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a certain viewpoint. This contrasts with news journalism, which aims for balance and a kind of objectivity. However, we distinguish between columns characterised by an argumentative or rhetorical style with an explicit argument (arguing for a specific viewpoint) and columns with a more open, reflective and analyticalstyle.
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typically related to increased use of “intuitive” decision-making. Klein’s (1997 ) recognition-primed decision (RPD) model describes the concept of intuitive decision-making and explains how people make decisions without having to go through an extensive cognitive process. The RPD describes decision making as a top–down process (pattern matching; intuition) and a bottom–up process (mental simulation; rational process). It is the integration of intuitive and analyticalstyles and can explain decision-making styles (DMSs) accurately ( Klein 1997 , 2008 ; Klapproth 2008