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- Topic: Communication
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An example of effective demonstrative communication is when a person is nodding while receiving information from the sender. However, when a person is talking to someone who has his/her arms folded, it's likely to be interpreted that he/she is defensive, cold, or uncomfortable, which is ineffective demonstrative communication.
Listening and Responding in Demonstrative Communication:
Similar to other forms of communication, listening and responding is an important aspect of demonstrative communication (Sheridan, 2011).