Assignment - United States-Centric Views Comparison

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United States-Centric Views Comparison 2 The participant I asked to help with this assignment is a female co-worker and friend. The reason for the description of the participant is because I believe gender plays a part into the different manner in which we view the average American. Although we came to the same conclusion on many of the descriptors, there were some that I believe pertain to our own views based on personal experience. Our views of the table are similar in many areas. We both agree that Christian Americans are viewed by the average American to be well educated, governed by Biblical law, and flexible moral values as well as a few others. Also agreed by both is that Muslim and Arab Americans are viewed by the average American to be oppressive to women, undereducated, governed by the Qur’an, and socially oppressed.
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