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Definition of the noun Metacommunication
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- Communication that indicates how verbal information should be interpreted; stimuli surrounding the verbal communication that also have meaning, which may or may not be congruent with that of or support the verbal talk. It may support or contradict verbal communication; Communication which is implicit and not expressed in words.
- synonym: tone of voice
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A Theoretical Background by P.B. de Maré
Metacommunication is an inherent quality of 'insight' and might also be seen as a Contemporary formulation of the One in...
Metacommunication is a way of transcending barriers to intercommunication by bringing the metacommunicational ...
etacommunication A metacommunication is an implied meaning conveyed by the choice of words, tone of voice, fumbling, silence or omission.
Social Work Series by P. R. Day
A metacommunication is a communication about a communication: it qualifies it, modifies it, or denies it. It may be non-verbal, e.g. being expressed by shouting or a gruff tone, smiling, or posture. Or clues may be obtained from the context of ...
by Alan Fogel, Maria C. D. P. Lyra, Jaan Valsiner
Metacommunication is an explicit strategy by which individuals re- flexively call attention to a communication process, or to the relationship as a whole. Metacommunication, therefore, is an evaluative communication that is created in order to ...
Transactional Analysis (2009)
100 Key Points and Techniques by Mark Widdowson
A metacommunication is an intervention that utilizes the therapist's countertransference in the here and now of the therapy together with exploration of the hereandnow process of the therapy in a collaborative engagement with the client so as ...
by Stephen Palmer, Ray Woolfe
Metacommunication is a central principle in all systemic work describing the ...
by Cristina Zucchermaglio, Sebastiano Bagnara, Susan U. Stucky
Metacommunication is a main source of explicit adjustment of mental models.
by Stephen W. Littlejohn, Karen A. Foss
metacommunication is communication about communication. Metacommunication is a common human activity; indeed, in a variety of ways people are almost continuously communicating about communication both nonverbally or verbally.
Performance Studies (2013)
An Introduction by Richard Schechner
” What about audience participation, public meetings, Boal's Forum Theatre, or other performances whose metacommunication is that the playing includes or even demands a ...
Play Contexts Revisited (1999)
by Stuart Reifel
Metacommunication is a term often used to indicate management messages that clarify how other verbalizations and behavior should be interpreted, or to establish the appropriateness of behavior in a particular play context (McLoyd, Thomas, ...
Deadly Therapy (2008)
Lessons in Liveliness from Theater and Performance Theory by Michael Karson
Metacommunication is a solution to many paradoxes and binds. Therapists know this.
Practical Stress Management (2017)
A Comprehensive Workbook by John A. Romas, Manoj Sharma
Metacommunication: Metacommunication is a form of communication that means different things at different levels. The word “meta” means in addition to. Therefore, metacommunication means implying more in addition to the manifest ...
by Anna DiStefano, Kjell Erik Rudestam, Robert Silverman
Metacommunication is a term used to refer to anything that a person takes into account as an aid in interpreting what another person is saying, the nature of a given situation, how to comprehend what is happening, and so on.
by Paul M. Salkovskis
Metacommunication refers to communication about communication. The metaphor highlights the distinction between communications that are not about communication and communications that are, the many different forms of communication ...
by Carole Lium Edelman
Metacommunication Besides verbal and nonverbal communication, a phenomenon called metacommunication refers to a message about the message . Watzlawick and colleagues (1967) described metacommunication as the impossibility of ...
by Jon Carlson, Shannon B. Dermer
Janee Both Gragg Metacommunication is a type of communication other than primary verbal communication. As a secondary form of communication, metacommunication encompasses the subtleties and nuances involved in the act of ...
by Edward S. Neukrug
metacommunication—that is, the honest discussion by family members of how they are interpreting one another's behavior. They will then understand and validate one another for devising alternative strategies for solving the original threat to ...
Dictionary of Psychotherapy (2014)
by Sue Walrond-Skinner
differences in the kind of communication (metarule, metacommunication); differences in the level of theorising (metatheory, metapsychology); ...
by Craig Scott, Laurie Lewis
In addition to its centrality to the CCO perspective, metacommunication relates to other important areas in current ...
Communication from Ancient Times to the Information Age by Theresa Enos
A number of related terms have surfaced, ranging from metalanguage, to metacommunication, to metatalk. Metalanguage or metalingual function focuses on the underlying code of language, as opposed to other components of any given ...
by S. Richard Sauber
metacommunication Duhl, B. S. (1983). From the inside out and other metaphors. New York: Brunner/Mazel. metacommunication A message about a message. The second message qualifies what was said in the first message—for ...
by Daniel Chandler, Rod Munday
See also FALSIFIED METACOMMUNICATION; IMMANENT REFERENCE; METAMESSAGE; compare METALINGUAL FUNCTION. metadata *Data about data. In webpages, embedded labels aiding indexing and retrieval by search engines.
by Constance L. Shehan
Metacommunication is a descriptor of what is communicated to others covertly through tone, impact, and expectation rather than overtly through the words used. Homeostasis and family homeostasis describe the desire to maintain stability as ...
A Dictionary of Stylistics (2014)
by Katie Wales
Closely related to metalanguage are terms in discourse analysis like metacommunication, metatalk and metastatement, which all describe communication METADIEGESIS; METADIEGETIC about communication, second- order discourse.
by Michael Byram, Adelheid Hu
Interaction between partners moves back and forth between content and form of language, incorporating phases of metacommunication ...
The Dictionary of Psychology (2016)
by Ray Corsini
metacommunication Auxiliary or covert messages, usually in the form of nonverbal subtle gestures, movements, and facial expressions that suggest how a communication should be understood. metacontrast A ...
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