Monday, May 28, 2012

Tom Bruneau (Requiescat in Pacem)

Emphathy and Listening. Tom Bruneau

The Time Dimension in Intercultural Communication, by Tom Bruneau

Dr. Thomas Bruneau (interview)


Chronemics and the Verbal-Non Verbal Interface

Silence, Silences, and Silencing

Subjective Time, Social Interaction and Personal Identity,by Dr.Thomas Bruneau

Bruneau. T. J. (1985a). Silencing and stilling process: The creative and temporal bases of signs. Semiotica. 56 (3/4): 279-290.
Bruneau, T. J. (1985b, June). The future of sociocultural change: Traditional sociocultural temporality in the contexts of rapid technological advance. Paris and Tokyo: United Nations University, New social thought project. Kings College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England.

Bruneau. T. J. (1986). The structure of chronemics. In Bagley. T. (ed.) Current trends in non-verbal communication, (pp. 95-120) Jonesboro, AK: Arkansas State University Press.

Bruneau, T. J. (1987). The structure of chronemics. In: Bagley, T. (ed.). Current Trends in Nonverbal Communication. Jonesboro, AR: Arkansas State University, pp. 95-120.

Bruneau. T. J. (1988). Personal lime and self-identity. In: Reale. P. (ed.). Tempo E Ideutita. Milano. Itali: Franco Angeli. pp. 102-115.

Bruneau, T. J. (1989). The deep structure of intrapersonal communication processes. In: Roberts. C, & Watson. K. (eds). Intrapersonal Communication Processes: Original Essays. Scottsdale. AZ: Gorsuch Scarsbrick. pp. 69-86.

Bruneau. T. J. (1990, 1977). Chronemics: The study of time in human interaction. In: DeVito, J. A., & Hecht, M. (eds), The Nonverbal Communication Reader. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, pp. 301-311.

Bruneau, (1994, Dec). Intra personal Motion: Neurophysiology and Philosophizing. Paper presented at the First International Colloquium on Deixis. Lexington, KY, University of Kentucky.

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