Charles Darwin body language

Charlie Chaplin: A Pioneer of Body Language Skills

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We bring you series on ‘Communication Skills and Body Language’ for Jan 2012. Here I present the first article on this topic. I am continued to ask, ‘How do I improve Spoken Communication Skills?’ I have taught many people, if you feel your strength cannot be spoken, then work on your body language skills. I say this, because everyone cannot learn languages at the same pace, doesn’t rule out the option of know the minimum required spoken communication skills. I feel the perception carried by people ‘Communication means English’ is perhaps not the right way. To validate some of the points as said above, ’Speech was probably first developed between 2 million and 500, 000 years ago, before then the body language and sounds made in the throat were the main forms of conveying emotions and feelings and perhaps its true to date. The people before the spoken language was developed, had high ability to read person’s attitude and their thoughts was perhaps the original communication system used.

Early 1890 till 1930 film industry had silent films, one of the most well-known and pioneer was Sir Charles Spencer (popularly known as Charlie Chaplin) was a great English comic actor, film director and composer. He was one of the best pioneer in using body language skills during silent film era. Each character (actor’s) skill was classed as good and bad by the extent use of body gestures and signals to communicate the audience. Charles Darwin in 1872 wrote most influential work ‘The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animal’, on body language. Similarly Albert M 1950′s findings are worth to mention, his findings were – only 7 percent of verbal communication was used against the 55 percent through body language. Another pioneer, Anthropologist Ray Birdwhistell estimated that an average a person actually speaks for ten to eleven minutes a day and the average sentence takes only about 2.5 seconds. He estimated that a person can make and recognize 2, 500 facial expressions. Many researchers are of an opinion that, body language is used as a substitute for verbal messages and negotiating interpersonal attitudes. This all means, words are used for conveying information. The most fascinating thing about us (human beings) is that our posture, movements and gestures tells one thing and our voice tells another thing.

Stay tuned for next article on ‘Are Women more perceptive than Men?’- An ability to read body language

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by Dwight-Roganist

Pretty much, a species of birds evolved to their surroundings.. longer beaks to reach further in the tree holes to get food...
Darwin's finches (also known as the Galápagos finches or as Geospizinae) are a group of about 15 species of passerine birds.[1] It is still not clear which bird family they belong to, but they are not related to the true finches. They were first collected by Charles Darwin on the Galápagos Islands during the second voyage of the Beagle. All are found only on the Galápagos Islands, except the Cocos Island Finch from Cocos Island.
The term Darwin's Finches was first applied by Percy Lowe in 1936, and popularised in 1947 by David Lack in his book Darwin's Finches

Hotbed of biodiversity: Fascinating images of wildlife from the Galapagos Islands

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Located 575 miles off the coast of Ecuador, this remote volcanic archipelago is famous as the birthplace of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection.

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Second Law. There are no other laws, because any other law would violate the first law.

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