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Deception arises when a sender manipulates information contained in a message to transmit another one that departs from the truth (Buller & Burgoon, 1996). According to Lippard (1988), deception is perceived as a ‘normal’ element in communication, despite its moral deviance.
In many of the scenes from the movie gossip the manipulative use of truth is shown very clearly...
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In one scene some of the characters are in the interior of a nightclub. Derrick (James Marsden) is irritated by the comments the bartender makes about the awkward behavior that Travis (Norman Reedus) shows in front of women. Derrick decides to teach the bartender a lesson by telling him that Travis is a “homeless, but rich” person, whose “dad is running around, and whose mom is a supermodel...
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