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Visual vocabulary powerpoint

  1. 1. Assignment #1<br />Visual Vocabulary<br />By : Kim Rodney<br />barrywheeler.ca<br />mafiatoday.com<br />
  2. 2. A set of values and beliefs that set individual/ group views of the world and their behaviors.<br />ex. A nation has a certain ideology. Canada has a certain set of values different from the rest of the world. <br />Ideology<br />martincountydemocrats.org<br />
  3. 3. The belief that an individual’s needs, rights, and freedoms are more important than that of the groups.<br />Ex. The U.S. is a more individualist country<br />Individualism<br />individualism.co.uk<br />
  4. 4. The belief that group needs and interests are more important that individual needs, rights, and freedoms. <br />Ex. Hitler and his Nazis… Fascism<br />Collectivism<br />sipseystreetirregulars.blogspot.com<br />
  5. 5. Liberalism<br />An ideology that commits itself to the dignity and freedom of the individual. Favors having the power spread out or decentralized. <br />For example, Obama administration<br />thedevilsdoor.wordpress.com<br />
  6. 6. A persons personal interests, the idea that individuals should work toward improving their lives for their own good. <br />Ex. If I were to spend <br />four hours every night <br />studying so I could become <br />a doctor. <br />Self Interest<br />cartoonstock.com<br />
  7. 7. When there is a struggle between two opposing “teams” there is competition taking place. It is thought of as an incentive for individuals to work harder in society.<br />For example Mac computers<br />Vs. PC computers. <br />Competition<br />mikebm.wordpress.com<br />
  8. 8. Political: The absence of government interference in an individual sovereignty <br />Ex. Liberalism would be a form of political freedom<br />Economic: The liberty to manufacture, devour/ use, or trade any goods acquired without violence or fraud.<br />Ex. The United States has a high level of economic freedom. <br />Freedom<br />freedomthirst.com<br />
  9. 9. A liberal principal that says every individual is equal before the law. <br />This principle states that if an everyday person and Paris Hilton had committed the same crime, they should be judged the exact same. <br />Ex. Ideally this is how it is in Canada and the United States. <br />Rule of Law<br />Zunia.org<br />
  10. 10. Something owned by an individual including houses, land, or other assets.<br />For example, my house would be some of my family’s private property. <br />Private Property<br />thecriticalarizonan.wordpress.com<br />
  11. 11. The whole group being held accountable for individual actions within the group.<br />For instance, if a group of cadets went on a trip to San Diego and about two kids out of forty trashed their hotel room, the hotel will hold the group of cadets responsible. <br />Collective Responsibility<br />myspace.com<br />
  12. 12. The set of interests that group members have in common. <br />For example, you could assume that people that are in a horse 4-H club are all people that are interested in horses. <br />Collective Interest<br />dilexitprior.blogspot.com<br />
  13. 13. Working together to make the workload more manageable and or faster. <br />For example, teamwork is a form of cooperation, if a team cooperates then they are much stronger. <br />Cooperation<br />cooperationcommons.org<br />
  14. 14. A common principle of collectivist society. The belief that everyone should earn equal wages for work of similar value, and that no one person is more important than the next. <br />Ie. Progressive taxation<br />Economic Equality<br />willblogforfood.typepad.com<br />
  15. 15. The behavioral expectations of a group in society. What we think as normal because mass amounts of people do. <br />Ex. We think it is normal to drive cars, listen to music, and watch television because mass amounts of people do. <br />Collective Norms<br />collective-evolution.com<br />
  16. 16. Property that is owned either by the government or by a whole group of individuals.<br />Sidewalks or subway stations are examples of public property. <br />Public Property<br />webjapanese.com<br />
  17. 17. A belief is an idea that we believe despite whether or not we have any proof to back it up. <br />Some examples of beliefs are the belief in God, Santa Clause, the Easter bunny, or Buddha. <br />Belief<br />derrenbrown.co.uk<br />
  18. 18. An ideal that is accepted by an individual or group. <br />Some people value nice clothing, some value nature, and some value education. <br />Value<br />colingeow.blogspot.com<br />
  19. 19. The distinct personality of an individual that makes a person who they are.<br />For example, people know who Lady Gaga is because of the distinct way she does her hair, or by the clothes that she wears. <br />Individual Identity<br />womenandtalent.com<br />
  20. 20. An individual’s sense of belonging in a group, to the individual this forms part of their individual identity. <br />For example if you belong to a hockey team than you probably consider yourself a hockey player. <br />Collective Identity<br />betukbetting.com<br />

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