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Watch in slide show mode to observe (modest) animation.

comments questions: [email protected]

papers,etc: www.culturalcognition.net

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www.culturalcognition.net

Promoting Informed Civic Engagement: the Significance of the Cognitive Climate

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Promoting Informed Civic Engagement

Premise:

Proposition:

Explanation:

Prescription:

National elections should be the occasion for informed public engagement with policy issues of the greatest consequence.

But they frequently aren’t.

Informed public engagement with any issue depends on the quality of the cognitive climate surrounding it.

Supporters of informed public engagement should use evidence-based initiatives to secure a favorable cognitive climate for issues of consequence.

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Promoting Informed Civic Engagement

Premise:

Proposition:

Explanation:

Prescription:

National elections should be the occasion for informed public engagement with policy issues of the greatest consequence.

But they frequently aren’t.

Informed public engagement with any issue depends on the quality of the cognitive climate surrounding it.

Supporters of informed public engagement should use evidence-based initiatives to secure a favorable cognitive climate for issues of consequence.

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Two Cognitive Environmental Problems

Cultural toxicity

Affective poverty

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Two Cognitive Environmental Problems

Cultural toxicity

Affective poverty

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Promoting Informed Civic Engagement

Premise:

Proposition:

Explanation:

Prescription:

National elections should be the occasion for informed public engagement with policy issues of the greatest consequence.

But they frequently aren’t.

Informed public engagement with any issue depends on the quality of the cognitive climate surrounding it.

Supporters of informed public engagement should use evidence-based initiatives to secure a favorable cognitive climate for issues of consequence.

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Two Cognitive Environmental Problems

Cultural toxicity

Affective poverty

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Promoting Informed Civic Engagement

Premise:

Proposition:

Explanation:

Prescription:

National elections should be the occasion for informed public engagement with policy issues of the greatest consequence.

But they frequently aren’t.

Informed public engagement with any issue depends on the quality of the cognitive climate surrounding it.

Supporters of informed public engagement should use evidence-based initiatives to secure a favorable cognitive climate for issues of consequence.

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Promoting Informed Civic Engagement

Premise:

Proposition:

Explanation:

Prescription:

National elections should be the occasion for informed public engagement with policy issues of the greatest consequence.

But they frequently aren’t.

Informed public engagement with any issue depends on the quality of the cognitive climate surrounding it.

Supporters of informed public engagement should use evidence-based initiatives to secure a favorable cognitive climate for issues of consequence.

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Promoting Informed Civic Engagement

Premise:

Proposition:

Explanation:

Prescription:

National elections should be the occasion for informed public engagement with policy issues of the greatest consequence.

But they frequently aren’t.

Informed public engagement with any issue depends on the quality of the cognitive climate surrounding it.

Supporters of informed public engagement should use evidence-based initiatives to secure a favorable cognitive climate for issues of consequence.

And they should start NOW.

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