Nature of interpersonal communication (Verbal messages (Nonverbal messages…
Nature of interpersonal communication
Communicating verbally includes at least two people talking to each other using words to communicate with one another.
Nonverbal messages is when there is no verbal conversation, it includes components such as body language, pictures, texting, ect...
Nonverbal messages can be conveyed through the look on someones face, their posture, and other forms of body language.
Nonverbal messages can also be conveyed through pictures and text messages.
What is interpersonal communication
Definition of interpersonal communication
Interpersonal Communication is the verbal and nonverbal communication that goes on between two or more interdependent people.
Interdependent individuals are two people who have an effect on one another such as varied couples, siblings, and friends.
Different forms of verbal and nonverbal interpersonal communication
Over the phone
Snapchat is a form of nonverbal communication that I personally use quite a bit. We communicate through photographs on snapchat which is considered nonverbal.
Talking on the phone is a form of verbal communication because you are verbaly speaking to each other.
Communication over the internet can be a verbal and nonverbal form of communication. You can chat with people face to face over Skype, or read someone posts on Facebook and leave comments.