Running Gender Difference in Nonverbal Communication Observational Research on Gender Difference in Nonverbal Communication Annie Mia Lacresha McElrath Columbia College HUMS Summer Term Abstract This paper examines the issue of gender differences in the use of hand gestures as a form of nonverbal While there is perhaps a at least in the to assume that women surpass men in this particular the research does not support that assumption or a number of scholars and experts seem to have conducted studies that show quite the Men and women are probably equally likely to use hand depending on the situation and their It is likely that the type of gesture is the most distinguishing aspect between males and with women using more limited or smaller while men tend to make grander gestures that are larger in a spatial This seems to concur with the idea that men are likely to be much more expansive in relation to the space that is available to them in any given Introduction If we are to believe the old speak louder than there is potentially a wealth of information that can be derived from a nonverbal methods of Mannerisms can often tip us off to whether
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