A1: CC12: Culture
We are looking at political ideology, those ideas and values that when added up can point to a certain style of government structure, such as communism, socialism, democracy, etc. This is not meant to fit your ideas and such into an acceptable western-style ideology, but to see how ideological ideas can be found in lots of systems and yours may fit something different. By getting to know your own ideas, you understand what other cultures are trying to do when they support an ideology different from the accepted one in your country..
Due: Jan 31
A2: CC12: Culture Vulture
Appreciation of a Culture often comes from travel, or having a friend or a family connection to a culture, but in this case, as people who answer to an audience, we are being promoters of a culture not our own. You will take a section of the boards in the hallway and create a masterpiece that showcases a culture of your choosing.
Due: Feb 7
A3: How Is Canada Culturally Different from the U.S.?
We are often asked, 'what is Canada's culture?' and we usually answer with a series of statements that define Canada by making statements about the U.S. Instead, what I'm asking is for ten statements that can be seen as culturally relevant to Canada's culture.
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