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Having thought about how hard it can be to approach controversial issues, this lesson looks at the challenge of navigating the differing narratives around a certain issue. It explores how critical thinking can be employed to spot biases and harmful agendas in the sources of information we expose ourselves to, as well as to be mindful of our own agendas / influences when seeking out and consuming information.

Skill: Critical thinking
Spotting our own biases and thinking critically about the media
or information we consume; holding assumptions lightly and
emphasising nuance.

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