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In high school there were rumors that my band director was pledging students in her office after hours The students would say they saw band members come out the room with bruises or they only wore one color for a long period amount of time This rumor grew so fast So fast that teachers started hearing about it The rumor reached our principals and parents who were highly upset After investigating the rumor it was found that there werent any band members with bruises and there reason behind the colors and that the rumor was not true In class we had a similar example of this our professor told us that there were laxatives in our food in the cafeteria Many students believed the rumor to be true Students will always believe rumors when it is said by an authority When a rumors is being said by authority it can grow like a snowball effect once it gets rolling it grows to be bigger than how we image it It can spread just as fast Especially if the person telling the rumor has power or high standing for example a teacher a cop a popular student It can easily influence others that the rumor is true Regardless of having evidence an example of that is our Wayne experiment I believe that why it was so easy for students to agree to the Wayne rumor because Ms Lago said it If someone with high authority tells you something we have the tendency to believe it like when the President Obama gives a speech we believe what he says not fully knowing if he is telling the truth So when Ms Lago told us the rumor there was a great chance after she said it students will believe it why would your professor lieHowever not everyone will believe what authorities say Some students second guessed the rumor One student wasnt sure if he should believe the
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