VOCABULARY<br />Sarah White<br />
Ideology<br />people with a common beliefs of how a group or nation should work. (economic equality) <br />Example- all pe...
Individualism<br />To look after yourself and not rely on the government.  <br />Example- American health care is individu...
Collectivism<br />The needs of a group are put above the needs of a individual. Everyone has some responsibility for one a...
Liberalism <br />To believe in having equal rights and liberty, and being able to choose how your lead.  <br />http://www....
Self-interest<br />To be independent, work for yourself. Free to fail or to succeed. <br />Example- private businesses are...
Competition<br /> To compete against one or more groups, to achieve a prize or a resource that is in limited supply. <br /...
Freedom(political/ economic) <br />To be free to have a say in the way government and economy is run<br />http://www.stude...
Rule of Law<br />Everyone must abide by the law no matter what walk of life you come from. <br />http://2.bp.blogspot.com/...
Private Property <br />The right to own something as an individual where no part goes to the government or society<br />ht...
Collective Responsibility <br />A belief that society is somewhat responsible for the actions of a individual. <br />http:...
Collective Interest<br />To satisfy the concerns of a group, to improve the groups condition. <br />http://worcsu.com/file...
Cooperation<br />done with or working with others for a common purpose or benefit<br />http://nogemag.ca/Cooperation.jpg<b...
Economic Equality <br />All people are economically equal. Government may set tax polices so that all people make about th...
Collective Norms<br />A behavior, belief or value that is considered to be normal by a group of people.  <br />http://farm...
Public Property<br />Property that belongs to no one individual. But is owned by the government for everyone's use<br />ht...
Value<br />Something that a person considers highly important in their life<br />http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_dU4iuM1jTdA/S_A...
Belief <br />Something an individual has strong faith in or believes to be true. <br />http://www.fbcweatherford.org/_data...
Individual Identity <br />What makes a person unique or makes them different from other people. A persons valves and belie...
Collective Identity<br />An identity you share with a group that has the same ideology <br />http://freeringtonesnokia.com...
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  1. 1. VOCABULARY<br />Sarah White<br />
  2. 2. Ideology<br />people with a common beliefs of how a group or nation should work. (economic equality) <br />Example- all people should be considered equals no matter what gender or race you are. <br />
  3. 3. Individualism<br />To look after yourself and not rely on the government. <br />Example- American health care is individualism because the people decide for themselves how much coverage they want with any support from the government. <br />
  4. 4. Collectivism<br />The needs of a group are put above the needs of a individual. Everyone has some responsibility for one another. <br />Example- Canadian health care because everyone pays into it for the good of others if they may need coverage. <br />
  5. 5. Liberalism <br />To believe in having equal rights and liberty, and being able to choose how your lead. <br />http://www.wasatchwatcher.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/Liberal-Party.jpg<br />Example- The liberal party of Canada <br />
  6. 6. Self-interest<br />To be independent, work for yourself. Free to fail or to succeed. <br />Example- private businesses are an example of self-interest because if the owner of a private business fails they are the only one to blame <br />
  7. 7. Competition<br /> To compete against one or more groups, to achieve a prize or a resource that is in limited supply. <br />http://www.marshall-wi.com/vertical/Sites/%7B498F1B85-D11A-471F-B2FD-985DC8706117%7D/uploads/%7B4AF487BB-0403-4B14-B977-9BD07983DB8D%7D.JPG<br />Example- playing a sporting game to see who comes out on top is a good example of competition <br />
  8. 8. Freedom(political/ economic) <br />To be free to have a say in the way government and economy is run<br />http://www.studentsfordemocracy.ca/site_files/democracy.jpg<br />Example- democracy is a example of political freedom because people are free to vote for who they want to govern them. <br />
  9. 9. Rule of Law<br />Everyone must abide by the law no matter what walk of life you come from. <br />http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_M2NXbKR3bjM/TEYVlb6MR3I/AAAAAAAAAMs/8fYHZsHfQmw/s1600/Lindsay+Lohan+mugshot.jpg<br />Example- Lindsay Lohan went to jail for committing a crime, despite her celebrity status. <br />
  10. 10. Private Property <br />The right to own something as an individual where no part goes to the government or society<br />http://www.glamro.gov.uk/check/Building%20of%20a%20Capital%202/Images%202/Mansion-House-touchup.jpg<br />Example- owning a home<br />
  11. 11. Collective Responsibility <br />A belief that society is somewhat responsible for the actions of a individual. <br />http://www.suggestsoft.com/images/fort-liberty/u-s-army-screensaver.gif<br />Example- In some ways we are responsible for the work that the army does because we as a country want them to be at war<br />
  12. 12. Collective Interest<br />To satisfy the concerns of a group, to improve the groups condition. <br />http://worcsu.com/files/student_council_web_link.jpg<br />Example- Student council works to satisfy the need of a school <br />
  13. 13. Cooperation<br />done with or working with others for a common purpose or benefit<br />http://nogemag.ca/Cooperation.jpg<br />Example- a house would never get built unless the people building it cooperated together to get the job done. <br />
  14. 14. Economic Equality <br />All people are economically equal. Government may set tax polices so that all people make about the same wedges no matter what your occupation is. <br />http://amerititlecompany.com/assets/images/quarterly-taxes02.jpg<br />Example- if you have a high paying job, you have to pay more taxes than someone with a low paying job so that the money being paid is equal. <br />
  15. 15. Collective Norms<br />A behavior, belief or value that is considered to be normal by a group of people. <br />http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2116/2249623639_9011dc71f4.jpg<br />Example- In some Asian countries women stretching their necks is a collective norm. where as here in Canada this practice would seem odd. <br />
  16. 16. Public Property<br />Property that belongs to no one individual. But is owned by the government for everyone's use<br />http://spectrum.mit.edu/wp-content/images/2007-summer/establishing-a-library.jpg<br />Example- A library is a good example of public property because everyone in the community is free to use it.<br />
  17. 17. Value<br />Something that a person considers highly important in their life<br />http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_dU4iuM1jTdA/S_AJs0kJtoI/AAAAAAAAAeo/KOq0rYRWvI0/s1600/friendship2.jpg<br />Example- To say that someone values another persons friendship<br />
  18. 18. Belief <br />Something an individual has strong faith in or believes to be true. <br />http://www.fbcweatherford.org/_data/images/worship/misc/hands-worshiping.jpg<br />http://www.ebibleteacher.com/images/sermonview/JesusBaptism.jpg<br />Example- Believing in a higher power <br />
  19. 19. Individual Identity <br />What makes a person unique or makes them different from other people. A persons valves and beliefs help shape there individual identity.<br />http://gothichairstyles.info/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/man-goth.jpg<br />Example- People show their personal identity through the clothing they wear.<br />
  20. 20. Collective Identity<br />An identity you share with a group that has the same ideology <br />http://freeringtonesnokia.com/Backstreet_Boys.jpg<br />Example- The backstreet boys share the same collective identity of being boy band<br />

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