional cues. Psychiatry, 1965, 28, 239-244.
Duncan, Starkey. Nonverbal communication. Psychological bulletin, August, 1969, 72(2), 118-137.
Duncan, S. D., Jr., Rosenberg, M. J. & Finkelstein, J. The paralanguage of experimenter bias. Sociometry, 1969.
Efran, J. S. & Broughton, A. Effect of expectancies for social approval on visual behavior. Journal of personality and social psychology, 1966, 4, 103-107.
Efron, David. Gesture and environment. New York: King's Crown Press, 1941.
Ekman, Paul. Communication through nonverbal behavior: Source of information about interpersonal relationship. In S. S. Tompkins and C. C. Izards (Eds.), Affect, cognition, personality. New York: Springer Publishing Company, Inc., 1965, 390-442. a.
Ekman, Paul.. A comparison of the information communicated by head and body cues. Paper read at American Psychological Association Convention, 1964.
Ekman Paul. Differential communication of affect by head and body cues. Journal of personality and social psychology, 1965, 2(5), 726-735. b.
Ekman, Paul. Personality, pathology, affect and nonverbal behavior.
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Facial affect scoring techniques. Semiotica, Ekman, Paul & Friesen W. V.
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Ekman, P. & Friesen, W. V. Head and body cues in the judgment of emotion:
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Ekroth, Lauren E. The study of face to face communication between cultures: Present status & directions. Doctoral dissertation for University of Minnesota, 1967.
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Erickson, Frederick D. Logic of the particular:
survey with implications for discussion techniques in the intercultural classroom. Paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of english Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, 1971
Exline, R. V. Enplorations in the process of person perception:
visual interaction in relation to competition, sex, and need for affiliation. Journal of personality, 1963, 31, 1-20.
Frank, Lawrence K. Tactile communication. In Alfred G. Smith (Ed.), New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Communication and culture.
French, Russell L. Individualizing classroom communication. Educational leadership, November, 1970, 28(2) 193-196.
Galloway, Charles M. A model of teacher non-verbal communication.
Unpublished paper, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1967.
Galloway, Charles M. Teaching is communicating: Nonverbal language in the classroom. Washington: Association for Student Teaching, NEA, 1970.
Garner, C. William. Nonverbal communication and the teacher. School and society, October, 1970, 98, 363-364.
Gibson, J. J. & Pick, A. D. Perception of another person's looking behavior. American journal of psychology, 1963, 76, 86-94.
Goffman, E. Alienation from interaction. Human relations, 1957, 10, 47-60.
Goffman, F. Behavior in public places. New York: The Free Press, 1969.
Coffman, Erving. Encounters. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1961.
Goffman, E. Interaction ritual. Garden City, New York: Anchor Books, 1967.
Coffman, Erving. Presentation of self in everyday life. Garden City, New York: Anchor Books, 1959.
Goldman-Eisler, F. Psycholinguistics: Experiments in spontaneous speech. New York: Academic Press, 1968.
Corer, Goeffrey. African dances. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 10.
Green, Jerald R. Kinesics in the foreign-language classroom. Paper published by MLA/ACTFL Materials Center, New York, 1971.
Guardo, C. Self-concept and Personal space in children. Dissertation, University of Denver, 1966.
Hall, Edward T. The hidden dimension. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1966.
Hall, Edward. Listening behavior: Some cultural differences. Published paper by The Bridge, Chicago, March, 1970.
Hall, Edward T. Proxemics. Current anthropology, 1968, 9, 83-108.
Hall, E. T. Silent assumptions in social communication. Disorders of communication, 1964, 42, 41-55.
Hall, Edward T. The silent language. Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, 1959.
Hall, E. T. A system for the notation of proxemic behavior. American Anthropologist, 1963, 65, 1003-1026.
Hall, Edward T & White, William Foote. Inter-cultural communication:
A guide to men of action. Human organization, spring, 1960, 19(1).
(Reprint) Hamalian, Leo. Communication through gesture in the Middle East.
ETC, 1965, 22(1), 43-49.
Harris, Christie & Johnston, Moira. Figleafing through history: The dynamics of dress. New York: Atheneum, 1971.
Harrison, Randall. Nonverbal communication: Explorations into time, space, action and object. In J. Campbell...nd H. Hepler (Eds.), Dimensions of communication. Meno Park: Wadswcirth, 1965.
Hastorf, A. H., Schneider, D. J. & Polefka, J. Person perception.
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Hayes, Alfred S. Paralinguistic & kinesic pedagogical perspectives.
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Hayes, Francis. Gestures: A working bibliography. Southern folklore quarterly, December, 1957, 21, 218-317.