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Jacqueline M. Davies teaches in the Philosophy and Women’s Studies departments at Queen’s University, Kingston. She is the co-author of Good Reasons for Better Arguments, a textbook in critical thinking.
By Jacqueline M. Davies, Jamie Swift, Robert Clarke and Michael Czerny
This classic resource on social analysis introduces key issues and equips students with the tools to perform a critical analysis of the world around them.
Published April 2003
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