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    Criticfal Thinking, Attitudes and Encultured

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    "The extent to which we can think critically about ideas that conflict with our basic attitudes and values is inversely related to the extent to which we are encultured."

    Explain in your own words.

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    1. "The extent to which we can think critically about ideas that conflict with our basic attitudes and values is inversely related to the extent to which we are encultured." Explain in your own words.

    In general, this means that the higher the level to which we are encultured, the lower our level of ability to think critically about ideas that conflict with our basic attitudes. Conversely, the lower the level to which we are encultured, the ...

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