Hall (1984). Glossary. (The dance of life: The other dimension of time.)

Hall, E. T. (1984). Glossary. In The dance of life: The other dimension of time (pp. 228–232). Garden City, NY: Anchor Press/Doubleday.

“_Enculturation_. The process of learning a culture is called enculturation. The enculturation process usually progresses in stages; six-year-olds are more enculturated than three-year-olds, teenagers have almost completed the process and in many cases are under the impression that they have, which can be a source of tension between them and fully enculturated individuals.” (p 229)

“_Kinesics_. … Kinesics is the technical, and correct, term for body language.” (p 230)

“_Open and Closed Score_. See Halprin, 1970. A score is a paradigm — a plan or a set of rules or procedures for accomplishing a task. A simple shopping list is a score, as is a computer program, or an agenda. A closed score is like a computer program — very tightly planned. … Open scores are spontaneous. The most creative research and practically all scientific breakthroughs are open score, at least in the initial phases.” (p 230)

“_Primary Level Culture_. … is that variety of culture in which the rules are: known to all, obeyed by all, but seldom if ever stated. … _Secondary level culture_, though in full awareness, is normally hidden from outsiders. Secondary level culture is as regular and binding as any other level of culture, possibly even more so. … _Tertiary_ or _explicit, manifest culture_ is what we all see and share in each other. It is the façade presented to the world at large. Because it is so easily manipulated, it is the least stable and least [page break] dependable for purposes of decision making.” (p 230-231)

“_Proxemics_. Proxemics is the study of people’s use of space as a function of culture. That is, the effect of culture on the structuring and use of space.” (p 231)

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