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Bodytalk : the meaning of human gestures

著者: Desmond Morris
出版商: New York : Crown Trade Paperbacks, ©1994.
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This world guide is the first attempt ever made to bring together in a single volume, human gestures from all around the world. More than 600 common gestures are illustrated, described, and explained. We all use gestures. They are the extra language we employ when words fail. We cross our fingers for luck, give the V sign, or offer a cheerful thumbs-up. In our own country we know exactly what these signs mean and we  再读一些...
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Morris, Desmond.
Bodytalk.
New York : Crown Trade Paperbacks, c1994
(OCoLC)607142272
Online version:
Morris, Desmond.
Bodytalk.
New York : Crown Trade Paperbacks, c1994
(OCoLC)608206176
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所有的著者/提供者: Desmond Morris
ISBN: 0517883554 9780517883556
OCLC号码: 30971597
描述: 231 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
责任: Desmond Morris.

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This world guide is the first attempt ever made to bring together in a single volume, human gestures from all around the world. More than 600 common gestures are illustrated, described, and explained. We all use gestures. They are the extra language we employ when words fail. We cross our fingers for luck, give the V sign, or offer a cheerful thumbs-up. In our own country we know exactly what these signs mean and we rarely use them inappropriately or mistake their meaning. In foreign countries, however, they may have different meanings, or we may encounter new gestures that we cannot understand. For the traveler this guide is indispensable. But it also has special appeal for anyone interested in human communication. And for the casual browser it contains hundreds of amusing examples of ways in which, almost without thinking, we use our hands, faces, and occasionally other body parts to insult, to threaten, to praise, to implore, and generally to communicate on a level deeper than the realm of spoken language.

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