interview2 - Due Oct 7 2008 INTERVIEW#2 BEST/WORST...

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Due Oct. 7, 2008 INTERVIEW #2 BEST/WORST Instructions: Interview a person age 25 or older. Introduction: I’m taking a class at UT that deals with the way people communicate honestly and dishonestly. For one of my assignments, I need to conduct an interview with someone about lying and truthtelling. All the information will be kept completely confidential and no names will ever be used in connection with this information. I do need your name and phone number, though, in case my instructor wants to verify my having conducted this interview. 1. What is the worst kind of lie? 2. What is the best kind of lie? 3. From the people you know personally, whom do you trust the most to tell you the truth? Why? 4. From the people you know personally, whom do you trust the least to tell you the truth? Why? 5. Are there things you don’t want to know the truth about? 6. Are there things you would not tell other people the truth about? 7. What does it mean to you to tell the truth? 8. From this interview, I learned: Interviewee Name: Nina Cooley Interviewee Phone: 817-229-0698 Student Name (Print) : Sandra Dever
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1. What is the worst kind of lie? Lying about loving someone. Lying to your self and eventually believing it to be true- instead of fixing it or coming to terms with it. For example, an addiction or an illness that could get worse. Lying when it is only for your benefit, especially when it hurts the person. 2.
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