Demonstrative communication is a type of unwritten and nonverbal communication. It is the main roadway of communication and understanding between the sender and receiver. As a society, we gain information through our intellectual wits. Different forms of communication can be expressed by our body language such as blinking of eyes, facial expressions, and crossing or uncrossing of the arms and posture. ...view middle of the document...
In addition, mainly because demonstrative communication involves listening and responding can either be positive and/or negative for the sender and receiver.
Communication is around us every day and everywhere and having effective communications skills will help a conversation go smoothly. Demonstrative communication enhances verbal communication in many ways. For example, when a corporate businessman stands before his audience in a suit and tie, ready to present his sales strategy is really saying that “I am a professional, I am here to assist you and I know what I am talking about. Demonstrative communication can be in the form of facial expressions, gestures, body language and posture, eye gaze, blinking of eyes, and lips or mouth. Facial expressions are a big part of nonverbal communication because a lot of information can be given away with a smile or frown. Most facial expressions of happiness, surprise, excitement, and sadness are the same just about anywhere you go. Gestures can be waving and pointing and some gestures might have different meanings just about everywhere you go.