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Although we found no relevant studies, we expect that ISs gossip; across cultures gossiping is observed during childhood (Bloom, 2004) and is normative social interaction (Dunbar, 2004).
WHAT is life without some spice, you may retort, if you were told that gossiping is bad for the morale.
As children we love and listen to stories, gossiping is the adult version of that childhood favourite.
We all feel cornered and frustrated at times and gossiping to someone is an easy way to release that tension.
The preacher transforms the exemplum in technical ways to make it seem less distant and more immediate and thus more like gossip, and as a result, he borders on gossiping himself in the pulpit.
Above all though, 70% believe that gossiping brings them closer to people at home and at work.
As employees strive to achieve a healthy work-life balance by curtailing bad habits such as junk food, alcohol, or nicotine, one impulse that often falls under the radar, yet can be just as addictive and cancerous, goes unaddressed: gossiping.
Mr Long said: "A US company has banned its workers from gossiping and four workers in New Hampshire have been sacked for gossiping but it is unlikely that a charge of 'gossiping' by itself would be enough to justify dismissal in the UK.
Tom Long said: "A US company has banned its workers from gossiping and four US workers have been sacked for gossiping but it is unlikely that a charge of 'gossiping' by itself would be enough to justify dismissal in the UK.
Q We have an enormous problem with gossiping in our lab.
In an office setting, gossiping becomes a way of networking.
In fact, gossiping too little can be at least as risky as gossiping too much, according to Sarah Wert, a psychologist at Yale University.