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The affective domain and social networking : definitorial issues and misleading assumptions

  title={The affective domain and social networking : definitorial issues and misleading assumptions},
  author={Christian Voigt and Kit MacFarlane},
Higher education goes beyond the acquisition of knowledge to “inspire and enable individuals to develop their capabilities to the highest potential levels throughout life, so that they grow intellectually, are well equipped for work, can contribute effectively to society and achieve personal fulfillment” [1]. Ramsden‟s statement clearly indicates that education is about more than transmitting information (usually considered as the cognitive domain of learning). What seems to be neglected is… 

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