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Educational Alternatives, Volume 14, 2016

Olga Karpenko
Pages: 429-436
Published: 25 Sep 2016
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Abstract: The area of stereotypical thinking is researched quite well but it lacks literature on what social science students think about it and whether they have the same stereotypes. We are going to show the results of the questionnaire which concerns biases. The purpose of the investigation is to display that we almost think the same way that is why we come to false conclusions and consequently make wrong decisions. The result of our research will be useful for professors and teachers who specialize in training critical thinking and forming organizational culture of future specialists.
Keywords: stereotypes, way of thinking, students in humanities, organizational culture
Cite this article: Olga Karpenko. THINKING DIFFERENT AS A METHOD TO EDUCATE STUDENTS IN HUMANITIES. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Educational Alternatives 14, 429-436 (2016).
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