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United States- Centric Views Comparison Brittany Jones ETH/ 125 12/02/2010
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The United States views certain cultures in different ways. Sometimes they may judge different groups based on what they have seen on the news or from past events. After my partner and I completed the Centric Views Comparison, I found our tables to have some similarities and a few differences. Our tables were similar in the way that we both place some of the descriptors in the same categories. The difference was there were some things she thought Americans viewed different than I did. I also noticed that we placed a few of the descriptors in the both category. We listed that both religions are male dominated in the political area, family oriented, devout, sexist, feminist, religious values perpetuated in politics, and have women as homemakers. I did find that some of the descriptors used for the tables represent true facts about each group. One descriptor I believe is true was that they are both family oriented.
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This note was uploaded on 08/01/2011 for the course ECONOMIC 101 taught by Professor Anewhouse during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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