Demonstrative Communication Paper

Demonstrative Communication
Communication is the transferring/sending/receiving of ideas, information, and intentions from a sender to a receiver or multiple receivers. It is how humans interact with each other and a way of giving and receiving information through the different channels that humans have come to know. When a person (sender) wants to communicate, they must first encode their message or information that they want to send into a form that is appropriate to the communication channel they have chosen to use. This message/information is sent to the receiver who will decode the message/information to appreciate its importance or implication.
There are many ways people can communicate through the different communication channels they have available to them. Some examples (channels) of how people communicate are through e-mails, telephone, face to face, text messaging, Internet (social media), and written letters or blogs. There are more ways to communicate today than ever before. With the many channels of communication available, getting the accurate information or message across has become that much more challenging. Basically, there are four different ways of communication to send/receive message/information; they are written communication, visualization communication, verbal communication, and non-verbal communication or demonstrative communication as it is also known.
Written communications may be letters, e-mails, newspaper, text messages, books/magazines, the Internet (blogs, Twitter, Facebook). Visualization communication could be PowerPoint presentations, charts, graphs, billboard ads or television, and many others that a person can visualize to receive the message.
Verbal communications can be in the form of telephone calls, face-to-face interaction, presentations, radio, television, movies or other media that one can receive or send message by hearing and talking.
Non-Verbal or Demonstrative Communication which will be discussed further is...

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