State Of Deception

Author: Susan D. Bachrach
Editor: Us Holocaust Memorial Museum
ISBN: 9780896047143
Size: 12,96 MB
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Accompanies an exhibition that covers the history of Nazi propaganda.

Encyclopedia Of Deception

Author: Timothy R. Levine
Editor: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1483306895
Size: 16,12 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The Encyclopedia of Deception examines lying from multiple perspectives drawn from the disciplines of social psychology, sociology, history, business, political science, cultural anthropology, moral philosophy, theology, law, family studies, evolutionary biology, philosophy, and more. From the “little white lie,” to lying on a resume, to the grandiose lies of presidents, this two-volume reference explores the phenomenon of lying in a multidisciplinary context to elucidate this common aspect of our daily lives. Not only a cultural phenomenon historically, lying is a frequent occurrence in our everyday lives. Research shows that we are likely to lie or intentionally deceive others several times a day or in one out of every four conversations that lasts more than 10 minutes. Key Features: More than 360 authored by key figures in the field are organized A-to-Z in two volumes, which are available in both print and electronic formats. Entries are written in a clear and accessible style that invites readers to explore and reflect on the use of lying and self-deception. Each article concludes with cross references to related entries and further readings. This academic, multi-author reference work will serve as a general, non-technical resource for students and researchers within social and behavioral science programs who seek to better understand the historical role of lying and how it is employed in modern society.

100 Years Of Deception

Author: Alan R. Adaschik
Editor: Outskirts Press
ISBN: 1478753668
Size: 17,93 MB
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The citizens of the United States have been played for fools for the past 100 years. Very few of us know what is behind the events that have shaped our world. Most Americans assume that information provided by the news, radio and television industries is the truth. And most of it is! However, it is also true that on critical issues we only get part of the story and important information is deliberately left out. 100 Years of Deception begins by establishing that passage of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913 constituted an overthrow of our government. Since then, the conspirators have pulled the strings that make us dance and controlled our Nation’s media to keep us in the dark and compliant. The conspirators eventually infiltrated most of the key institutions of our society. Through propaganda and undue influence they have shaped how Americans view the world and left us hopelessly brainwashed. This book not only demonstrates that our government was overthrown, it also provides an accounting of the catastrophic consequences the world has suffered because of these conspirators and offers proposals for rectifying our deplorable state of affairs. As Americans, we owe it to ourselves and our children to seek the truth and put an end to the 100 Years of Deception that shaped the world within which we live.

The Philosophy Of Deception

Author: Clancy W. Martin
Editor: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195327934
Size: 13,84 MB
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This volume gathers together new essays on deception and self-deception by leading thinkers on the subject. The contributors discuss topics including the nature and the definition of deception; whether deception is morally blameworthy or not; attacks against and defenses of self-deception; and the most famous philosophical account of lying by Immanuel Kant. Deception of others and self-deception share many more interconnections than is normally recognized, and these essays reveal the benefits of considering them together. he Philosophy of Deceptionill be of interest to philosophers across the spectrum including those interested in philosophy of mind, philosophy of psychology, and metaphysics.

The Path Of Deception

Author: David Gilbertson
Editor: Troubador Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1788033574
Size: 14,97 MB
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Scotland Yard has been destroyed and even worse is to come... London is faced with the greatest terrorist outrage it has ever experienced when Scotland Yard and much of its surroundings are reduced to rubble. With hundreds dead, detectives are forced to confront the fact that somewhere in their midst, at the very heart of their team, there is a traitor. A deeply hidden agent is working against them and just three senior detectives are privy to the secret - with the clock ticking against them to neutralise him or her before a further outrage occurs that will dwarf anything that the world has yet seen. But nothing is as it seems, and as the scene shifts from London to the USA and then to Paris and the hidden workings of the DGSE, the French secret service, a complex plan is exposed, involving those at the heart of government, that will shatter the world order that has existed for almost a century. Thereafter, against the background of mass migration in Europe, a complex story emerges linking Nazi-occupied France in 1943 and London in the near future; and from Beirut in 1982 to the plains of Kansas and the suburbs of Paris, as a conspiracy unfolds that will change history and alter the lives of millions.As the end-game is played out during the preparations of the coronation ceremony of King Charles III at Westminster Abbey, life or death for millions hangs in the balance.

Detecting Deception

Author: Pär Anders Granhag
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118509757
Size: 11,47 MB
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Detecting Deception offers a state-of-the-art guide to the detection of deception with a focus on the ways in which new cognitive psychology-based approaches can improve practice and results in the field. Includes comprehensive coverage of the latest scientific developments in the detection of deception and their implications for real-world practice Examines current challenges in the field - such as counter-interrogation strategies, lying networks, cross-cultural deception, and discriminating between true and false intentions Reveals a host of new approaches based on cognitive psychology with the potential to improve practice and results, including the strategic use of evidence, imposing cognitive load, response times, and covert lie detection Features contributions from internationally renowned experts

Web Of Deception

Author: Anne P. Mintz
Editor: Information Today, Inc.
ISBN: 9780910965606
Size: 13,66 MB
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Examines clues the casual Internet users and professionals should be alert for when doing research on the Web, discussing topics such as e-commerce fraud, Web sites that "play doctor," identity theft, and charity scams.

Duke Of Deception

Author: Geoffrey Wolff
Editor: Vintage
ISBN: 0307784479
Size: 12,95 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Duke Wolff was a flawless specimen of the American clubman -- a product of Yale and the OSS, a one-time fighter pilot turned aviation engineer. Duke Wolff was a failure who flunked out of a series of undistinguished schools, was passed up for military service, and supported himself with desperately improvised scams, exploiting employers, wives, and, finally, his own son. In The Duke of Deception, Geoffrey Wolff unravels the enigma of this Gatsbyesque figure, a bad man who somehow was also a very good father, an inveterate liar who falsified everything but love.