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Title: Nonverbal communication as an expression of family relations

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Description:

Contemporary family in a situation of change

Abstract:

Family is the basic and immediate environment of human life, in which one becomes a person. It is in that social circle that all of the most important needs - existential, conscious and emotional - are being fulfilled. The mutual understanding of the family members creates a plane for integration. A feeling of community is constructed upon it. Interpersonal relationships called social relations are becoming important to everyone. Their character and strength of bond vary. The underlying powers are also diverse. The family as a unique social group has its own codes of communication, including a nonverbal code. Its understanding and correct decoding is made possible through social experience originating in a common circle.Direct contact dominates in this type of communication, with the phatic function being the most important one. Communicating in this way bears a strong emotional charge, which makes it the best means for transferring values. Competence of the users is shaped by the emotional bond between the members of the family.

Date issued:

2011

Resource Type:

journal

Format:

application/pdf

Identifier:

ISSN 2082-9019 ; e-ISSN 2300-5866 ; doi: 10.23734/wwr20113.015.024

Language:

pol

Relation:

Wychowanie w Rodzinie, T. 3 (2011), s. 15-24

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Licence:

Rules of usage of Digital Library of Wroclaw University

Licence text:

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Rights holder:

© Copyright by Krystyna Ferenz

Location of original object:

Biblioteka Instytutu Pedagogiki UWr

Autor opisu:

h.w.

Object collections:

Last modified:

Oct 16, 2018

In our library since:

Oct 9, 2015

Number of object content hits:

76

All available object's versions:

http://repozytorium.uni.wroc.pl/publication/66792

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