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Week five - United States-Centric Views Comparison 1 United States-Centric Views Comparison ETH/125 Ryan O'Kelly United States-Centric Views

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United States-Centric Views Comparison 1 United States-Centric Views Comparison ETH/125 February 21, 2011 Ryan O'Kelly
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United States-Centric Views Comparison 2 United States-Centric Views Comparison When comparing and contrasting my table with my fiance's I realized that I was really harsh on the Muslim and Arab Americans category. I was quick to put the negative descriptors such as violent, undereducated, and feminist into the Muslim and Arab Americans category without thinking twice. All the positive categories fell into the Christian American category for my table, my fiance had a handful of positive descriptors in this category. Looking at both tables we both had different ideas on each category, I was more negative towards the Muslim and Arab Americans category and he was in the middle with most of his descriptors being in the Both Groups. Both Groups category had plenty descriptors from each of us. Joshua and I both described the two groups as good neighbors, family oriented, women as homemakers and many more. I think no matter what culture discussed people usually tend to be good neighbors and family
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2011 for the course ETH125 125 taught by Professor Hall during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week five - United States-Centric Views Comparison 1 United States-Centric Views Comparison ETH/125 Ryan O'Kelly United States-Centric Views

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