Ontology of World Politics

Angela Khristin Brown


Culture division influences our lives differently in how we identify and evaluate who we are as individuals. We respond to life situations in how we interpret ourselves. How we function in society as a whole signifies invaluable differences in how we base our demeanor. Freedom of speech is a given right in American society. It is the social norm to be able to voice your opinion on diverse issues faced in our global environment. The Ontology of World Politics is a form of mediating issues of concern.



Politics, Political Opinions, World Politics

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7575/aiac.ijalel.v.3n.3p.73


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