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Description This paper is the analysis of nonverbal communication either in a video clip or in a public place. Please see the instructions below. You need to use concepts and theories from class notes. So please make an offer you are knowledgeable about nonverbal communication concepts i.e kinesics, face expressions.. (I will upload lecture notes). Option 1: Video clip -can use a movie or online video clip -suggested length: under 3 mins. Remember: you want detail not tonnes of summary and generalizations. -can be part of a larger movie -may have audio, but don’t lean on audio for analysis -no “Crazy Stupid Love” or “Friends episodes’. Silent films are a good option. -APA style citations, unless you are in a department that uses otherwise (ie. MLA) -12 pt Times New Roman -double-spaced -carefully proofread with correct grammar (ie: full sentences and no run-ons) 1. Introduction Provide context and summary (what is going on in the clip, overall? What is the context of this situation?) 2. Analysis (body) section -use no more than three key concepts (ie. Kinesics) from class. One, in-depth is fine. -organize however best suits the clip (ie. Chronological or thematic) -make sure analysis is detailed and specific. 3. Conclusion -make any final overall conclusions about the clip. Remember: unique, thoughtful insights gain marks -give at least one example where we might see this behaviour in real life Option 2: Real life, public place analysis -choose a public space an analyze one or more interactions within a set time and context -APA style citations (unless your department uses otherwise…eg MLA) -12 pt Times New Roman -double-spaced -carefully proofread with correct grammar (ie: full sentences and no run-ons) 1. Introduction Provide context and summary (What is the context of this situation?) -include all the pertinent details as they relate to the analysis -offer a well-supported hypothesis (ie. I think this couple is meeting for the first time; I think the student is nervous meeting his teacher) 2. Analysis section -organize as works best for your data (ie. Chronological or thematic). Most students lay out the details first and then provide the analysis. -be sure to relate to key content/theories from the course 3. Conclusion -any final overall observations.