Visual Vocabulary Assignment
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  • 1. Visual Vocabulary
    Stephanie White
    Social Studies 30-1
  • 2. Ideology
    A collection of ideas, beliefs and values of an individual, group, etc.
    ★ some people value the belief that Gay marriage is okay while others believe it is a sin.
  • 3. Individualism
    The beliefs, values and ideas of an individual
    ★ in today`s society, more and more teens are beginning to follow their own beliefs instead of the beliefs of their parents.
  • 4. Collectivism
    The beliefs, values and ideas that revolve around a group rather than an individual
    ★ in 2001, people cared for and helped the families of those who perished in the 9/11 disaster.
  • 5. Liberalism
    A group of people that believe in rules being agreed upon to change for the benefit of society`s social progress rather than rules changing because of revolution
    ★ a constitution is an example of the Liberalism
  • 6. Self Interest
    Having personal interests that disregard everyone else's
    ★ Although my parents prefer I save my money, I decide to spend it the second I am able to.
  • 7. Competition
    Rivalry between two or more people over a specific object, product, service etc.
    ★ oil industries are constantly fighting to become the best company in North America
  • 8. Freedom ( political/economic)
    Having the freedom to have opinions on political matters and the freedom to prosper in the economy by self wants, needs, goals, etc..
    ★ an entrepreneur is an example of economic freedom.
  • 9. Rule of Law
    A legal, authoritative principle that is to be followed by everyone it is applied to
    ★ In 1987, the charter of rights and freedoms was signed which was to be followed by all Canadians
  • 10. Private Property
    Land, belongings etc, owned by an individual that is for their own use.
    ★ when a teacher wants to look through a student`s locker, they need to ask the student their permission because a locker is a student`s property.
  • 11. Collective Responsibility
    Decisions that are made by the whole group instead of an individual
    ★ in a courtroom, a verdict cannot be reached until everyone that is placed on the jury agrees.
  • 12. Collective Interest
    The interests of a group as a whole instead of the interests revolving around an individual.
    ★ among history, all major wars depended on cooperation between fellow soldiers in order for victory
    The male bacon in it`s nest, looking pensive
  • 13. Cooperation
    Activities shared between people for benefits regarding everyone involved.
    ★ Every four years, countries around the world put aside their differences and come together for the Winter Olympics
  • 14. Economic Equality
    There`s no major line between `rich` and `poor`
    ★ income taxes are an example; The more you make the more you pay
  • 15. Collective Norms
    The ground rules for the beliefs and values of a group, while disregarding individualism.
    ★ the ten commandments is an example of collective norms
  • 16. Public Property
    Accessible objects, services etc for the enjoyment and use of all who wish to use it.
    ★ Public transit is a perfect example for public property
  • 17. Belief
    Having confidence in a certain opinion, value, or conviction
    ★ although women`s rights have evolved, many men still believe women should carry out their original roles and `stay in the kitchen`
  • 18. Value
    A belief that is more important and highly regarded than other beliefs you may have
    ★ some people value honestly more than any other quality they look for in a person
  • 19. Individual Identity
    Having knowledge of your values and beliefs as an individual
    ★ When you are aware of your individual identity, you know and respect your own beliefs as a person
  • 20. Collective Identity
    Having knowledge of your beliefs and values within a group
    ★ Nazi soldiers knew their place and they were aware of what they believed in and what had to be done to others because of their beliefs