BCOM/275 – Describing Demonstrative Communication

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Describing Demonstrative Communication Katrina Williams BCOM/275 May 13, 2013 Instructor Adams Describing Demonstrative Communication When people think about Demonstrative Communication, the first thing that comes to their minds is, what is Demonstrative Communication, Who uses it, is it a form of communication that is verbal or non-verbal and when is the best time to use it? To answer all these questions, the definition of Demonstrative communication. Demonstrative Communicative is defined as, a form of communication that includes nonverbal and unwritten means of communicating. “Demonstrative communication involves facial expressions, body language and eye contact, this form of communication can have positive and negative effects…show more content…
It is still very critical, for speakers today, to understand the way the listeners cultural, religious, background and educational status so they know how to properly speak to a crowd of people, without offending ones beliefs, this is an observation made by…show more content…
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