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Axia College Material Appendix D United States-Centric Views Comparison Consider this question: What are an average American’s perceptions about Muslim/Arab American and Christian American groups? Copy each descriptor from the paragraph below and paste it into the table according to how you think an average American would categorize the descriptor. Would each descriptor best apply to Christian Americans only, Muslim and Arab Americans only, or to both groups? In organizing this information, you are conveying what you think most Americans perceive about these groups, so there are no “right” answers. In fact, your table categorizations may be markedly different from what you personally believe is true. Descriptors , Table Christian Americans Both Groups Muslim and Arab Americans Good neighbors, family
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Unformatted text preview: oriented not oppressive to women , women who go to work immodest dress, well educated governed by Biblical law secular content in education, , political environment open to both sexes, , peaceable, socially inclusive, socially compliant, , feminist, , moderate moral values, flexible moral values , , law abiding conservative political values moderate political values fanatically religious, religious values perpetuated in politics, religion part of government oppressive to women, family oriented women as homemakers modest dress undereducated, governed by the Qur’an, patriarchal society, , male-dominated political environment, violent, socially exclusionary, socially oppressed, sexist, , strict moral values, religious content in education devout ETH 125...
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