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Analyzing Democratic Values Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What is a good source free of?

Question 2 2. Who should you consider when thinking about the impact of a public policy issue?

Question 3 3. Considering how a public policy decision impacts society in the present and in the future is a feature of _____?

Question 4 4. Which of the following is an objective source for information on the United States space program?

Question 5 5. Why is it important to consider the cost of a public issue when making a decision?

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Question 6 6. The value of _____ proclaims that people should be free to think, speak, and act as they choose as long as they do not offend the freedom and rights of others.

Question 7 7. Which value maintains that the United States is one indivisible nation and that Americans are a people bound by unbreakable ties?

Question 8 8. Which value teaches us to respect and embrace the fact that all people are unique and important regardless of their race, culture, heritage, belief system, or socio-economic status?

Question 9 9. Individualism is the value that is committed to _____.

Question 10 10. In the country of Faketopia, citizens cannot vote public officials to office. Instead, the United Council of Faketopia has members that serve for life and appoint one another. The Council alone is in charge of creating, enforcing, and interpreting the laws that citizens must follow. According to this description, which of the following ideals does Faketopia lack?

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Question 11 11. You want to discuss environmental issues with your friend. What is the best way to frame the question?

Question 12 12. Which is NOT a basic value when speaking on matters of public concern?

Question 13 13. What should you do to have an effective political discourse?

Question 14 14. Which one of these stories is most likely to be in a local newspaper?

Question 15 15. Which one of these websites sounds like it is an unbiased news source?

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Question 16 16. Mark met with four physicians about having surgery on his foot. He has enough money saved to undergo surgery and is able to take off six weeks of paid leave from work. He has an additional two weeks of vacation time, and his mom will stay with him for the first two weeks to help out. Knowing this information, that he is being rational, and that he wants to be free of pain, which alternative should Mark choose?

Question 17 17. Determining the feasibility, while assessing the costs and benefits comes into play during which phase of the decision-making process?

Question 18 18. Which of the following is the final step in the decision-making process?

Question 19 19. An individual who utilizes a cognitive process to select a choice among several available options is engaging in a _____ process.

Question 20 20. If Mark is considering having an experimental surgery on his foot to alleviate the pain he has while walking, which of the following is NOT part of the relevant information that he should collect in order to make an informed decision?

Analyzing Democratic Values Chapter Exam Instructions

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