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How the evolution of language affects fraud risk / by D. Kip Holderness, Andi McNeal, Richard Riley and Joseph T. Wells

By: Holderness, D. Kip.
Contributor(s): McNeal, Andi | Riley, Richard | Wells, Joseph T.
Series: Journal of Accountancy.Publisher: USA, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Edition: 226 (2), August 2018.Description: 19-23, 5 pages.Subject(s): Auditors | Fraud | Interpersonal communication | Information technology | WritingOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Looks at changes in language, from emojis to abbreviated texting language, which may obscure true meaning for auditors and accountants. Advocates leaders have in-person conversations and keep abreast of communication changes.
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Looks at changes in language, from emojis to abbreviated texting language, which may obscure true meaning for auditors and accountants. Advocates leaders have in-person conversations and keep abreast of communication changes.

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