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Demonstrative Communication

Demonstrative Communication

University Of Phoenix

BCOM/ 275

Nakitta Stanford

June 3, 2011


Demonstrative Communication

In this essay you will read about demonstrative communication. This essay will discuss how demonstrative communication can be very effective or ineffective. This essay will also discuss negative and positive, for both the receiver and sender. The positivity gets reflected with the help of concentration from your listeners and having confidence in yourself. It would also help to prove the proper way of establishing and managing a good relationship between the sender and receiver. Communication also involves the use of good time management and effective listening and comprehension skills.

On a larger scale, you need only to look at the problems forced by nations who are attempting to live in harmony with one in the global community. Peace summits, cease- fire talks, and international accords seem never ending, and yet unrest hostility still exists among nations. Communication alone is likely to resolve deeply ingrained differences that one is the result of religion, values, or ideological ideas (Chapter 1: Communication Concepts, ISBN: Author: Thomas Cheesebro, Linda O’ Conner, Francino Rios, copyright © 2010 Pearson Education).

For example, it took almost ten years for the United States Military Officials to find and kill Osama Bin Laden. Osama Bin Laden was one of the world’s most dangerous terrorists. He was the master- mind behind the 9/11 Attack that took place in the United States, almost ten years ago. The bombings and plane crashes destroyed many important buildings and offices in the state of New York. The terrorist attack also killed at least 3,000 Americans.

The United States President, CEO, Navy Seals and Army Special Forces had to train day and nights for many years to plan and successfully accomplish this secretive and very dangerous...
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