For prayers where you are only listening, or responding "Amen" (for example, for Kaddish, or the chazzan's repetition of the Amidah) should you do the traditional bows and steps backward for that prayer? Or are those only for the people who are actually reciting?
(I am referring, for example, to the bows indicated by small circles in the siddur during Kaddish; to the three-part bow during "Oseh shalom bimromov"; and to the 3 steps back/forward before and after "Oseh shalom bimromov" in both the Amidah and Kaddish.)
I ask this question because I frequently see non-reciters bowing throughout kaddish (at the same points as the chazzan/reciters do).
Bonus question: Should we strike our chest again during the chazzan's repetition of the Amidah?