Journalism & Communication
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Running Head: Demonstrative Communication Demonstrative Communication [Writer’s Name] [Institute’s Name] Demonstrative Communication The term ‘demonstrative communication’, refers to non-verbal and unwritten communication, and may include body language, such as “movement of a hand in a particular direction, facial expressions, such as frowning, smiling or even raising an eyebrow, the tone of voice and eye movements for that matter” (Das, 2008).
People can easily reach conclusions regarding what kind of a person one is, just by observing them communicate with others and watching their facial expressions, or hearing their tone of voice. All types of communication is made up of three major parts, a sender, and a receiver, and the message itself, and is carried out with the purpose of conveying information to people. In order to carry out demonstrative communication, both parties, i.e. the sender and the receiver must be close to each other and have eye contact preferably. Any communication process is complete once the intended recipient has received it, and is effective, once the recipient has understood the message, and in some cases, has provided feedback (Das, 2008). If one looks into daily lives, it will be an observation that people extensively use demonstrative communication methods, such as body language, facial expressions, and tone of voice, be it in work environment, when amongst people belonging to social circle or even at home. Such communication is a major part of our daily lives, and one hardly even notices that people are engaging in such communication as we do so. ...