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Ano americani di Nuovo Messico e America latina gli arabi del Mediterraneo e gli iraniani il suo approccio professionale non è in linea con le tradizioni dell’antropologia classica Egli non approfondisce alcuna cultura in particolare e utilizzando estensivamente la linguistica acuista notorietà soprattutto per le sue ricerche e le sue pubblicazioni concernenti la ‘comunicazione interculturale’ e la ‘prossemica’ che preferisce rivolgere non tanto agli addetti ai lavori uanto al più vasto pubblico Responsabile dei programmi di formazione nel Foreign Service Institute agli inizi degli anni Cinuanta introduce i diplomatici alle culture straniere con una metodologia che media tra esempi concreti e generalizza

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The Silent LanguageZioni strutturali Ne emerge un’antropologia insieme viva e classica che ritroviamo poi in tutte le sue opereDelle opere di H si ricordano in particolare Il linguaggio silenzioso Bompiani Milano ed orig ; La dimensione nascosta Bompiani Milano ed orig ; Handbook for proxemic research Society for the Anthropology of Visual Communication Washington DC ; Beyond culture Anchor PressDoubleday Garden City NY ; The dance of life the other dimension of time Anchor PressDoubleday Garden City NY ; Hidden differences doing business with the Japanese Anchor PressDoubleday Garden City NY ; Understanding cultural differences Intercultural Press Yarmouth ME ; An anthropology of everyday life An autobiography Anchor books New York

Download Reader ß The Silent Language ↠ Paperback Born in Webster Groves Missouri Hall taught at the University of Denver Colorado Bennington College in Vermont Harvard Business School Illinois Institute of Technology Northwestern University in Illinois and others The foundation for his lifelong research on cultural perceptions of space was laid during World War II when he served in the US Army in Europe and the PhilippinesFrom th.

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  • Lance

    Download Reader ß The Silent Language ↠ Paperback The Silent LanguageThough this book played an important role in identifying supra linguistic aspects of communication Halls methodology was developed within a context of American domination Most of his evidence is anecdotal and most of the anecdotes occur in situations where Americans are in power and confused by their inability to communicate with or control the behavior of people in other countries His examples include diplomat to foreign citizen teacher to foreign student military to foreign government etc He rarely gives any examples where power dynamics are reversed eual or simply complex This renders many of his observations and methods unuseful in a transnational world where America is no longer the dominant super power and intercultural contexts are highly varied We can no longer hold on to the notion that culture is static and tied


  • Joel Arnold

    Download Reader ß The Silent Language ↠ Paperback The Silent Language16 good story of cross cultural confusion17 cultures have an appropriate lead time how much advance notice you must give about something to plan ahead 35 there are no basic elemental units for culture and therefore it is impossible to teach culture the way you teach language Some of this is because culture is a deep unconscious thing39 culture hides


  • Andrew

    Download Reader ß The Silent Language ↠ Paperback The Silent LanguageLet's start by saying that this is in many ways an embarrassingly dated worklifts up unwieldy metal frame labeled HISTORICAL CONTEXT tosses it out the windowEdward T Hall writes with a shocking paucity of empirical evidence writes entirely in vague assertions and anecdotes with riffs based on the now highly discredited ideas of functionalist social science tries to defend the multiplicity of culture while still asserting himself from the position of the all seeing eye of the American social scientist makes no attempt to problematize wide scale stereotypes writes anthropology for an audience largely consisting of low r


  • George Siehl

    Download Reader ß The Silent Language ↠ Paperback The Silent LanguageHall's Silent Language reveals how one's culture produces unconscious behaviors that allow others to read messages that are being sent unknowingly the Silent Language The 1959 book was meant for lay readers and for professionals in the fields of anthropology and linguistics It got a bit dense for this lay reader but I am glad to have read the book In many cases Hall offers examples of real world situations that clarify difficult passages in the textWe may h


  • Holistr

    Download Reader ß The Silent Language ↠ Paperback The Silent LanguageCan get very technical I admire the writer for putting out such a well written book about technicalities of Culture His consistent crediting to his colleagues and co authors gave it very humble touch Sets Isolates Patterns in 3 levels of integration informal formal technical stems out of Primary Messaging Systems used in communication between organisms Communication lens used to view and explain the culture was used profoundly with great diligence and attention to detail I already started to use integration levels in my English classes so that students are aware there is a difference in use of vocabulary and grammar and cant be simply transferred from one level to another to serve the same purpose And that's what makes native speakers easily recognizable from non native ones


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  • Jo Poladoghly

    Download Reader ß The Silent Language ↠ Paperback The Silent LanguageA very concise to the point read My only issue with it was the fallacy of generalization otherwise the author did well to scrutinize cultural aspec


  • Abigail

    Download Reader ß The Silent Language ↠ Paperback The Silent LanguageOutdated but really interesting foundational text on intercultural and nonverbal communication


  • Islam

    Download Reader ß The Silent Language ↠ Paperback The Silent LanguageThe cover of the book has a uote 'The Silent Language' shows how cultural factors influence the individual behind his back without his knowledgewell it doesn'tThis book is about establishing a template for anthropologists to use when they study different cultures this template can be followed to identify and 'define' the different components of that culture It's uite an ambitious goal but as we know today he failed; the way different cultures developed and converged from the 50's until today changed most of what this book has to say th


  • Bria

    Download Reader ß The Silent Language ↠ Paperback The Silent LanguageSome interesting points and anecdotes made but it seems to suffer from that disease of the mid 20th century where everything has to be made into a science very technically analyzed stages and pieces name a system of parts derived If there is such a thing sure but any particular theory that points out preferred vocabulary terms and say 'This complex phenomena is made by some combination of these four principles' well To be fair he is very clear about how this is just