United States-Centric Views Comparison (app. D counterpart)

United States-Centric Views Comparison (app. D counterpart)...

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United States-Centric Views Comparison It seems to me that in comparison, both of our results are quite similar. There are obviously differences but if I were to put the times that we disagreed into numerical odds, it would be every one out of six. More or less speaking, we agreed on the whole. One area in which we disagreed was in the field of education. My partner (Rick) interpreted both groups as being inherently under and well educated. I listed the Christian Americans as being the better educated while the Muslim/Arabs were not. In hindsight, Rick probably has the more correct response. One must remember, just because somebody is Muslim/Arab it does not mean that they are under- educated. This is just an illusion that society has come to believe. The two of us listed responses under the “Both” category. In all honesty, I am quite sure that nearly all of the responses deserve to be posted there-in. It is not like humanity is vastly different region to region. Perhaps customs and beliefs are, but instinct and basic behaviors are usually not. Aside from
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2010 for the course IT 205 IT 205 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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