Dem Com

Demonstrative Communication
November 2011

Demonstrative Communication

Communication is a major part of our lives. The world would not be what it is today, without any type of communication. Communication is everywhere: TV, music, tattoos, books, radio, telephone, internet, newspapers, magazine, billboards, etc.   There are so many ways to communicate; to make others understand what is the message, the thought, the reason, the place, etc. Communicating in a small way can impact in a big way. If I just use a gesture to communicate to my loved one that I loved them and miss them would impact them greatly.   The cycle of listening and responding is effective in demonstrating communication. When one listens and responds, it means that it encoded the message and then reacting to the message and coding a response.
Ineffective and Effective Communication
The goal is to have effective communication, but there is always room for ineffective communication. Everybody has different ways to communicate and different ways to listen. Depending on the culture, gender, and such is how they might react to a message. For example: being that tattoos are a way to communicate; a person can have a tattoo that may be harmless to them, but to somebody else might be offensive. That person that found that tattoo offensive might misinterpret the personality of the person with the tattoo. This type of ineffective communication is common on our everyday basis. From how people are dressed, how people talk, and how people use their physical gestures to express themselves. Unfortunately, some people do not care if they carry an ineffective communication with others. A good example of effective communication is when you say hi