The Reflection Of Communication In Communication

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Register to read the introduction… A tone of voice could be influenced by what day it is, the time, and other outside factors. However, there are many things that individuals can do with their tone in communicating. When giving a speech, one can try to fluctuate his or her voice to give emphasis on certain phrases. When talking to someone who has recently lost a loved one, the sender’s tone can be brought more mellow to connect more with the receiver. If a conversation is not that interesting to a receiver, their tone may show evidence of boredom. With effective listening, however, a receiver can engage themselves more in a message.
The other form of demonstrative communication is with nonverbal signs. A sender can even receive nonverbal cues from the receiver while they are still sending a message (Cheesbro, O'Connor, & Rios, 2010). This form of communication can be through silence, eye contact, body language, facial expressions, and others. Detectives may observe some of these hints to determine whether a suspect is lying or telling the truth. Like mentioned previously, it also can show the sender how involved or interested a receiver might be in the
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In addition, other facial expressions can show the interest of a person. These include, but are not limited to, sweating, twitching, smiling, frowning, and eyebrow movements. Also there are several signals that body language can show one’s understanding or attentiveness. Posture can show if someone is interested in the message. There is a difference between observing someone who is slouching in a chair, and one who is sitting straight up with his or her back against a chair. A receiver’s arms and legs can show active listening or losing interest (fidgeting around). Other forms of body language might show different kinds of emotions: hand on chin (boredom), arms folded (angry), foot tapping (impatient), rubbing eyes (tired), and hands interlocked next to face (pondering). These are just a few examples. They can help one person in the communication gain insight into how the other is understanding what is being sent. These signals might not always be correct or the signals themselves might be

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