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east, turkey, sub-saharan africa, central asia, south asia, east asia, southeast asia, japan, australia/new zealand 1.3 Left vs Right in News- we rely on information from other sources like textbooks, blogs, facebook, etc. These things all have some sort of bias because everyone has an opinion. Liberal left vs conservative right, obviously stuff in between and most are somewhere in the center. Conservative right- want to keep the same, keep traditions and preserve the “old ways”. Looks back to the “good old days”, maintain traditions. Looks to old texts (bible, constitution) to maintain point. Change = bad. Stability, pro big business, pro law, pro big government, pro religion, pro military, pro police. Overly religious people, “religious nuts”. Gay marriage bad gay rights bad Liberal left- free ourselves from static perspectives to change the old ways, free political power for more people. “Good old days” weren’t actually good and we should incorporate new things because society is changing. Incorporate psychology, technology, etc to create new solutions. Embraces change. Puts the individual in society above all else, pro choice, pro equality, equal rights, individualist, pro labor, anti big business/government kinda. Minorities, actors, environmentalists, hippies, college students. Gay rights good Centralists - sees both the far left and far right as poor solutions. Most people are closer to the middle. Examples: women as priests are bad for right, fine with the left. Big taxes are bad, government should not be involved with business. (right) Opposite for the left.
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  • Fall '08
  • JDBOYER
  • Right-wing politics, Left-wing politics, Political spectrum, INTRO #1

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