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Nov. Students have pressured companies to end discount programs for NRA members. a 14-year-old freshman who saw her favorite teacher shot in the chest, Their storiesthe heartbreaking accounts of the survivors, The media and several human rights organizations have done an admirable job of revealing who these 43 students are: Luis is quiet and reserved; Marco loves rock music and is hardly ever in a bad mood; Saul is just plain fun; Adan loves soccer." All of them are humble country people studying to become teachers All of them are leftist and combative and strong opponents of the local state and federal authoritiesbut they are not criminals These were young students attacked and kidnapped by the same people who were supposed to look after them It could happen to anyone The Peña Nieto factor is about holding a president accountable to his own marketing Part of Mexicans immunity to outrage under the previous administration was a sinking sense that competence was not the federal governments strong point under Felipe Calderón least of all competence in overseeing corrupt local and state governments governed by other parties The appeal of bringing back the tough PRI bosses in 2012 was that they knew how to run the place including its most unsavory elements and would allow us to move on to other things Peña Nietos entire pitch could have been summed up in a pithy bumper sticker slogan: "Lets Change the Subject" And sure enough he did Once in office he exuded confidence that his security people could handle all the recent unpleasantness so that he and the rest of us could focus on education the economy energy reforms and all the other things that were in his triumphalist script But the Peña Nieto administrations failure to find the missing students not to mention its failure to prevent such atrocities in the first place is undermining its entire reason for being All the hype about Mexicos future the governments vaunted reforms applauded in the international press the talk of a prosperous secure country "on the move"all of it is threatened by the stark tragedy of Ayotzinapa In the search for the 43 missing students concealed graves full of human remains have appeared all around Iguala The sad truth is that they must be all around Mexico "We have been witnessing peoples disappearance for years and they had to be somewhere" Mario Campos a well-known journalist wrote some days ago Mexicos thousands of victims are slowly emerging from their macabre resting places Most of them are still unnamed and unidentifiable but they are not longer hard cold numbers Huge demonstrations are being organized across the country and the issue is only gaining steam on social media The number of people taking to the streets tweeting and reposting messages on social networks in coming days will reveal a lot about the future of the movement and its potential consequences Judging by the intensity of what is going on the issue wont fade away Ayotzinapa has also revealed in all its crudeness the precarious state of municipalities all around Mexico In Iguala as in many other places authorities and criminals are now indistinguishable According to Guillermo Trejo a professor from CIDE a top research institution in Mexico City in the past few yearsyears in which disappearances have increasedcriminal organizations have also changed their goals and tactics Before their priority was to "keep business as usual" which basically meant to corrupt a few members of the local authorities to guarantee the status quo Now criminal organizations have literally seized the local power structures and resources This is true in states such as Guerrero and Tamaulipas In Michoacán Tejo argues criminals take as much as 30 percent of the municipalities budgets 20 percent of the local salaries and regularly demand to be given public contracts (which of course are never fulfilled) In this context it should come as no surprise that so many civilian self-defense groups have emerged across the country And so it isnt clear where we go from here There is no easy way out of this situation as much as we tried the "change the subject" tactic Were now confronting reality in all its bleakness with no trusted institutions to turn to Ayotzinapa has revealed so many rotten things about Mexicos political structures that it has finally convinced thousandsif not millionsof people that our only chance to save us to save our country begins with standing by those 43 kids and willing their return Its a first step Ana Francisca Vega is a journalist based in Mexico City who has co-founded the website "Codigo Espagueti" and hosts a daily TV technology show at Foro TV She wrote this for Zocalo Public Square Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsDistorting the truth without actually lying has a name: paltering We all do it and according to a new Harvard University study most of us feel better about paltering than flat-out lying But before you give yourself a free pass know that this type of deception is viewed by others just as harshly as a straight-up lie and can seriously hurt your reputation if people catch on Paltering is common in negotiations and in politics In a blog post for the Harvard Business Review study co-author and professor of business administration Francesca Gino PhD outlined a few instances from the 2016 presidential race So politicians do it but its also something that many of us do on a regular basis in both our personal and professional lives "Even I do it too frequently" says lead author Todd Rogers PhD associate professor of public policy at the Harvard Kennedy School "Ill go into my inbox and look at an email I was supposed to reply to weeks ago And Ill look out the window and think about it for a few seconds and then write Ive been thinking about your email" "Im clearly creating the impression that Ive been thinking this over for the last three weeks when in truth Ive been thinking about it for the last second and a half" Rogers told Health "Im creating a false impression by telling truthful thingsbut yet it doesnt feel as unethical as lying" Gino and Rogers wanted to see what people on both sides of the coin think about paltering from an ethical and personal standpoint To date most research on deception has focused on two types they say: lying by commission (using false statements) and by omission (choosing not to disclose relevant information) Healthcom: 30 Signs You’re in a Toxic Relationship In a series of experiments involving more than 1750 participants the researchers determined that paltering is common and recognized as a separate third form of deception In one study more than 50% of business executives enrolled at Harvard Business School admitted they had used the tactic in some or most of their negotiations When they asked people to role-play as deceivers and deceivees the researchers discovered that participants felt better about paltering rather than lying by commission; they thought their actions were more ethical because they were technically telling the truth But when their deception was revealed their counterparts graded them just as negatively as if theyd lied by commission “When individuals discover that a prospective negotiation partner has paltered to them in the past they are less likely to trust that partner" said Rogers in a press release "and therefore less likely to negotiate with that person again" In other words dont get too comfortable with your habit of twisting the truth If you get caught it could definitely backfire "Everybodys got to use their own compass" Rogers says "but how others might see you is definitely something to keep in mind" Healthcom: How Friends Make You Healthier The study was published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Rogers says the findings can also serve as a reminder to everyone to watch out for those who may try to use paltering against them "When someone appears to answer your question but doesnt address the exact narrow details that creates an opportunity to mislead you" he says "If you ask the used car salesman if there have ever been any problems with a vehicle and he tells you I drove it today and it felt like a brand-new car that should be a flag" A version of this article originally appeared on Healthcom Contact us at [email protected] David GuttenfelderAP Jan. 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