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SOC 150 outline - 150 Lecture Critical Thinking-Thought is...

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150 Lecture 8/23/05 Critical Thinking Thought is shaped by all sorts of information, concepts, principles and theories* on various subjects Critical thinking skills include interpretation, analysis, evaluation, inference and explanation—skills that are needed to assess ideas, information and experiences and to take into account opposing points of views A general principle used to explain a set of facts and/or beliefs and their relations to each other 150 Lecture 8/25/05 What do you believe about Choices Discussion The Sociological Perspective Defining Social Problems Skolick and Currie’s Historical Perspective The Sociological Lens on social problems What do you believe? 1. People have choices in life? 2. People’s choices are often controlled by others/outside forces? The Sociological Perspective Employs a critical analysis Examination of economic, political, and social relations between people and countries Is based on science and art Is liberating
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