Teaching readers in post-truth America
Carillo, Ellen C., author
Utah State University Press, publisher
Demonstrates how postsecondary teachers can engage the phenomenon of "post-truth," a concern in American discourse. Drawing on educational and cognitive psychology, human development, philosophy, and education, Carillo demonstrates foregrounding the practice of reading as an act of composing meaning and a strategy for navigating the current climate.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Reading (Higher education) -- United States
Rhetoric -- Political aspects -- United States
Reading comprehension -- United States
Critical thinking -- United States