United States- centric Views

United States- - Running head UNITED STATES CENTRIC VIEWS COMPARISON United States Centric views Comparison Katie McIntyre 1 UNITED STATES CENTRIC

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Running head: UNITED STATES- CENTRIC VIEWS COMPARISON 1 United States- Centric views Comparison Katie McIntyre 6-5-11
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UNITED STATES- CENTRIC VIEWS COMPARISON 2 United States- Centric views Comparison I had my husband complete the table, and I wasn’t too shocked on his results. We had most the same responses in the table. The only difference we really had was about polictics, and modesty. Yes, we both have descriptors in the Both Groups Category. We both believe both groups are family oriented, well educated, devout, violent, peaceable, and strict moral values. Two descriptors I believe represent true facts about each group are: Christian Americans offer political spots to women. They are not opposed to women working, or being in the political spotlight. Muslim and Arab Americans are oppressive to women. From what I have seen, women do not have a fair advantage in their countries. They are treated as slaves, and are told what to do, what to wear, they cannot work outside them home, and etc. Two descriptors I believe represent false facts about each group are:
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course ETH 125 taught by Professor Jameshenderson during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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United States- - Running head UNITED STATES CENTRIC VIEWS COMPARISON United States Centric views Comparison Katie McIntyre 1 UNITED STATES CENTRIC

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