The field of nonverbal communication is a strategic site for demonstrating the inextricable interrelationship between nature and culture in human behaviour this book originally published in 1997 aims to explode the misconception that biology is something that automatically precludes or excludes culture. The search for the biological foundations of human culture inevitably leads to nonverbal communication superficial intuition suggests that nonverbal communication is a sine qua non for the evolution of sociality without it the diversity and sophistication of todays social systems would be unimaginable. Nonverbal communication where nature meets culture responsibility edited by ullica segerstrle peter molnr crossing the boundary between culture and nature ullica segerstrale and peter molnar the search for the biological foundations of human culture leads to nonverbal communication advances in the evolution of nonverbal . Nonverbal communication science and applications editors david r matsumoto mark g frank hyi sung hwang bf 637 n66 n657 2013 nonverbal communication where nature meets culture edited by ullica segerstrle peter molnr. Nonverbal communication in nonhuman primates implications for the emergence of culture stephen j suomi communication signals of animals contributions of emotion and reference peter marler and christopher s evans social function of smile and laughter variations across primate species and societies signe preuschoft and jan ar
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