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  1. Most often, when discussing “clip thinking”, they do not talk about thinking as such, but rather about the fact that modern children react differently to the practices that are familiar to adults: I can't read and perceive large amounts of text; I can't focus on something for a long time. One of the most reliable versions of what is happening is that we are witnessing a transition from a textual culture to a visual one (a cooler version is that to a sensual one). From this point of view, what is negatively assessed as “clip thinking” in everyday life may simply be a manifestation of a new type of perception and a collision with other ways of transmitting meanings 🗿 ⌛ ️ 📺 📟 📱

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