Assignment - United States-Centric Views Comparison

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Christian Americans Both Groups Muslim/Arab Americans Good neighbors Family oriented Secular content in education Conservative political values Governed by Biblical law Religious values perpetuated in politics Political environment open to both sexes Immodest dress Well educated Undereducated Socially compliant Not oppressive to women Women as homemakers Women who go to work Religious content in education Devout Law abiding Moderate political values Peaceable Violent Feminist Socially inclusive Socially exclusionary Strict moral values Moderate moral values Flexible moral values Oppressive to women Patriarchal society Modest dress Governed by the Qur’an Fanatically religious Religion part of government Male-dominated political environment Sexist Socially oppressed
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Christian Americans Both Groups Muslim/Arab Americans Good neighbors Family oriented Not oppressive to women Women who go to work Secular content in education Devout Law abiding Conservative political values Moderate political values Governed by Biblical law Religious values perpetuated in politics Political environment open to both sexes Strict moral values
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2011 for the course ETH 125 taught by Professor Jameshenderson during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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