In this essay you will read about demonstrative communication. This essay will discuss how demonstrative communication can be very effective or ineffective. This essay will also discuss negative and positive, for both the receiver and sender. The positivity gets reflected with the help of concentration from your listeners and having confidence in yourself. It would also help to prove the proper way of establishing and managing a good relationship between the sender and receiver. Communication also involves the use of good time management and effective listening and comprehension skills.
For example, it took almost ten years for the United States Military Officials to find and kill Osama Bin Laden. Osama Bin Laden was one of the world’s most dangerous terrorists. He was the master- mind behind the 9/11 Attack that took place in the United States, almost ten years ago. The bombings and plane crashes destroyed many important buildings and offices in the state of New York. The terrorist attack also killed at least 3,000 Americans.
The United States President, CEO, Navy Seals and Army Special Forces had to train day and nights for many years to plan and successfully accomplish this secretive and very dangerous...
June 11, 2012
Demonstrativecommunication is the process of sending and receiving information without the use of words. Instead of using words demonstrativecommunication includes things like facial expressions, tone of voice, and body language. The key to effectivecommunication is a mutual understanding of the information shared by each party involved. I will explain demonstrativecommunication by providing examples of how it can be effective or ineffective, positive or negative, and how it is used to replace or in the place of one’s verbal communication skills for the receiver and the sender. I will focus on describing nonverbal and demonstrativecommunications, furthermore, I will also explain how demonstrativecommunication involves listening and responding.
First, a brief description of communication and its role according to dictionary.com communication is simply the imparting or interchanging thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs. Communications can be expressed in three different ways, and they are verbal, nonverbal, and visual. Verbal...
April 12, 2014
Michael W. Simmons
Demonstrativecommunication, otherwise known as nonverbal communication, is the portion of communication that does not include the spoken word. Nonverbal communication is the expressive signals one sends out, usually subconsciously, that help a person communicate clearly and effectively.
The study of nonverbal communication includes seven different expressive variations: Chronemics, proxemics, oculesics, kinesics, haptics, vocalics, and personal style. Each one of these mostly subconscious conveyances plays an important role to both the message sender and receiver in the communication process. There is an abundance of nonverbal, emotional information packed in to any personal conversation between people.
Chronemics, the study of the use of time in personal communication, involves things such as cutting a conversation short because of a lack of time, and the amount of time it takes to communicate a message. Some people communicate in a rushed, hurried manner, while others are more slow and deliberate. Some people focus on one topic at a time, and others multitask, bringing up several topics at once.
Proxemics studies the distance that people stand apart from one another while communicating. In the United States, intimate...
People are constantly communicating. Today more than ever people are communicating in all sorts of methods, ranging from email to text messaging. What most people fail to notice is that a lot of the communicating people do is non verbal and also non written. This form of DemonstrativeCommunication includes such things as facial expressions, tone of voice, proximity and body language. In certain scenariosDemonstrativeCommunication can have positive and negative, as well as effective and ineffective out comes for both the sender and the receiver.
Proxemics is a nonverbal communication that refers to the distance one stands while talking to another person. (O'Connor, Rios, & Cheesebro, 2010) This variation of nonverbal communication can be used in a few different ways. One way is used when; the sender is trying to convey a more personal effect on the receiver in the conversation. Intimate or personal messages are usually conducted from eighteen inches to four feet away from each other. (O'Connor, Rios, & Cheesebro, 2010) This method of nonverbal communication would be effective if the sender’s message was of a personal nature, and the sender used the proximity of about a foot away from the receiver. The receiver would then realize that the message was in fact genuine and heart felt thus having a positive effect on...
Philip Strasser-King, Anthony St. John, Lauren Batinich, Julie Ngo
Dr. Sylvester Fadal
Communication is defined as the process of sending and receiving messages. Communication is only effective when the messages that you are sending is understood, but effective communication involves more than just understanding the message. Effective communication involves what the communicators were thinking, feeling, wanting, or his or her intention. To ensure that effective communication one should follow the communication process model that entails the sender, receiver, encoding, decoding, the message, channel and feedback (Cheseboro, O’Connor, Rios, 2010).
There are times that communication can’t be put in words and we have to use demonstrativecommunication. Demonstrativecommunication is the nonverbal and unwritten way that we communicate with one another. Demonstrativecommunication involves such things as your facial expressions, body language, tone of voice or any other way that we communicate nonverbally (Fadal, syllabus, p.2). In our paper we will examine the ways of demonstrativecommunication. We will provide...
DemonstrativeCommunicationDemonstrativeCommunication can be defined as the process of sending and receiving messages. Communication involves the exchange of thoughts, messages, or information, by speech, signals, writing, or behavior. Communication can be verbal or nonverbal, written or visual. Verbal communication includes oral and written communication whereas nonverbal communication includes facial expressions, body posture, eye contact, or gestures. Written communication can be done through emails, reports, articles, etc. Demonstrativecommunication includes nonverbal and unwritten communications.
Demonstrativecommunication entails sending and receiving wordless messages (Nayab, 2010). It is often used to reinforce verbal communication, though it can stand alone and convey messages on its own. Facial expressions are the most common among all nonverbal communication. Demonstrativecommunication reinforces verbal communication. For example, dressing properly, a firm hand shake and a friendly demeanor can speak volumes about the kind of person someone is at...
Mr. David Radcliff
DemonstrativeCommunicationCommunication is generally defined as the process of sending and receiving messages. Communication can involve the exchange of information, by speech, signals, writing, or behavior. Communication can be written or visual, verbal or nonverbal. Verbal communication includes oral and written communication whereas nonverbal communication includes facial expressions, body posture, eye contact, or gestures. Written communication can be done through emails, reports, articles, etc. (Sheridan, 2011.)
Demonstrativecommunication includes unwritten and nonverbal communications. Demonstrativecommunication entails sending and receiving wordless messages (Nayab, 2010).It is often used to reinforce verbal communication, though it can send messages on its own. Facial expressions are the most common among all nonverbal communication (Sheridan, 2011). Demonstrativecommunication reinforces verbal communication. For example, dressing inappropriately, a weak handshake and an unpleasant demeanor can speak volumes about the type of person someone is in most situations. A person can rely...
...Communication is a form of passing information from one person to the next and from one place to another by acknowledging the sender’s intent, comprehending the context of the message, and acting upon it to create a shared understanding. Communication starts with the sender, who must format the message clearly and correctly, by using proper grammar, punctuation, noun sequencing, and syntax. Then there is demonstrativecommunication that can be summed up in three categories, body, physiology, and nonverbal communication. According to classic research by Albert Mehrabian, nonverbal communication accounts for 65% to 93% of the total meaning of communication (Mehrabian, 1972).
Demonstrativecommunication is the process by which information is exchanged between individuals through a common system of symbols, signs, or behavior, which includes body language, facial expressions, tone of voice, and gestures or signs, to communicate.
Body Language is a powerful tool and an individual’s body language is an important factor in how a message is received. Arms crossed carry different nonverbal meanings, such as a closed off stance, shielding them from outside world, therefore blocking out the sender’s message. It may indicate anxiety, which is either driven by an internal discomfort, or a lack of trust in the other person or a sense of vulnerability....
...assignment, demonstrativecommunication will be described, and we will also talk about what demonstrativecommunication is consist of. We will present to you, examples of how demonstrativecommunication can be effective and ineffective, positive and negative, for the sender and receiver. The writer of this paper will also describe how demonstrativecommunication involves listening and responding. We will also talk about what to be as you speaking with someone.
According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, the definition to the word demonstrative is to “freely and openly showing emotion of feelings (Merriam-Webster)”; it also mean to demonstrate, inclined to display feelings openly, and to demonstrate as the real true. And communication is defined as “the act or process of using words, sounds, signs, or behaviors to express or exchange information or to express your ideas, thoughts, feelings, etc.; to someone else” (Merriam-Webster). If we put the two words together, it is clear that demonstrativecommunication mean to freely or openly express one’s self either verbally or nonverbal; the writer of this essay strongly believes that people tend to use demonstrativecommunication to persuade others. Verbal communication is when you are communicating in the form...