Seductive Communication : Paradoxical Exhibition , Obliquity and Non Verbal Synchronization

@inproceedings{Ciceri2001SeductiveC,
  title={Seductive Communication : Paradoxical Exhibition , Obliquity and Non Verbal Synchronization},
  author={Rita Ciceri},
  year={2001}
}
Seductive interaction is here analyzed as a flexible plurality of behavioral patterns, corresponding to the variety of communicative intentions: exhibition, approaching the partner, deepening reciprocal knowledge, and reaching of a level of intimacy. The attention is moved from a structural analysis in which seduction is described as a timed flow of interactions characterized by different “steps”, to a complementary approach which analyzes the communicative seductive behavior in each phase and… CONTINUE READING

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