Section 3: Types of thinking, styles of writing
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- As discussed above, critical thinking is often associated with terms such as description, explanation, analysis, critique, reflection and argument.
- These forms of thinking are related to particular styles of writing.
- A piece of academic writing will usually display several types of critical thinking, and these will be integrated to form the basis of an argument.
- The following exercises provoke you to think about how different kinds of thinking take different styles of writing – and how these may relate to thinking and writing in your own area(s) of academic practice.
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