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Christina Kanicsar Capstone Checkpoint CRT- 205 1.) In the future, how will critically thinking influence the ways that you read, write and process information? In the future, I will be able to understand better the things I read and how to process everything so that I am not taking it at face value. I will now think before I speak, where as before I wouldn’t. I would say what is on my mind and now I can say it and make it sound like I am smart. With what I have learned in the class, I can process the information given to me and see what it means versus looking at it and not understanding. I can look further into what is being said. 2.) Why and how could you apply critical thinking when evaluating
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Unformatted text preview: articles, advertising, media, and conversations? When reading articles, reading or watching advertisements, or having conversations, there are many ways to take everything. I think that when watching or reading advertisements there can be many ways to take what they are saying. For example, the cigarette companies show a man smoking. You can take it that either only men smoke, or if you smoke you can turn into a man. However, most people know that you can not change sexes if you smoke. If you really think about the things around, there are many ways to take what people say. Only you can determine the right way to take it....
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2010 for the course CRT 205 crt 205 taught by Professor Darren during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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