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- Mar 2022
On other occasions,gesture supplies meaning that is not found anywhere in the speaker’s words
Gesture can supply contextual meaning of a speaker's meaning that isn't found in their spoken words.
What potential implications might this have to famous examples of visual versus non-visual communication, specfically: - The Kennedy/Nixon debates in which television and radio audiences had different perceptions of who won or lost. - Donald J. Trump's speeches where his politicobabble could be construed to mean almost anything to any listener, but his gestures may sway the meaning to a more concrete meaning.