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Name :Wafa Ali Abu Hatab
Academic Rank :Professor
Office No :1327
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Department :English Language and Literature
Email :wafatab@gmail.com
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Wafa Ali Abu Hatb , Taxi Drivers’ Gestures in Jordan: A sociolinguistic Approach. , The Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. Vol , VOL7 -312-319
05/01/2016
Taxi drivers in Jordan employ many strategies to communicate while driving using both verbal and nonverbal systems of communication. Nonverbal communication may involve the use of blinkers, headlights, eye gaze, head and hand gestures. The present study examined an aspect of taxi drivers’ interpersonal communicative behaviour while driving , namely, use of gestures providing a sociolinguistic analysis of these gestures and taking into consideration the sociolinguistic factors and dimensions
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W , Taxi Drivers’ Gestures in Jordan: A sociolinguistic Approach., The Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. Vol , VOL7 -312-319
05/01/2016
Taxi drivers in Jordan employ many strategies to communicate while driving using both verbal and nonverbal systems of communication. Nonverbal communication may involve the use of blinkers, headlights, eye gaze, head and hand gestures.

Wafa Ali Abu Hatb , Taxi Drivers’ Gestures in Jordan: A sociolinguistic Approach., The Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. Vol , VOL7 -312-319
05/01/2016
Taxi drivers in Jordan employ many strategies to communicate while driving using both verbal and nonverbal systems of communication. Nonverbal communication may involve the use of blinkers, headlights, eye gaze, head and hand gestures.

Wafa Ali Abu Hatb , The Arab Spring: A New Era of Humor Consumption and Production, International Journal of English Linguistics; , Vol. 6, No. 3; 2016
05/01/2015
The 26-year-old Tunisian street vendor, Mohammad Bouazizi set himself ablaze, sparking demonstrations and revolutions in more than one country in the Arab world. Protestors utilized all possible forms of expression to give an outlet for the long suppressed feelings, attitudes and thoughts. A new social discourse emerged where freedom of expression was imposed.
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