PART 1: Social Conservatism in the Singapore Context [approx. 1 week] - I can demonstrate behavio...

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PART 1: Social Conservatism in the Singapore Context [approx. 1 week] - I can demonstrate behaviours that are respectful of others’ point of view. - I can explain how personal values may lead to conflict. - I can explain the legal aspects of substance use and abuse in Singapore, and the region. by Mind Map: PART 1: Social Conservatism in the Singapore Context [approx. 1 week] - I can demonstrate behaviours that are respectful of others’ point of view. - I can explain how personal values may lead to conflict. - I can explain the legal aspects of substance use and abuse in Singapore, and the region.

1. 1/Research: What is meant by the term Social Conservatism?

1.1. The Dragons (Steve, Einstein, The Queen of England

1.1.1. blah blah blah....

1.2. The Tiakokaos - Andrew, Scott and Brenden

1.2.1. The term social conservatism refers to a political ideology which focuses on traditional values being preserved.

1.2.2. It is viewed in different ways in many different countries.

1.3. The Bantersauruses (Gethin and Taka):

1.3.1. 1. A political Ideology that focuses on the preservation of traditional values and moralities

1.3.2. 2. Accepted goals and traditions are based on preserving traditions and morality

1.3.3. 3. Tend to be against controversial issues such as Abortion, Gay Marriage, Gun Control and Assisted Suicide

1.3.4. 4. Accepted goals of it differs according to the tradition, so there are really no policies or positions that could be considered universal among social conservatives.

1.4. The Men (Anna, Eline, Leinad, India):

1.4.1. 1. The Singapore government is not bias towards traditional viewpoints 2. Singapore has a law against LBGT marriage this supports social conservatism 3. Singapore believes in abortions as well as embryonic stem cell research. 4. Social conservatism believes the role of government should be to provide people the freedom necessary to pursue their own goals. In 5. Singapore this does not apply. Singapore has low taxes, this supports the political ideology of Social conservatism

1.4.2. Definition: Social conservatism is a political ideology that focuses on the preservation of what are seen as traditional values

1.5. The REgines: Ayushi, Kai, REgine, Daniel

1.5.1. Social Conservatism is a political ideology that want their own version of morality to be enforced.

1.6. The McHickeys: Deyan, Emiko, Malika, Rendy

1.6.1. 1. Social conservatism is a political ideology that is centered around conserving the importance of traditional customs or values in a nation

1.6.2. 2. Social conservatism might differ in terms of goals and ideologies in different nations

1.6.3. 4.

1.6.3.1. 3. Tend to have different views about controversial issues such as gay marriage, abortion, etc.

2. 2/Activity: Read the following definition of Social Conservatism: To what extent does this confirm your initial understanding of what is meant by the term Social Conservatism?

2.1. The Tiakokaos - Andrew, Scott and Brenden

2.2. The Bantersauruses (Gethin and Taka):

2.3. The Men (Anna, Eline, Leinad, India):

3. 3/Research: What are the legal consequences of substance abuse, fake ID (fraud), “outrage of modesty”, and breaching the peace (perceived lack of freedom of speech/ expression and sexuality) in Singapore?

3.1. The Tiakokaos - Andrew, Scott and Brenden

3.2. The Bantersauruses (Gethin and Taka):

3.3. The REgines (Daniel, Kai, Ayushi, REgine):

3.4. The Men (Eline, Anna, India and Leinad):

3.5. Abuse of intoxicating substances:Treatment and rehabilitation for up to 6 months, or up to 6 months of imprisonment or a fine of S$2,000 or BOTH

3.6. Selling intoxicating substances for the purpose of intoxication: The penalty can be up to 2 years of imprisonment or a fine of S$5,000 or BOTH

3.6.1. Breaching of the peace: Imprisonment for up to 2 years, or a fine or both

3.6.1.1. "any act of gross indecency with another male person, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to 2 years.": Same-sex sexual activity legal Yes for females/No for males Equal age of consent Yes for females/No for males Anti-discrimination laws in employment only No Anti-discrimination laws in the provision of goods and services No Anti-discrimination laws in all other areas (incl. indirect discrimination, hate speech) No Same-sex marriages No Recognition of same-sex couples No Step-child adoption by same-sex couples No Joint adoption by same-sex couples No Gays and lesbians allowed to serve openly in the military Yes/No Right to change legal gender Yes Access to IVF for lesbians Unclear Commercial surrogacy for gay male couples No

4. 4/To what extent is Social Conservatism entrenched in Singaporean Society? How might the parallel rise of religious conservatism and secular liberalism be responsible for bringing Social issues increasingly to the fore?

4.1. The Tiakokaos - Andrew, Scott and Brenden

4.2. The Bantersauruses (Gethin and Taka):

4.3. The Men (Anna, Eline, India and Leinad):

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