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Kroppsspråkets påverkan i intervjusituationer

Allevang Svensson, Elin LU and Dotevall, Madeleine LU (2014) PSYK11 20141
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
Syftet med studien var att undersöka hur intervjudeltagare påverkades av intervjuledarens kroppsspråk, på vilket sätt detta visade sig samt bakomliggande orsaker till påverkan. Genom att skapa manipulerade intervjusituationer var målet att undersöka skillnaderna mellan deltagarnas reaktioner på ett bekräftande beteende och ett icke-bekräftande beteende hos intervjuledaren. I samband med varje intervju delades en enkät ut som ämnade undersöka intervjudeltagarnas upplevelser av intervjusituationen och intervjuledaren. Sammanlagt deltog tio personer, varav fem blev tilldelade bekräftande beteenden och fem blev tilldelade icke-bekräftande beteenden. Resultatet visade på att kroppsspråket hos deltagarna varierade mer under de icke-bekräftande... (More)
Syftet med studien var att undersöka hur intervjudeltagare påverkades av intervjuledarens kroppsspråk, på vilket sätt detta visade sig samt bakomliggande orsaker till påverkan. Genom att skapa manipulerade intervjusituationer var målet att undersöka skillnaderna mellan deltagarnas reaktioner på ett bekräftande beteende och ett icke-bekräftande beteende hos intervjuledaren. I samband med varje intervju delades en enkät ut som ämnade undersöka intervjudeltagarnas upplevelser av intervjusituationen och intervjuledaren. Sammanlagt deltog tio personer, varav fem blev tilldelade bekräftande beteenden och fem blev tilldelade icke-bekräftande beteenden. Resultatet visade på att kroppsspråket hos deltagarna varierade mer under de icke-bekräftande intervjuerna jämfört med de bekräftande. Överlag visade dock kroppsspråket sig mest som en spegling av intervjuledarens beteende. Resultatet visade en större förändring i deltagarnas subjektiva uppfattning av situationen, vilket ledde oss till slutsatsen att individerna i vår studie inte visade upp sina känslor i lika stor utsträckning som de upplevde dem. (Less)
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate how the participants of the interview were influenced by the interview leader's body language, the way this turned out as well as the underlying causes of impact. By creating manipulated interview situations, the goal was to examine differences between the reactions of a confirmatory conduct and non-confirmatory conduct from the leader. In addition to each interview a questionnaire was assigned to all participants that aimed to examine the participants' perceptions of the interview situation and the leader. A total of ten people participated in this study, five of whom were assigned confirmatory behaviors and five were assigned non-confirmatory behaviors. The results showed that the body... (More)
The purpose of this study was to investigate how the participants of the interview were influenced by the interview leader's body language, the way this turned out as well as the underlying causes of impact. By creating manipulated interview situations, the goal was to examine differences between the reactions of a confirmatory conduct and non-confirmatory conduct from the leader. In addition to each interview a questionnaire was assigned to all participants that aimed to examine the participants' perceptions of the interview situation and the leader. A total of ten people participated in this study, five of whom were assigned confirmatory behaviors and five were assigned non-confirmatory behaviors. The results showed that the body language of the participants varied more in the non-confirmatory interviews compared to the affirmative. However, the body language showed itself mostly as a reflection of the leader's behavior. The results showed a significant change in participants' subjective perception of the situation, which led us to conclude that the individuals in our study did not show their emotions to the same extent as they experienced them. (Less)
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Allevang Svensson, Elin LU and Dotevall, Madeleine LU
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PSYK11 20141
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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icke-verbal kommunikation, kroppsspråk, beteende, intervjudeltagare, Intervju, intervjuledare, påverkan, icke-bekräftande, bekräftande, Interview, interview leaders, interview participants, behavior, body language, nonverbal communication, influence, non-confirmatory, confirming
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Swedish
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4464972
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2014-06-16 08:39:41
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2014-06-16 08:39:41
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  abstract     = {The purpose of this study was to investigate how the participants of the interview were influenced by the interview leader's body language, the way this turned out as well as the underlying causes of impact. By creating manipulated interview situations, the goal was to examine differences between the reactions of a confirmatory conduct and non-confirmatory conduct from the leader. In addition to each interview a questionnaire was assigned to all participants that aimed to examine the participants' perceptions of the interview situation and the leader. A total of ten people participated in this study, five of whom were assigned confirmatory behaviors and five were assigned non-confirmatory behaviors. The results showed that the body language of the participants varied more in the non-confirmatory interviews compared to the affirmative. However, the body language showed itself mostly as a reflection of the leader's behavior. The results showed a significant change in participants' subjective perception of the situation, which led us to conclude that the individuals in our study did not show their emotions to the same extent as they experienced them.},
  author       = {Allevang Svensson, Elin and Dotevall, Madeleine},
  keyword      = {icke-verbal kommunikation,kroppsspråk,beteende,intervjudeltagare,Intervju,intervjuledare,påverkan,icke-bekräftande,bekräftande,Interview,interview leaders,interview participants,behavior,body language,nonverbal communication,influence,non-confirmatory,confirming},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Kroppsspråkets påverkan i intervjusituationer},
  year         = {2014},
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