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International Body Language, Gestures & Manners: Don’t Be “That Guy!”

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[PDF] GESTURES DOS AND TABOOS OF BODY LANGUAGE AROUND THE WORLD PDF

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GESTURES DOS AND TABOOS OF BODY LANGUAGE AROUND THE WORLD

However, this is quite the contrary in some other culture.

  • Beckoning someone with a bent finger is considered impolite.

  • Facial expressions, gestures, mannerisms, and degree of eye contact vary greatly across countries.

Manners and Etiquette

Speakers generate a great amount of emotion and interest through the use of non-verbal communication, often called gestures or body language.

  • Canadian Stereotypes and Politeness The common international stereotype that Canadians are excessively, or even absurdly polite is well-known in Canada, and even if not entirely warranted, still affects the way Canadians deal with one another.

  • Image Retrieved from: What is communication? Newspapers around the world expressed their astonishment at the use of such a gesture.




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