Social Theme Paper
Social Theme Paper
In this paper, Criminal Minds (2012) is the program chosen to discuss in the following information. Criminal Minds (2012) program is interesting and intriguing. This show is about crimes that occur and how the individuals work as a team to solve each crime. The show includes murders, psychological problems, medical problems, and several other conditions. It shows a social theme of teamwork throughout episodes. Teamwork is a huge theme because it allows more safety. It also allows bringing every team memberâ€™s skills together and solving crimes.
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He would kill the women. This situation shows how all the women the suspect killed he cut their lips off. The team used that pattern from all murders, and they go by the behavioral pattern to narrow down suspects. Then once they narrow down they go search for those certain people. They go by where the victims were dropped at after they are killed. This was in the same place for this certain situation.
The team wears tactical vests, guns, dress pants, and dress shirts, or professional wear.
They have aggressive and stern body language. The individuals have a strong confident stance. The team show many facial expressions, such as determined, angry, sad, happy, and nervous at times. For nonverbal communication they use hand motions, facial expressions to get information across.
Nonverbal communication is used when they may be in a situation, which they cannot speak. As if they were trying to sneak up on a suspect. They use nonverbal to share information or demands. This is so they can do their job quietly and calm as the individuals can. At times nonverbal communication can be a safety precaution because of certain circumstances. Nonverbal communication also can be the way someoneâ€™s eyes are moving when speaking, or the way there hands and arms are moving while speaking, the sound of the individuals voice, particularly what he or she is doing actively while he or she is speaking.
Interpretations have a huge impact on the teamâ€™s role. It can be dangerous for the team if he or she do not understand each other. This is why they have body language to send messages across to...