Kinesics meaning

kə-nēsĭks, -zĭks, kī-
The study of nonlinguistic bodily movements, such as gestures and facial expressions, as a systematic mode of communication.
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The study of bodily movements, facial expressions, etc. as ways of communication or as accompaniments to speech.
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Non-verbal communication by means of gestures, and/or other body movement.
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Origin of kinesics

  • From Greek kīnēsis movement kinesis

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Ancient Greek κίνησις (kinēsis, “motion, movement”).

    From Wiktionary