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One-word value statements that define our true self.
Values acceptable or unacceptable in a culture, nation or society.
Values acceptable or unacceptable within a family and which are passed on from one generation to another.
In these types of cultures, group and social cooperation is highly valued and people are more likely to lean on family and the community in their decision making.
In ________________ cultures, individual rights are highly valued and a great emphasis is placed on being unique and self-reliant in decision making.
The process of identifying something you want to accomplish and then establishing measurable objectives in order to achieve it.
hope and aspiration
Select two of the following answers:
Rationality is the quality in which one bases decisions on _____________ and ______________.
The state of being equal, especially in status, rights and opportunities.
The handling of issues and situations in a rational and considerate way.
Tick two of the following answers that best describe the term 'rights':
Refer to what we are expected to do morally, socially or legally.
Refer to something that we enjoy or gain.
They are our responsibilities and duties as members of a society towards others.
They are individual privileges or entitlements that are given and protected by law.
'Amira has the right to speak, but Sofia is not obligated to listen to her'.
In this example, Sofia has the liberty not to listen to Amira. In other words, Sofia has a(n) _______________.
A moral or legal responsibility to act in a specified manner.
Responsibilities or duties to conduct oneself in a manner defined by one's ethical principles, personal values or beliefs.
Choose three of the given answers that define the concept of 'openness' as one of the qualities of a responsible adult.
Open to new ideas and experiences
Accept and follow the values or beliefs of others.
Open to receive and give positive constructive criticism
Consider the other people’s behaviour as wrong and ours as right
Considerate of the differences of others
Common values, principles, customs or behaviours that bind a society together.
Inclusion is ......
the common values and principles of a society
an action of including or being included within a group
the feeling that all the individuals or group of people within a society or community feel important and valued
the unwillingness to include an individual or group within a society in which they reside
An individual, who represents their culture or society to those coming from another culture.
It is a sense of belonging to to a specific social group that has its own unique culture.
Selective information that is shared only with a trustworthy person or group of people.
is made available to a large group of friends and people that we only know
is confidential information
is made available to a close group of family and friends
is made available to the public at large.
Which of the following types of information fall under the scope of Personal Identifiable Information (PII)? Choose as many answers as you think that are right.
personal email or home address
date of birth
mother's family name
Information or data that describes specific characteristics of your identity.
Personal Identifiable Information
Individual Confidential Information
Personal Perceptible Information
Unique Personal Information
Rights that have been proposed, declared and protected by a specific government.