ETH 125 - My friend and I came up with the majority of the...

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My friend and I came up with the majority of the same answers, but where we differed was in the perspective of the question. I read the question and started to answer it from MY personal perspective. After re-reading the question again I noticed that it said “the common United States-centric viewpoints”. This told me that I should not base my answer on my own personal thoughts; I should base my answer on what I believe the average American might say. When going back and asking my friend why she chose the answers she did, she said that that’s what SHE believed to be the right answers in her mind. I do not know if I went about this assignment the right way or if I just read into it too much, but this is where my friend and I came to our split in answers. She based her answers on personal principle and beliefs, whereas I based my answers on my perception of others principles and beliefs. Between the two of us, we both have several descriptors in the “both” category.
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2011 for the course ETH 125 taught by Professor Jameshenderson during the Fall '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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