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This is likely to be experienced by people who are not used to deception. General uneasiness when communicating may be a good prediction of deception or attempt of the same. Rapid movements accompanied by change of body posture when talking may suggest an attempt of deception.
The second most important clue to attempt of deception is avoidance of eye contact. Whereas habitual and experienced liars will attempt a deception without avoiding eye contact, other people will most likely avoid eye contact while attempting deception. Avoidance of eye contact coupled with touching and handling other items while communicating may strongly suggest an attempt to deceive.
Other nonverbal signs of attempt to deceive include, fidgeting and change of facial expressions. A communicator who was talking comfortably but then begins to fidget in the middle of a conversation may mean that they are feeling uneasy with what they are communicating and therefore, fidgeting may suggest an attempt of
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Besides its eloquence, impact and literary style, the speech embodies sought-after values in modern society. These values, more than anything else set the tone for the speech and so is largely responsible for its fame. Kennedy’s address opens with a captivating statement that dismisses partisanship and emphasizes the common good in its redefinition of the occasion as a “celebration of freedom.” Thus, it aimed to unify its addressees by its rhetorical construct of the potrait of the people.
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