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what is the term “thobbing”? In relation to online media, can you provide an example on how thobbing can hinder a person’s critical thinking skills?
There is no such term as thobbing. Please check it again. Thanks.
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Thobbing is a term coined by Henshaw Ward. The term combines the "Th" from the word thinking, the letter "O" from the word opinion and the letter "B" from the word believing. When people think the opinion that pleases them and then believe it then they are thobbing. The best way to prevent thobbing is to think about your thinking or metacognition.
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