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Departing from the sociological dual process model that divides thoughts into automatic and unconscious, or deliberate and conscious occurrences, this book draws on empirical cases to demonstrate the existence of “automatic deliberation.” Through research into the ways in which people address difficult subjects, such as death and dying, pedophilia, and career decision-making, the author sheds light on a mode of thinking which is both habitual and effortful, displaying a combination of habituated understandings and conscious deliberation. Advancing a blended view of cognition by which individuals draw on schemas and frames to think through complex topics, this volume will appeal to sociologists and psychologists with interests in cognition and the ways in which we make decisions.
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Thinking Through Dilemmas: Schemas, Frames, and Difficult Decisions 1st Edition is written by Lawrence H. Williams and published by Routledge. The Digital and eTextbook ISBNs for Thinking Through Dilemmas are 9781000178685, 1000178684 and the print ISBNs are 9780367511630, 0367511630. Additional ISBNs for this eTextbook include 9781003052654, 9780367511654.