United States-centric Views Compairson

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Unformatted text preview: United States-Centric Views Comparison Eth/125 Tammy Castaing 4/11/2010 United States-Centric View Comparison Before doing this assignment I knew that both papers would have similar answers because we are both Christian Americans and we come from the same type of teachings and background. Most of our answers were similar in the average American category. The words that we used to describe Muslim and Arab Americans were similar as well and when we talked about the descriptors, our views were the same. We both feel strongly that Muslim and Arab Americans are oppressive towards women they are socially oppressed and have strict moral values. There were also similarities that they express religious content in education, we fanatics about religion, governed by the Qur'an, and are socially exclusionary. My friend also added that he felt in his opinion that Muslim and Arab Americans are law abiding, women are homemakers, and that their political environment is male dominated....
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2010 for the course ETH125 AAGI0M00D5 taught by Professor Stacyholliday during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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