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Conclusion

Congratulations!
You have now completed Thinking Matters.

Whether you have worked through the short ‘In a Nutshell’ sections, or taken the longer journey through the full written version, you have had many opportunities to think more carefully about the three broad areas of analysis, critique and argument, and how they relate to aspects of thinking, reading and writing in your chosen field of study.

If you have time, it will be very useful if you can now complete the brief evaluation which follows. Your views are highly valued, and will greatly assist us in making this a more effective program.

 


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