paralinguistic


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par·a·lin·guis·tic

 (păr′ə-lĭng-gwĭs′tĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to paralanguage or its study.

par′a·lin·guis′ti·cal·ly adv.
par′a·lin·guis′tics n.
Translations

paralinguistic

[ˌpærəlɪŋˈgwɪstɪk] ADJparalingüístico
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The senders displayed many verbal, visual, and paralinguistic cues.
Your voice contains paralinguistic cues, the emotional experience while you're having it.
A plethora of other literacies followed, building on the ideas of semiotics (the science of signs as communication); added to linguistic and visual were paralinguistic signs (gestures and facial expression) and spatial signs--how things are depicted in space (Genette, 1992, wrote that poetry announces itself by its spaces).
The book starts from basics by defining spoken discourse as distinct from speech in that discourse includes the reciprocal interactions of linguistic and paralinguistic meaning with social contexts, then builds an interdisciplinary framework for studying spoken discourse using tools from linguistics, sociology, anthropology, and critical theory.
Nonverbal behaviors include the paralinguistic variables of emotional tone, timing and accent.
In addition to the stylistic accuracy of the translation of speakers' interactions, the present paper argues that important discursive information exhibited in the suprasegmental features in conversation should be documented on transcripts, including prosodic and paralinguistic elements, such as intonation, timing of responses and volume.
They seem to be satisfied with the analysis of the context and linguistic content of the speech without considering the paralinguistic factors that add meaning to the linguistic content.
Future researchers can assess the idea that paralinguistic features and non-verbal communication elements may be investigated in connection with pragmatic issues.
In his essay Hawkes emphasizes the paralinguistic qualities and
It consists of nine chapters dealing with stylistic techniques and key features, including "phonostylistics" on paralinguistic vocal features in literature (Jobert); grammatical configuration (Mahlberg); "semantic prosody," as in, an exploration of the typical shadings of a word's meaning through collocation (Louw and Milojkovic); action and event investigated with M.
For systematization and organization of data it was used the proposal of Shutze (8): Full transcription of interviews, and this transcription must involve paralinguistic characteristics --voice of the interviewed, breaks, intonation changes, silent and expressions, so the narratives not heard, that are fundamental in the analysis process which operates not only what is said, but how it is spoken.