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Part 1: Better understanding your ideology
Follow the web links below and take both of the ideology quizzes. Write an essay describing the results of your quizzes. In your response please state if you agree or disagree with the results of the surveys and if there were inconsistencies in the results why you think this result occurred. Make sure you weave in some of your responses to the survey questions in your answer. Think carefully when reflecting on this one, as you have a (4) page minimum (excluding the graph, title page, etc).
Please cut and paste the results from the political compass test in your document (i.e. the grid that marks your political ideology that pops up after the quiz). This is a major writing assignment-take it seriously.
Part 2: Should they let you into the country?
How much do you actually know about American government? Can you pass a citizenship test? For the second part of your writing assignment you must follow the link below and complete the following test online. When you are finished use the print screen function (either the prt scr key on your keyboard or hold the alt key and hit prt scr) and paste the results into the essay. Please provide your personal observations as to whether this is an adequate measure of the fundamentals of U.S. politics and culture.
Ideology And Citizenship
Length: 4 pages (1153 Words)
Ideology and Citizenship
Part One – Ideology
These results show the ideologies on political, economic, religious, and social aspects of life. I disagree with the results from this test because there are several inconsistencies. The political compass does not analyse the answers given to the questions. On the part of the economic analysis, I feel that an agency such as a state is supposed to run the economy of the country. There are several benefits associated with the state operating the economy. One, monopoly will not exist. From the past experiences, the countries where corporations and individuals run the economy have suffered from monopoly. Monopolizing the markets has negative consequences to the citizens