Haptic communication – social touching means how people and other animals communicate and interact via touching, in interpersonal relationships (nonverbal and nonvisual). It depends on intimacy and differs from culture to culture. How is it in your country?
Touch can be positive, playful, control, ritualistic, task-related or unintentional. The Telegraph showed a research by Oxford University showing how we react to touching – from strangers to partners. Bright body area color can be touched. Black and blue borders are forbidden. It also depends on one’s cultural background. In some countries, just a handshake is allowed and in others, strangers, when introduced to each other, kiss on cheeks. The chart shows taboo and allowed areas:
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