Demonstrative Communication

Paralinguistic is the verbal communication that is with no words. Which means a person would use their tone of their voice to get their message across to an audience. This would come in pitches with loudness and inflections. Having body language is a very important form of demonstrative communication. Body language would consist of crossing your legs, touching someone, having your arms crossed, being standoffish.
Getting messages from the sender to a receiver is very important with demonstrative communication. This can be used for reinforcing verbal communication but at the same time it can stand by itself in bringing its own message. With an effective message it can facilitate a positive and respectful connection.
Effective and Positive Demonstrative Communication:
This communication form is a positive and effective way of communicating if it is properly executed.   There is a lot of different ways to accomplish this with using either one or a handful of devices of demonstrative communication. For instance when you go for an interview and meet someone for the first time, you meet them with your eyes. The first contact happens with eye to eye communication.   A person can also add a pleasant smile and a nice strong handshake. While you’re in the interview you also may want to lean a little towards the person that is conducting the interview. Using these devices will show the confidence that you have to an interviewer and can also leave a great first impression. This can also assist the interviewer in gauging you with applicants that have already been interviewed. This is a good form of non-verbal communication before the real verbal communication begins.

Ineffective and Negative Demonstrative Communication
People use nonverbal communication on a daily basis’s, and may not notice that it is done every day. It happens in different ways, the way you dress, you’re walking style, all the way to the way you do your hair. Even though these things can be a positive...

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