Source criticism on the schedule : teaching critical thinking / Anna Rosenqvist, Stefan Ekecrantz.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Authors: Rosenqvist, Anna (Author), Ekecrantz, Stefan (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Swedish
Published: Cham : Springer, [2022]
Series:Springer texts in education.
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Online Access:Click for online access
Uniform Title:Källkritik på schemat.
Table of Contents:
  • Intro
  • Preface
  • Contents
  • 1 Introduction Part 1
  • What is Critical Thinking?
  • Between Blind Faith in Authority and Naive Scepticism
  • What is Being Critically Analysed?
  • Claims About "How" and "Why"
  • "Is that Really So?"
  • "How Do We Know-And with What Degree of Certainty?"
  • "Could It Be Any Other Way?"
  • Tendency Analysis
  • Lack of Information and Ignorance
  • Psychological Perspectives
  • Cognitive Dissonance and Critical Thinking
  • Selective Source Criticism-Confirmation and Myside Bias
  • Critical Thinking as a Quality
  • Philosophical Perspectives
  • Hume's Law-Facts and Values
  • Values First, Critical Thinking Training Second?
  • Does Critical Thinking Have an Ideological Colour?
  • Further Reading-Literature on Critical Thinking
  • References
  • 2 Introduction Part 2
  • Making Source-Critical Arguments
  • Four Principles of Source Criticism
  • Who, What, How, When and Why?
  • Refer-Plagiarise
  • Information Search Tools
  • Copyright and Creative Commons
  • The Harvard System
  • News Consumption
  • What Will Be News?
  • Credibility of News
  • Objective/Subjective Source
  • Wikipedia as a Source of Information
  • How Does Wikipedia Work?
  • Images and Films-What I See, I See, Right?
  • YouTube as an Information Channel
  • Conspiracies and Alternative Facts
  • Conspiracy and Doomsday Theories
  • Fake News and Clickbait
  • Source Criticism in Several Curricula/Single Subjects
  • Historical Sources
  • Mathematical Sources
  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • What is Search Engine Optimisation?
  • Top Level Domain
  • Social Media
  • New Situations Require New Conversations
  • Safe Online and Social Communication
  • Final Words
  • Research Assignment in the Form of Project Work
  • References