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    Demonstrative Communication Johnny Bailey BCOM/275 Sept 15, 2014 What is Demonstrative Communication to you? There are many ways of communication in the world and within the next couple of paragraphs you will find the meaning of Demonstrative Communication, the different ways of communication and the good and the bad of Demonstrative Communication. At the end of the essay you will be able to have a better understanding of Demonstrative Communication. Demonstrative communication includes nonverbal and unwritten communication and involves such things as facial expressions, tone of voice, body language. Communication starts with the sender, who must format the message clearly and correctly, by using proper…

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    Demonstrative communication can be defined as being an organized way that people express emotions or conveying a message to other people. It is perhaps one of the best ways to truly understand and comprehend someone’s point of view and the message they are trying to send. There are two types of communication, being verbal and non-verbal. Verbal communication is expressions of thoughts and feelings through the use of spoken words. Non-verbal communication is the opposite. It is expressing…

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    (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…

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    Demonstrative Communications Communication is a form of communicating information from one person to another person. Not all communication is verbally communicated. Communication can be written or nonverbal communication. Communication needs a sender and an active listening receiver in order for the message to be comprehended. The sender starts the message, and the receiver needs to comprehend the message the sender is sending. The receiver recognizing the senders intended and acknowledges the…

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    An individual is powerless against the larger power of society, ultimately it is something they will succumb to and face. In The Book Thief the story follows Liesel and her life in Nazi Germany as she encounters several victims and abusers of power. The poem The next war is a soldiers poem during describing his experience with death and fatality. Finally in an interview The Sins of the Father is both an interview that gives us insight into the psyche and trauma of Martin Burnham. Power…

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    Honestly, it gets to be obvious that dynamic individuals most every now and again never get the acknowledgment they worth amongst their lifetime yet they developed the path for the future era. This very compassion is demonstrative of John Proctor. Living in a religious society, where any kind of disobedience is thought to be a disgraceful demonstration against God and at last an unforgivable sin, remaining to one's actual abilities is verging on abnormal. However, John Proctor in the end…

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    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…

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    use of spatial deixis in a form of a demonstrative pronoun this. Due to the usage of such an expression one may assume that the dialogue takes place in a restaurant where both man are present, as pronoun this indicated the close distance between the mentioned place and to the speaker. The interpersonal context of…

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    Terrorism One Way Summary

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    is employing and how much community support plays a role in determining its activities. Robert Pape discusses different types of terrorism based on level of care for sympathy. After all, “[...] terrorism has two purposes-to gain supporters and to coerce opponents. Most terrorism seeks both goals to some extent [...] However, there are tradeoffs between these objectives and terrorists can strike various balances between them” (Pape 345). Pape goes on to talk about two kinds of terrorism:…

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    In his Meditations on First Philosophy, René Descartes offers both an a priori and an a posteriori proof of God’s existence. Until Immanuel Kant introduced his epistemology—the notion of a priori synthetic judgments—Descartes’ a priori proof was generally considered purely demonstrative and analytic. However, analyzing Descartes using Kant’s epistemological foundations, reveals that Descartes’ a priori proof was both a priori and synthetic. Specifically, the Cartesian concept of clear and…

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