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Indeed, whether a gesture such as She’s stacked is obscene rather than just rude is very much in the eye of the beholder. 46 Some of those are comments, some are sexual invitations, and some are challenges. I. Obscene humiliations We sometimes talk of one person pissing on another, meaning doing something bad, degrading, or demeaning to the other person. It is figurative talk, but it comes from the image of one person actually pissing on another. To do that would be the maximal expression of contempt and domination by the person doing the pissing.

Judging by verbal equivalents, it seems, can be a very bad guide to what counts as the same or different gestures. D. 28 Some provide short dialogues or descriptions of a scenario; we use a cartoon to illustrate a context of use of a gesture. 28 See the Annotated Bibliography for examples. 28 Conventional Gestures D. The difficulty of giving the meaning of a gesture Morton Wiener, Shannon Devoe, Stuart Rubinow, and Jesse Geller in “Nonverbal Behavior and Nonverbal Communication,” 1972, think that we should be able to give a dictionary of the parts of a system of communication: We have thus far in the paper loosely defined communication as the making public of experience with a shared code for encoding and decoding.

IV A Grammar of Conventional Gestures? 39 Other gestures have emphatics or diminutives that are peculiar to the gesture. For example, Spitting, which is meant to show disagreement or disapproval, has a range of versions from least to most emphatic: • Moving your head to one side and expelling just a puff of air. This can be used jokingly with friends. • Moving your head to one side and making a sound “P’tui” as if spitting out something that tastes bad. This can be used jokingly with friends. • Moving your head to one side and actually spitting.

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