... The questionnaire was clearly subdivided according to the channels of non-verbal communication, to wit: facial expressions, the clues in our voices ("vocal paralanguage"), hand gestures, body movements ("kinesics"), touch ("haptics"), and personal space.
From the abovementioned channels, both Australians and Indonesians predominantly share the same manifestations of nonverbal expressions on facial expressions (winking, staring, smiling, demonstration of feelings), vocal paralanguage, touch and concept of time and distance; except on the following areas:
Facial Expression – Glance:
The respondents composed of 20 Australians and 20 Indonesians differ in perception of this non verbal expression. Aust...