The Skills of Critical Thinking, Creativity, and Communication as Tools for Overcoming Social Simulation in the Context of Sustainability: A Case Study of Students’ Self-Assessment of the Affective Domain of Learning

1. Introduction

Today, sustainability is widely discussed in social sciences and transcends traditional approaches, ecology and the nurturance of the environment. Sustainability issues are addressed in social sciences as a multicriteria phenomenon. Sustainability includes socio-economic development, sustainable development practices, literacy and awareness-raising, good governance and accountability initiatives and is, therefore, perceived as an essential part of social responsibility. The Sustainable Development Strategy aims to maintain harmony between people, nature and society [1]. Sustainability is understood as the development of actions, campaigns and processes that positively impact social, environmental and economic capital, the formation of which is based on these values [2]. One of the most relevant factors for sustainability in the form of social transparency is its enforcement measures. To identify the sustainability field, it is important to define one of the essential pre-states of social transparency that poses a fundamental threat to it, i.e., social simulations manifested   Read More

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