WHAT IS VISUAL INFORMATION?
There are many aspects and levels of visual information: places and things; mood, tone and affect; social and interactional processes; printed material; and what stands out as unusual. This article focuses on mood, tone and affect, as these factors often provide the unsaid 'sense' of a speaker and are often left out of an interpretation. Publisher's web site: http://www.aadb.org/ THE DEAF-BLIND AMERICAN, April-June 2007, vol. 46, #2, pp. 7-11
Jacobs, Rhonda, "WHAT IS VISUAL INFORMATION?" (2007). Interpreting. 35.