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Manipulation / Deception in the use of Public Communications

This solution utilizes an example of an individual who once was a Senatorial candidate. In using public communication this particular individual utilizes his previous status to his distinct advantage in using deceptive tactics. This solution provides an overview of public relations communication and describes how it is specifically deceptive.

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The following is a communication received from a senatorial candidate in South Carolina. This particular communication is analyzed, defining the intended message, what this candidate wants the public to believe, and provides advice to the candidate.

From: Bruce Smith for Senate District 29

"Dear Friend of Senate District 29

I am the only former State Senator candidate for the Senate District 29 election to be held on Tuesday, September 17th. I have the experience and know the state leadership on a first name basis. Darlington County needs a senator who is sincerely interested in helping the citizens of Darlington County receive all ...

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This solution utilizes an example of an individual who once was a Senatorial candidate. In using public communication this particular individual utilizes his previous status to his distinct advantage in using deceptive tactics. This solution provides an overview of public relations communication and describes how it is specifically deceptive.

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