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Appearance Objectics- study of personal artifacts Object language- the way a person appears (clothes, hair, articles worn or carried) or the display of the human body and its apparel. Appearance (cont). May indicate occupation, culture, status, or group membership

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AppearanceObjectics- study of personal artifactsObject language- the way a person appears (clothes, hair, articles worn or carried) or the display of the human body and its apparel

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Appearance (cont).
  • May indicate occupation, culture, status, or group membership
  • The objects a person chooses to have, carry, or wear may also nonverbally communicate something about that person

For example, diamond ring on the left finger, cross or Star of David, athletic letter

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Appearance (cont).
  • A person's use of objects may give clues to internal state (emotions)

For example, clicking a pen might be from nervousness, or tapping something loudly on a desk could be anger

  • A person's appearance may "type" them in terms of school groups (jocks, brains, delinquents, etc.)