Unformatted text preview: • Do they create better lives for people? 1. Individualism 2. Achievement and success 3. Activity and work—the work ethic-Type A personalities 4. Science and technology 5. Progress and material comfort—a right or a privilege? 6. Efficiency and practicality 7. Equality—parity or opportunity 8. Morality and humanitarianism 9. Freedom and liberty (is the US a free country?)-Issue of free speech—sometimes “free” is equated with “isolated,” of “solitary” like The Marlboro Man—contradiction to the idea that people are basically social beings when the highest desire is to be apart from people 10. Racism and social superiority 11. Democracy—very hard to define—today takes a narrow definition—am I free when someone else can close my workplace and move it to India? Henslin adds three more qualities to Williams’ list 12. Education 13. Religiosity— 14. Romantic Love...
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- Fall '10