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    • Ideology
      A set of ideas or beliefs that reflects how a person or group of people live their lives.
      http://www.thephilosophie.com/philosophie/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/ghandi-inembassady.jpg
      Ex. Gandhi had his own ideology that differed completely from anyone else's.
    • Individualism
      • It is the belief that the main focus should be on an individual, rather than a group.
      http://www.cooltownstudios.com/images/individualism.jpg
      Ex. Not many people agree with the political party that believes in individualism.
    • Collectivism
      The belief that the main focus should not be on the individual, but rather on a group as a whole, providing more chances to grow as a nation.
      http://www.ladpss.org/dpss/health_care/art/health_care_access_manual_logo.gif
      Ex. Collectivism gives everyone equal opportunities and protection.
    • Liberalism
      A political goal in which its main belief is changing laws in order to prevent revolution.
      http://eaves.ca/wp-content/uploads/2008/800px-Liberal_Party_of_Canada.svg.png
      Ex. The liberal party believes in liberalism and many people agree with their way of running governments.
    • Self-Interest
      Self-interest is when a person places their needs or wants above others, putting themselves first and foremost.
      http://www.allthingsworkplace.com/images/2008/08/17/whats_in_it_for_me.php
      Ex. Self-interest can be important, but can also cause problems.
    • Competition
      The freedom people have to disagree with another individual or group. This opposition can be healthy for people in a way that gives them the chance to come up with their own ideas and beliefs as well as justify them.
      http://www.lifesip.com/images/competition-7.gif
      Ex. There is some tough competition in this years election.
    • Freedom(Political/Economic)
      Political and Economic Freedom gives people the liberty to voice their own opinions to a certain extent, letting them have a say on such things as who runs their country.
      http://www.mdwomensheritagecenter.org/Websites/mdwomensheritagecenter/Images/vote.jpg
      Ex. Everyone has the political freedom to vote for who they believe should run their country.
    • Rule of Law
      The rule that every citizen has the right and the responsibility to obey all laws provided by their government, despite their “level” in society.
      http://zunia.org/uploads/pics/rule_of_law28.jpg
      Ex. Everybody has to follow the rule of law.
    • Private Property
      An area or object that is completely owned by an individual or group. This area/object can be used in any way they wish (that abides by the country’s laws/by-laws) and can be used to generate an income of money or just a place to live or something to use.
      http://www.gemplers.com/images/items/130833-lrg.jpg
      Ex. This private property is owned by the Smith’s.
    • Collective Responsibility
      When people have understood the rules and expectations of the group that they belong to, they all have responsibility to keep that group running smoothly and effectively.
      http://www.lloydfraser.com/about_us/images/corporate_responsibility.jpg
      Ex. We have a collective responsibility as a nation to each play our parts in keeping our nation well kept.
    • Collective Interest
      Collective interest is when a group of people do things to serve that group as a whole, taking in consideration every individuals ideas, wants, and needs.
      http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_qab8k4AZP9Y/S9NjdfcaQjI/AAAAAAAABpA/s8l50LT8e-0/s1600/spartacus1.jpg
      Ex. Many people believe in collective interest, because everyone is taken care of.
    • Cooperation
      The ability for individuals or groups to collaborate with others, usually in order to make things better for everyone involved.
      http://www.cooperationcommons.org/wp-content/uploads/2007/03/cooperation.jpg
      Ex. Everybody’s cooperation is necessary to run a big event.
    • Economic Equality
      The belief that all people should have the equal opportunity to meet their own individual needs and wants.
      http://www.gadha.org/images/20090317083424_rich_poor_man.jpg
      Ex. Economic equality disagrees with some people being very wealthy, and others being very poor.
    • Collective Norms
      Collective norms is the typical behavior everyone expects from one another.
      http://www.yorku.ca/yfile/photos/20070504/Citizens.jpg
      Ex. Everyone is expected to act somewhat to everybody else’s ideas of collective norms.
    • Public Property
      An area or object that is provided to the public for their enjoyment. Public property can not be used by any individual to do with as they please, there is a limit and a set of rules for how much and what the public can use that property for. It is not normally owned by a single individual.
      http://www.empowerdc.org/files/images/ppc_0.jpg
      Ex. The park downtown is public property.
    • Belief
      The confidence people put in things that may be uncertain or not proven. Everyone has a different set of beliefs and trusts in different things.
      Ex. My belief for Santa Clause was only proven to me when presents were put under the tree when I was asleep.
    • Value
      The way a person rates the significance that something has to them. Can also be an economic value, involving money and the importance something has to a company, country, etc.
      http://i869.photobucket.com/albums/ab259/DailyTape/Turn%20Key%20Oil/well380.jpg
      Ex. Alberta values oil very much as it is a main income of money for our province.
    • Individual Identity
      The personal reference someone creates for themselves to explain who they are. It can involve the group you belong to, the things you believe in, or simply what you do to pass the time. No ones individual identity is the same as another's.
      http://thomasbabigian.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/personal-brand.jpg
      Ex. A persons personal identity portrays who they are.
    • Collective Identity
      Collective Identity is the identity a group portrays of themselves as a whole. With all individuals in the group interpreting the same image.
      http://i869.photobucket.com/albums/ab259/DailyTape/Turn%20Key%20Oil/well380.jpg
      Ex. As a country we have a collective identity.