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the difference between Gullible Person and Critical Thinker
Weegy: Gullibility is the belief in something with no substantiating facts to support that something. [ Essentially what makes people gullible is a state of emotional acceptance they involve themselves with others in order to be comfortable with overall cognition. ritical thinking is a way of deciding whether a claim is always true, sometimes true, partly true, or false. ] (More)
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How does your ethical lens influence critical thinking?
Weegy: Ethics play a very important part in the critical thinking process. Ethics are literally morals that you hold to even when no one is watching you. [ In critical thinking, ethics influence the way you will think on a subject depending on what you believe. In decision making, your personal ethics may prevent you from making a 'the end justifies the means' type of thing, regardless of having a good alternative. ] User: How might your personal Ethical Lens direct your academic behavior? Weegy: My personal ethical lens is rights and responsibilities and relationship lens. [ This indicates that I use my reasoning skills to determine both the universal rules that each person should follow and the processes that will assure fairness and justice for all in the community. My strength is to know what to do and do it. Once it is said that I will do something or care for someone, that is what I do. Loyalty and consistency is valued. My weakness is the risk of being an autocratic. ] User: How might a sensibility and equality Ethical Lens direct your academic behavior? Weegy: Ethics is an extremely essential element of life as well as society. I can use personal ethics to determine a course of action based on what I feel and understand to be right or wrong. [ [ [ the description of my relationship, reputation lens and core value states that I am a rational and sensible concerning deciding what will best serve my family/community. My preferred ethical lens is based on what is in the best interest of several people. In this way I respect the norms created by the society. My Blind spot is that I believe that processes are trusted a little too much. believe that a consistent process results in a just outcome for all, you sometimes trust the process too much and forget that unequal access gives rise to unjust outcomes, even when the process itself is fair. I do believe that individuals have their own capabilities, limitations and fallacies and so processes cannot ... (More)
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Which of the following should you look for when evaluating mutual funds?
Weegy: You forgot to include the options, however, here's the suggested tips for evaluating mutual funds: - Understand the fund's objectives and investment style - Review fund expenses. Smaller is better here. [ All mutual funds and exchange-traded funds have an expense ratio. - Size matters. Bigger isn't always better here, but neither is smaller. Asset bloat can be a big problem for some funds. ] User: What one thing can have the biggest impact on a mutual fund's performance over time? Weegy: See if the funds objectives meets your needs. Always look at a fund's performance over time, not just one year. You will need to decide what type of investor you are: long term, income oriented, or aggressive. [ All mutual funds have costs associated with them, some more than others. Make sure you understand all these costs because they will affect your bottom line. ] User: A. Its expense ratio B. The track record of its manager C. The sales load you paid when you bought it D. The amount of money it holds (More)
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