For the first viewpoint clarity nut it lacks depth

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For the first viewpoint clarity nut, it lacks depth. Clarity in the essence that the perspective convinces the readers that grit and conscientiousness are correlated. Also, it is clear that grit is not a skill, but there is lack of in-depth analysis based on evidence to show how these allegations address the complexities on the main topic (grit) (Denby, 2016). In the second viewpoint, the statement is relevant but not accurate. It is relevant since I have a direct connection to the discussion on the impact of grit on the academic outcome. However, it lacks accuracy because there is no parameter one can use to find out if the statement is true or false.
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CRITICAL THINKING 4 References Denby, D. (2016, June 21). The Limits of “Grit”. The New Yorker [New York]. Duckworth, A. L. (2007). Grit: Perseverance and Passion for Long-Term Goals. In personality processes and individual differences (pp. 1087-1101). University of Pennsylvania. Hochanadel, A., & Finamore, D. (2015). Fixed And Growth Mindset In Education And How Grit Helps Students Persist In The Face Of Adversity. Journal of International Education Research – First Quarter , 11 (1), 5.
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