The Silent Language Author:Edward T. Hall The spoken language is only one means of communication. A leading anthropologist reveals how people "talk" to each other without the use of words. — Our manners and behavior speak more plainly than our words. Tradition, taboo, environment, habits and customs, which are powerful influences on character and personality vary greatly from country to ... more »country. Most Americans, however, are not only totally ignorant of what is expected in other countries, but equally ignorant of what they are communicating to other people by their own normal behavior.
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