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imperative to analyse the root causes of social problems bycritically examining the historical, social economic and political conditions that led to theproblem.11.In order to engage in social analysis, you have to start with the self, what are the values andideologies that shape your world? Failure to do so will blind you to perceptual filters that createnegative bias even in the face of information/facts that contradict your perspective on socialissues. 12.Ideologies can be seen in the media in and through 13.Critical thinking involves all items below, except: trust what you hear or read from others14.Considering “who benefits” and “who loses” can be part of a social analysis15.???16.Trading with third world countries have become so common that policiesin the first world
17.Immigrants are inferior, lazy, unintelligent, and rob Canadian jobs; which of the following bestdescribes this statement?
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