Standardisation and evaluation of argument for critical thinking
Standardisation and Evaluation of Argument for Critical Thinking
This essay is based on critical evaluation and standardisation of three articles “A few surprises in the list of the hip and happening” by Toby Johnstone, “Political tweeters may troll too close to home” by Lenore Taylor and “Katter's party outpolls Greens, survey finds” by Tony Moore along with an essay evaluation on “Philosophy of Life”. This essay is based on how we can use critical thinking in identifying the author's aim and objective behind writing an article or an essay. Critical thinking is an art that can help an individual in providing evaluation and justification to the selected issue as it helps in deciding what to do or what to believe in. Critical thinking helps in making the right judgement and form a firm belief.
1. “A few surprises in the list of the hip and happening” by Toby Johnstone
The arguments that can be taken from this article as listed below:
1. In almost all the suburbs of Australia more than 56% of people who are living are on rent.
2. People living in suburbs are enjoying emotional attachment around them as all of them are well connected with each other.
3. Most of the university students are living in these areas therefore the environment of these areas is based on creativity.
4. People living in suburbs are mostly energetic, young, educated and free from heavy mortgage payments and they are even more open to new trends, innovation and using new things.
In this article Toby Johnstone has pointed out an issue related to the renting out of houses in the hippest suburbs. Suburb is a distant district of a city more often it is linked with the residential locations that are not for elite class of the society. An author of this article has pointed out a societal issue that most of the people of Australia are doing. An issue is related to living in suburbs and not in cities and mainly on rental basis.
For an argument 1: it is found that the population that was mainly studied in this article was based on people living in Redfern in Sydney and Collingwood in Melbourne. It was found that there is an increasing trend that most of the people who are working in cities are living in suburbs and mainly on rental basis. Almost 56% of the people are living in these suburbs. People are all living in suburbs as the accommodation in cities is very expensive and they cannot afford it.
For an argument 2: It has been found that they all have emotional attachment to each other as they are all well connected due to the communal activities, shared values and rituals.
For an argument 3: As most of the university students are living in these suburbs therefore the environment of these areas are more based on creativity and they have emotional attachment and strong relationships among them that they cannot pass on without saying ...