My Country Canada

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My Country is Canada

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My country Canada consists of ten provinces and three territories. It borders USA on the North and USA Alaska on the South East. My country is one of the largest in the world consisting of 9.98 million square kilometers. Originally, my country was inhabited by Aboriginal people. However the British and French invaded the land establishing significant administrative settlements. There have been changes in how people relate to each other in my country. Territories that are now self-governing have different social and political setting. For that reason, there are significant political and social beliefs in the country.
There are significant political and social beliefs in Canada. I believe the social value define our society. The ideology of political parties is largely conservative, liberal and social democratic. The ideology is generated from social movements, for instance, women movement in the country. There are also stereotypes fueled by the anti-globalization movement, which encourages social justice for less developed nations that encourages democratic decisions making. In my country, there also exists humanism and egalitarianism that have far-reaching political and social welfare beliefs.
In my country, there are multiple values that enhance the quality of ideologies, which ends up treating people with respect to each other. The quality specifically enhances the integrity, dignity and facilitates self-determination and self-realization through helping Canadian accepting and advocating for social justice principle. Finkel et al. (2006, p. 54) believes that the social policy reinforces the country ethics by helping people to have a sounding political system. Social conservatives value traditional gender roles with women working equally as men. The country also pursues social liberalism and reform…...

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