Vol 11, No 2(22) (2018)

Critical thinking – inside out. Public discourse and everyday life

Guest editors:

Gheorghe CLITAN, Full Professor, West University of Timisoara, Romania

Daniela DUMITRU, Associate Professor, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Romania

Table of Contents

Introduction

Introduction PDF
Gheorghe CLITAN, Daniela Elena DUMITRU 5-7

Dossier

La pensée transmédiale : une étude des actions appliquées à la pensée critique dans le domaine de la littératie transmédia PDF
Manel JIMÉNEZ-MORALES 11-29
Unfamiliar concepts as an obstacle for critical thinking in public discussions regarding women’s rights issues in Latvia. Reflective thinking in the ‘fake news’ era PDF
Sandra VEINBERG 31-49
The Műnchausen Effect and the post-truth era advertising messages. Critical analysis on fallacious and enthymematic advertising slogan argumentation PDF
Aurelia-Ana VASILE 51-66
Scenario as a tool for critical thinking : Climate change awareness and denial as a case study PDF
Remo GRAMIGNA, Raili MARLING 67-84
How critical thinking should be at the heart of digital interactions? PDF
Thibaud HULIN 85-105
Culture informationnelle et pensée critique, vers une approche créative PDF
Orélie DESFRICHES DORIA 107-129
Educating for critical thinking in university: The criticality of critical thinking in education and everyday life PDF
Amanda FRANCO, Rui MARQUES VIEIRA, Celina TENREIRO-VIEIRA 131-144

Varia

The Spanish-Catalan political crisis as represented in the UK, French and German press (2010-2017) PDF
Cristina PERALES-GARCÍA, Carles PONT-SORRIBES 147-162

Research notes/Book reviews

Book presentations PDF
Marie Jauffret 163


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