60 by 85 by 185 cm.
Foam, iron, paper, stuffed animals, textile, wood.
DOUBLESPEAK is often used to deliberately
mislead and deceive the audience. The aim of doublespeak (constructing words to disguise the
real meaning) is not to even modify people's ideas
on a given subject, rather, it is to achieve conformity
in the way that people act.
Doublespeak is often used in ADVERTISING ('"communication" = "propaganda"/ "efficient" = "profitable") and in the field of POLITICS ("serving
the target" = "bombing"/ "crusade" = "war") whereas,
in the early days of the two concepts it was
considered wrong to construct words to disguise meaning, this is now an accepted and established practice.
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