In an online forum, a classmate raises a point about the importance of body language, especially its subliminal messaging.
A few years ago, I discovered a TV series, “Lie to Me,” archived in online video. The protagonist, Dr. Lightman, is famed for his ability to interpret “microexpresssions” and body language during criminal investigations.
The first season, especially, I found very educational because Dr. Lightman isolated and explained what these captured expressions meant.
(In later episodes, the explanations were dropped and these were far less valuable to me as educational resources.)
Cross-posted to a discussion forum for Cuesta College course LIBT 214, Library/Information Technology Internship.
Subject Classifications (Partial list, via Dewey Decimal System)
- 006.754-Social Media
- 020-Library and Information Science
- 020.92-Cynthia M. Parkhill (Biographical)
- 023.3-Library Workers
- 025.04-Internet Access
- 027.473-Public Libraries-- Lake County CA
- 027.473-Public Libraries--Jackson County OR
- 027.473-Public Libraries--Sonoma County CA
- 027.663-Libraries and people with disabilities
- 027.8-School Libraries--Bellview Elementary
- 028.52-Children's Literature
- 028.535-Young Adult Literature
- 028.7-Information Literacy
- 158.2-Social Intelligence
- 323.30-People with disabilities--Civil rights
- 658.812-Customer Service
- 659.2-Public Relations
- 686.22-Graphic Design
- 746.43-Yarn bombing (Knitting and Crochet)
- 809-Literature--Critical Appraisal