Communication In Demonstrative Communication

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Register to read the introduction… (Effective Communication, 2012). Other ways of demonstrative communication effectively is to use repetition, contradiction, substitution, complementing, and accenting. Repetition: One could use this to show the sender that they are interested about the information by having steady eye contact, leaning their body forward and tilting one’s head to one’s side, or by scratching one’s chin to show one is in deep thought. Contradiction: Effectively communicating, one should harmonize their body language with their words through contradiction, because if one perceives communication signals to be mixed, then one will be more convinced by one’s non-verbal communication. Substitution: An individual could substitute non-verbal communication for words to effectively communicate by smiling and clapping to communicate approval, raising one’s eyebrows to communicate eagerness or surprise, to communicate anger or disapproval one may squeeze their eyebrows together and combine it with a frown, and to communicate openness, one could smile, then open their …show more content…
Active listening is a crucial part in positive communication because when individuals listen attentively to the speaker who is positive and engaging, then the communication is perfect between the sender and the receiver. Demonstrative communication between the sender and receiver is negative when there is lack of eye contact between them, negative facial expressions such as a frown or yawn, body language of crossing the arms, and tone of voice is inappropriate while speaking. As mentioned above, active listening is crucial to be able to hear the words a person is communicating and to understand and comprehend the message that is being sent. With demonstrative communication, active listening involves “paying attention” by giving the sender your undivided attention, acknowledging the information, and recognizing communication that is non-verbal. When one is paying attention they give eye contact to the speaker, put distracting thoughts aside and avoid being distracted, listen to the speaker’s body language, and avoid side conversations. Active listening also involves “showing an individual that you are listening” by using gestures and body language to ensure they have your

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