US - Centric Views Comparison

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1 United States – Centric Views Comparison Eunice Perry ETH/125 March 22, 2011 Scott Bell United States – Centric Views Comparison
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2 I gave Appendix D to my cousin Krystina, and she filled out the chart. Our answers are similar because both of us believe that Christian Americans are not oppressive to women, that they have a political environment that is open to both sexes and governed by Biblical law. We also believe that Muslim and Arab Americans are oppressive to women, religion is part of government, governed by the Qur’an, and are socially oppressed. Our opinions and views are different, because Krystina believes that Christian Americans are good neighbors, law abiding, peaceable, that women go to work, well educated, and socially inclusive. However I believe that Christian Americans are secular content in education, have conservative political values, socially exclusionary, feminist, moderate moral values, and flexible moral values.
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