Critical thinking

Critical Thinking: Strategies In Decision Making

According to the Critical Thinking Company, “Critical thinking is the identification and evaluation of evidence to guide decision making. A critical thinker uses broad in-depth analysis of evidence to make decisions and communicate his/her beliefs clearly and accurately” (Critical thinking definition. Para 1). The best thinkers are those who go through a trained thought pattern […]

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Critical Thinking/Reflection

Assessing both critical thinking and the reflection process in learning, these aspects are both intertwined. Without one, you cannot have the other. With the use of critical thinking and reflection this thought process allows us to analyse, assess, evaluate, learn and develop arguments. However this can have a twofold affect in the learning process. The […]

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Compare and contrast these explanations of FDI

Although Knickerbocker’s theory and its extensions can help to explain imitative FDI behavior by firms in oligopolistic industries, it does not explain why the first firm in an oligopoly decides to undertake FDI rather than to export or license. Internalization theory addresses this phenomenon. The imitative theory also does not address the issue of whether […]

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Review & Critical Thinking

Review Questions 1. What are the differences between being a biological parent, an adoptive parent, and a foster parent? * A biological parent is when you produce a child then raising that child. An adoptive parent is someone who applied for a child and agrees to raise that child as their own. A foster parent […]

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Self Education

Salman Shocken dropped out of high school at the age of 16. He built a chain of retail stores in Germany in the 1920’s. With the money he made he surrounded himself with contemporary scholars of his era including Franz Kafka. He paid these scholars a monthly salary so that they could write in peace […]

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The Mann Gulch Disaster

1. There were several conceptual blocks experienced by the smokejumpers. The first conceptual block occurred when Dodge saw that the fire had crossed the gulch ahead of the crew and he redirected them to start ascending up the hill. The smokejumpers could not understand why Dodge would instruct them to go this route when it […]

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Critical Thinking: Leadership-Development Programs

Critical thinking is a process by which a thinker can improve the quality of their thinking through a process. It involves a series of process, that actively and skillfully conceptualizing, evaluating, applying, and analyzing information to reach an answer or a conclusion. This allows the reader to process the information received to come to a […]

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Jocks vs. Pukes

What is the author’s main idea? Interestingly enough, the author’s main idea is to enhance the readers understanding of Jock culture and to inform the readers that there are people in this world that are driven to believe that jocks and pukes are completely different men. Also there are some people who don’t want anything […]

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