ETH 125-United States-Centric Views Comparison

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Running head UNITED STATES-CENTRIC VIEWS COMPARISON 1 United States-Centric Views Comparison Tara Von Gulner ETH/125 January 16, 2011 Jacqueline Jefferson Axia College of University of Phoenix
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UNITED STATES-CENTRIC VIEWS COMPARISON 2 United States-Centric Views Comparison My 16 year old daughter, Ally, and I completed the tables contained within Appendix D. I deliberately chose to have a teenager complete the tables so that I could compare my views of average American thinking to another generation’s views. I am able to identify viewpoints that may be centric to the average American and viewpoints that may be centric among different generations. Comparison and Contrasts of Table Answers It was surprising to me that so many of our table answers were the same. For instance, we both believe that the average American would think that Christian Americans would be good neighbors. We also both feel that the American public would view Christian Americans as having flexible moral values. We both felt that most Americans would perceive Muslim and Arab Americans as being oppressive to women. We both responded that governed by the Qur’an would be a descriptor used by Americans for Muslim and Arab Americans. The areas where our
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course ETHICS 125 125 taught by Professor Jefferson during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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