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What's the point in discussion?

Author: Donald A Bligh
Publisher: Bristol : Intellect, 2003.
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The author examines what discussion can achieve and presents the skills of discussion and how they can be taught in the context of developing what the author refers to as a thinking society. The core ideas are applicable academically and in industry too.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald A Bligh
ISBN: 1841508551 9781841508559
OCLC Number: 50939059
Notes: Originally published: Exeter: Intellect, 1999.
Description: 320 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Donald Bligh.


Discussion is used extensively as a tool for training and education in industry, business and social services. This work shows how we can make learning and teaching by discussion more effective. It  Read more...


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'This certainly got me thinking about precisely what goes on in discussion and how it should be used effectively.' The Lecturer, July 2000

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