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Topic: Content manipulation
Posted by: GSM
Date/Time: 28/02/2005 21:00:03

One of the recurrent themes in Whispering and in the authors' replies to this forum, is in  differentiating between process and content manipulations.  What I would like to discover is what is one to do when presented with content manipulations whether it be sales, social or whatever? 

This question goes primarily to the authors who've done a superb job in presenting this important issue.  What can we do to protect ourselves from content manipulation .. i.e. embedded commands, metaphors, anchoring that go underhand and don't meet our own interests?  or how do we go about deprogramming ourselves after the events?

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Content manipulation28/02/2005 21:00:03GSM
     Re:Content manipulation01/03/2005 19:41:22John Grinder
          Re:Re:Content manipulation03/03/2005 10:10:43GSM
               Re:Re:Re:Content manipulation03/03/2005 18:16:18GSM
               Re:Re:Re:Content manipulation03/03/2005 23:13:12Anthony
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Content manipulation04/03/2005 09:52:00GSM
               Re:Re:Re:Content manipulation04/03/2005 13:23:28GSM
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Content manipulation04/03/2005 15:03:44Anthony
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Content manipulation06/05/2005 17:16:10Kimmi
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Content manipulation06/05/2005 22:14:22Kimmi
     Not really process manipulation04/05/2005 08:04:09nj
     Re:Content manipulation06/05/2005 22:16:21Kimmi

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