The Effects of Demonstrative Communication

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There are several ways to communicate in the world today. The one way that I really want to look at is the demonstrative communication. This is one type of communication that we all do and have done, but I do not think that people realize just how many aspects there are to demonstrative communication.
Demonstrative communication is nonverbal and unwritten communications that involve such aspects of facial expressions, tone of voice and body language. When you think of communication, you automatically think of someone having a verbal conversation with another person, but that is not always the case. Communication like demonstrative is nonverbal and unwritten; it is all in the way of your personality without spoken word. It could be the
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It can be simple things like when you first meet do they stand and shake hands or do they just sit there and smile. Someone standing to shake hands when meeting someone shows that they are professional and polite. If they just sit and smile, then they are saying that they could care less to meet you, at least in my opinion. Another great example is if you are in school, you see the people that can get up in front of the class and read aloud a paper that they wrote, they have confidence and they are comfortable speaking in front of people, then you have the other students, that when they get in front of the class they hide behind their paper, they stutter, they bow their heads. These people are shy and do not have very much confidence in front of people. These aspects can really tell you a lot about the people that are around you.
Demonstrative communication can be effective and ineffective. It is effective because it can give you information about people or yourself that words could never tell. You can also get your points across effectively because you can put strong facial expressions, body language and tone of voice into your work. If you feel strongly about something then you are going to do whatever you can to make it happen, therefore this being demonstrative communications. Now it also ineffective, because demonstrative communications can be read wrong, and example of this, I think
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