Language Knowledge Issues
To what extent is language a barrier to the truth?
Emotionally Laden Language
An example of emotionally laden language would be a hippie versus a drug addict. While a hippie has a more positive connotation of a person who is carefree and concerned for the environment, a drug addict has a negative connotation for a person who is not doing anything in life and has bad vices.
Weasel words are commonly used in advertisements. They include words like many and should which are used to convince people that the product is much better than it actually is.
Grammar used for Purpose
Grammar used for purpose often uses passive voice, along with many other grammatical techniques in order to conceal the true meaning of what is being said.