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Anonymous
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What are some ways in which receivers of messages provide feedback when listening to or reading a message? What effect does this have on the message? Please provide examples.

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Academichelpcenter
School: UIUC

Through eye contract and body language receivers can provide feedback. For instance, if individuals are rolling his/her eyes or falling asleep, it demonstrates that they are not listening or interested to the sender. If an individual is discussion with anyone else that could signify that they are also not interested with what the sender is conveying. This will put a depressing effect on the communication because it will expect get lost in conversion. The sender can experience insulted philosophy that he/she are slaying his/her time talking to the receiver. The receiver can also imagine that he/she is wasting his/her time so that is the way of demonstrating his/her frustration without expressing it verbally.

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