EBOOK The Silent Language

  • Paperback
  • 224
  • The Silent Language
  • Edward T. Hall
  • English
  • 10 August 2018
  • 9780385055499

Edward T. Hall ✓ 4 review

The Silent Language review ☆ 104 characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Edward T. Hall characters The Silent Language Ticolare 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 generalizzazioni strutturali Ne emerge un’antropologia insieme viva e classica che ritroviamo poi in tutte le sue opereDelle opere di H si rico. Hall 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 have heard of professional poker players who are able to read tells from the behavior or reactions of other players that provide an advantage to the pro While Hall does not speak of poker players his examples make the same point His overall theme is that culture is communication Hence a car

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The Silent Language review ☆ 104 characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Edward T. Hall characters The Silent Language Rdano in particolare Il linguaggio silenzioso Bompiani Milano 1969 ed orig 1959; La dimensione nascosta Bompiani Milano 1968 ed orig 1966; Handbook for proxemic research Society for the Anthropology of Visual Communication Washington DC 1974; Beyond culture Anchor PressDoubleday Garden City NY 1976; The dance of life the other dimension of time Anchor PressDoubleday Garden City NY 1983; Hidden differences doing business with the Japanese Anchor PressDoubleday Garden City NY 1987; Understanding cultural differences Intercultural Press Yarmouth ME 1990; An anthropology of everyday life An autobiography Anchor Books New York 19. A very concise to the point read My only issue with it was the fallacy of generalization otherwise the author did well to scrutinize cultural aspects that we tend to ignore

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The Silent Language review ☆ 104 characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Edward T. Hall characters The Silent Language Antropologo americano Nasce nel 1914 a Webster Groves Missouri studia nelle Università di Denver e dell’Arizona master conseguendo poi il dottorato alla Columbia University di New York 1942 Dal 1942 al 1946 è arruolato nell’esercito prima sul fronte europeo poi nel Pacifico Al ritorno si stabilisce a Santa Fe Nuovo Messico Impegnato a osservare sul campo gli indiani Navajo Hopi e Trukesi gli ispano 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 par. Though 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 h