MondayJun 25 at 10:10pm
Manage Discussion Entry
· Explain at least five elements of critical thinking that you found in the reading material.
1. Not allowing your emotions to sway your opinion or views prior to completing your research.
2. Analyzing facts verses opinions within your source.
3. Do not having an objective perspective due to what you think you may already know what about said topic.
4. Identifying non-bias facts that are supported by evidence and not opinion which provides biased reasoning.
5. Being open minded to new facts that may change your way of thinking.
Plencner, A., (2014). Critical thinking and the challenges of internet. Communication Today, 5 (2). Retrievedfrom https://www.communicationtoday.sk/download/2/2014/Plencner%20-%20CT%202-2014.pdf
· Search the Internet, media, or the Ashford University Library, and find an example in which good critical thinking skills are being demonstrated by the author or speaker. Summarize the content, andexplain why you think it demonstrates good critical thinking skills.
I found an article on the Ashford University Library, Author Gibbons (2017), shares issue of ethics while serving in the United States Navy. The purpose of the article is to discuss how moral obligations may change overtime, but they also stay the same in many ways. I found this article interesting as it demonstrated good critical thinking by challenging the thought process of what moral obligations may have changed from our parent’s era to ours? What ethics have been lost over time and which ones will never waver?
Gibbons, T. J. (2017). FOUNDATIONS OF MORAL OBLIGATION: After Forty Years. Naval War College Review, 70(3), 121-139.
· Search the Internet, media, or the Ashford University Library, and find an example in which the author or speaker lacks good critical thinking skills. Summarize the content, and explain why you think it demonstrates the absence of good, critical thinking skills.
I found an article on the internet discussing work permits being revoked for tech worker spouses in Silicon Valley. They claimed an executive order was passed by President Trump protecting American citizen employment. The article is claiming Silicon Valley has begun the limitation on visas for more than 100,000 spouses of immigrants not allowing them to work due to a “labor shortage”. This article is extremely bias in nature. There is not scholarly research to support the article. There are no references cited throughout the article nor credited at the end. The author seems to have an objective perspective on this topic, which limits critical thinking.
Loiver-Craviotta, M. (2018). Decision to revoke work permits fro tech worker spouses could upend tech inductry in Silicon Valley. Local: In The Penninsula. Retrieved from https://blog.sfgate.com/inthepeninsula/2018/06/25/decision-to-revoke-work-permits-for-tech-worker-spouses-could-upend-tech-industry-in-silicon-valley/