Gossip: An Analytical Research Paper

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Gossip Analytical Research Paper Introduction Gossip is recognized, in some circles as a method for spreading information between a group of people who have an intimate knowledge of one another. It is seen by linguistic anthropologists as a primary method for communication in some circles, and it has been a technique for many thousands of years. This is not a gender specific activity, although some may think it is, but it crosses many different demographics. This research paper is an attempt to convert a set of song lyrics ("Rolling in the Deep") to gossip, and then to explain what the experience of conversion means. Converting "Rolling in the Deep" to Gossip "So what's the deal with Sarah and Ryan?" "You know I don't tell tales on my sister!" "Come on. I heard something was going on. I heard that she packed up her things." "Okay. She said something about this, I don't know, "realization" she had about him. Something about seeing him crystal clear now." "What does that mean?" "I don't know but, I could hear some of the things she was yelling into the phone at him. She said something like "Yeah! You think you have something on me?! Well go ahead and sell me out and I'll lay your ship bare!!"" "What the hell does that mean?" "Well she always told me they were soooooo in love, but yesterday she just seemed so angry she was breathless. I heard her tell one of her friends that she had some dirt on Ryan and that she was going to make his head burn and bring him down as
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