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Context

  • In: Encyclopedia of Deception
  • Edited by: Timothy R. Levine
  • Subject:Interpersonal Relationships, Interpersonal Communication, Moral Development

The context in which deception occurs is of fundamental importance. Context is typically embedded, an essential aspect of naturalistic (i.e., qualitative) forms of research. For example, D. L. Wieder's ethnomethdological study examines how former convicts in a halfway house ...

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