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dc.contributor.authorIssa Al-Qaderi-
dc.contributor.authorAhmed Alduais-
dc.contributor.authorSui Li Wang-
dc.identifier.citationIssa Al-Qaderi. Non-verbal Communication across Cultures: a Case Study of Chinese, Polish, Turkish and (Yemeni) Arabic Cultures / Issa Al-Qaderi, Ahmed Alduais, Sui Li Wang // Научный результат. Сер. Вопросы теоретической и прикладной лингвистики. - 2017. - Т.3, №3.-С. 53-62. - DOI: 10.18413/
dc.description.abstractTo establish for a further study examining the degree of similarity and dissimilarity across cultures through four selected cultures (Chinese, Polish, Turkish and Yemeni) in fifteen identified paralanguage features. A non-experimental study was conducted where four participants from the four different countries took part in the study. Each was either interviewed or engaged in a guided discussion towards collecting the required data. Both reliability and validity within the qualitative research framework - credibility, transferability, dependability and confirmability have meet the basic requirementsru
dc.subjectparalanguage featuresru
dc.subjectnon-verbal communicationru
dc.subjectChinese cultureru
dc.subjectPolish cultureru
dc.subjectTurkish cultureru
dc.subjectYemeni cultureru
dc.titleNon-verbal Communication across Cultures: a Case Study of Chinese, Polish, Turkish and (Yemeni) Arabic Culturesru
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