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    • Visualvocabulary
      By: Kristen terSteege
    • http://canasiantimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/Adolf-Hitler_0.jpg
      IDEOLOGY
      DEFINTION: BELIEFS AND IDEAS BELONGING TO AN INDIVIDUAL
      OR A GROUP OF PEOPLE.
      EXAMPLE: HITLER HAD THE IDEOLOGYTHAT THE JEWS WERE CORRUPTING THE WORLD, THEREFORE HE WANTED TO GETRID OF THE JEWISH RACE.
    • Example:
      Definition:
      A social belief that stands forfreedom and rights of an individualrather than the freedom and rights
      of a group.
      If a person believes in individualismthey would believe that everyonefends for themselves and the lesshelp from the government the better.So having a poor area on one side of townand a wealthy area on the other side would be okay.
      Individualism
      Both Pictures from different areas In British Columbia
      http://images.travelpod.com/users/koolkev88/9.1259676560.1_vancouver.jpg
      http://www.fabbrunette.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/8f494e78ad92b9c122ad3bfb1b03f215.jpg
    • COLLECTIVISM
      definition:
      example:
      The idea that every person in asociety belongs to a certain group and the group helps each other in times of need.
      Health Care in Canada is an example of collectivism becauseeveryone pays into it and everyoneis taken care of because of that.
      http://cchma.ca/images/cchma01.jpg
    • liberalism
      definition:
      http://www.libertystickers.com/static/images/productimage-picture-guns-keeping-america-407.gif
      Is the belief in the importanceof equalityand freedom of choice.
      example:
      Citizens of the United States of American believe it is their right to own guns because it is a freedom of choice.
      http://www.henleynews.co.uk/images2007/gun%20culture.jpg
    • I
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      Definition:
      An individuals personalinterest or advantage, usuallypursued without thinking ofthe consequences or others.
      Example:
      Recently in the news there was a
      Pastor from the United States that was planning on burning the Quran(the religious text from the Islam belief) on September 11th. Other Americans were worried about theconsequence but the Pastor was only worried about his personal interest.
      http://islamichappiness.com/quran/quran.html
    • Example:
      When two animals are fighting against
      each other the prize would be a mate ormaybe territory.
      http://reason.com/blog/2010/02/24/promoting-competition-through
      Definition:
      A contest between an individualor group for a profit or prize.
      COMPETITION
    • example:
      Freedom of speech is saying anythingyou want with the government using cruelty or force. One way of freedom is emphasizes free markets and private property. The other side iswelfare.
      freedom
      definition:
      http://democraticbelarus.eu/archive/2010/9/6
      Economic Freedom:
      The ability to produce, trade and consume any good without any
      stealing, physical force or fraud.
      Political Freedom:
      The state of being free from government cruelty or force.
      http://www.american.com/archive/2008/july-07-08/the-path-to-prosperity/
    • Rule of Law
      D e f i n i t i o n
      The idea that no one is above the law and everyone must answer to it.All rules are clear, understood and enforced. Everyone should be treated
      equally under the law.
      E x a m p l e:
      Everyone has to follow the laws setby a country even the leaders. Everyoneis seen equal under the rule of law. The Supreme Court of The United States is
      Something that enforces the law upona country, its leaders and citizens.
      http://www.isoc-ny.org/?tag=att
    • PRIVATE PROPERTY
      DEFINITION:
      Property/land that is owned by a particularperson. The land doesn’t have public access.
      http://www.cereslogic.com/pages/tag/java/
      EXAMPLE:
      Some owners of landhave signs on there property that alerts the public that they are not allowed on the land.
      http://www.hooksigns.com/catalog/item/5393555/5354942.htm
    • Definition:
      When you hold the whole group responsiblefor one person’s wrong doing.
      Example:
      On September 11, 2001 member of
      a political group known as Al- Quedahijacked a plane and crashed itinto the Twin Towers. Sincethe attack peoplelook at the Islamreligion and people negativelydue to one person’s
      wrong doing.
      http://qwickstep.com/search/the-twin-towers-attack.html
      COLLECTIVE RESPONSIBILITY
    • COLLECTIVE INTEREST
      definition:
      example:
      A set of common interests thata group of people have in common.
      Everyone in Canada pays taxes to Employer’s Health Tax so
      if a worker gets hurt on the job they still gets a sum of money
      periodically even if they don’t work.
      http://www.ihlaw.com/areas/workers-comp/
    • cooperation
      http://www.photoxels.com/congrats-team-canada-ice-hockey/
      definition:
      To work or act together to reach a common
      goal. Must incorporate two or more people. The job gets done faster with more people working onit.
      example:
      When a sports team cooperates together they
      are more likely to reach their common goal which is winning the game.
    • http://www.mlive.com/news/grand-rapids/index.ssf/2009/10/tonight_hope_network_honors_no.html
      definition:
      Governments try and make everythingequal where people in society are ofequal standing and have equal access to economicpower and wealth.
      Economic Equality
      example:
      Everyone gets paid the minimumwage when they work for a company
      that is recognized by the government.
    • definition:
      An act or behavior that is considered to benormal or expected of a certain group of people.
      Collective Norms
      example:
      When going out to a restaurant an individual is expected to behave in a respectful manner and use properetiquette.
      http://www.google.ca/imgres?imgurl=http://images.sodahead.com/polls/000913199/messyEater_xlarge.jpeg&imgrefurl=http://www.sodahead.com/living/are-you-a-messy-eater/question-913199/&usg=__r2v4WcPAyy4V69IQqEfhqChVUzg=&h=240&w=320&sz=21&hl=en&start=0&zoom=1&tbnid=Jh-RIy6vfDzkrM:&tbnh=130&tbnw=159&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dsloppy%2Beater%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Dactive%26biw%3D1259%26bih%3D562%26tbs%3Disch:1&um=1&itbs=1&iact=rc&dur=63&ei=a4iSTJzkJYy-sAPTpIXACg&oei=a4iSTJzkJYy-sAPTpIXACg&esq=1&page=1&ndsp=21&ved=1t:429,r:14,s:0&tx=102&ty=115
    • Public Property
      definition:
      Public property is anything that isn’t owned by a certain individual. Normally owned my a government. Public access is allowed.
      example:
      A town that has a park or nature area that haspublic access. The land that the park or naturearea sits on is owned by the town or municipalgovernment.
      http://www.cookstown.gov.uk/resident/sportandleisure/cost/gallery/
    • deFINitION:
      http://www.freefoto.com/preview/05-08-10?ffid=05-08-10
      When your mind accepts something to betrue. Sometimes its may lack proof but yourmind still accepts the fact as correct.
      ExaMPLe:
      Religion is someone’s belief. Even though religionscan be proven to be true the followers still believethat they are true.
      BELIEF
    • VALUE
      http://thecalgaryrealestateblog.com/tag/chamberlain-group/
      Definition:
      How much is something is worth to an individual.Can be measured in money.
      example:
      How much your house is worth to youis a value. It may be worth more to youthan others because it is an individualschoice.
    • definition:
      The personality of an individual. The way a person behaves can have a large influenceon their individual identity.
      individual identity
      example:
      If an individual has a lot of friends their
      Individual identity would be that they are popular.
      http://perdaens.be/blog/index.php?/archives/13-Visiting-Friends-Berns.html
    • Definition:
      An individuals sense of belongingto the group. This is from
      the perspective of the individual.
      Collective Identity
      example:
      The members of a certain church groupall have a collective identity.
      http://gallery.ahrar.org.lb/ahrargallery.php?g2_itemId=5862