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McCornack, Steven A. – Communication Monographs, 1992
Presents Information Manipulation Theory to describe the different ways that information can be manipulated in the production of deceptive messages. Suggests that deceptive messages covertly violate principles governing conversational exchanges regarding quantity, quality, manner, and relevance of information that should be presented. (SR)
Descriptors: Communication Research, Deception, Higher Education, Interpersonal Communication