Being in the know: Gossip and friendship on a college campus

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Abstract: Gossip or evaluative talk about others is ubiquitous. Gossip allows important rules to be clarified and reinforced, and individuals to keep track of their social network while strengthening their bonds to the group (Fine, 1977; Foster, 2004). Gossip is especially prevalent on college campuses; it provides an ideal environment to understand how gossip affects friend groups. Participants w...

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