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'''Respect''' is a type of [[happiness]] in ''[[Tropico 3]]'' and ''[[Tropico 4]]''. It measures how greatly the island's citizens love their government, especially how much they revere their presidente. A citizen's respect is determined by how greatly the citizen's supported [[faction]]s respect the presidente and the citizen's own personal opinion of the presidente's actions.
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'''Respect''' is a [[happiness]] factor in ''[[Tropico 3]]'' and ''[[Tropico 4]]''. It measures how greatly the island's citizens love their government, especially how much they revere their presidente. A citizen's respect is determined by how greatly the citizen's supported [[faction]]s respect the presidente and the citizen's own personal opinion of the presidente's actions.
   
 
A citizen's personal respect can be altered in many ways, including watching [[Movie Theater|movies about the presidente's "humble life,"]] visiting the presidente's [[Childhood Museum|childhood museum]], being exposed to propaganda on [[TV Station|TV]] or [[Radio Station|radio]], being reeducated in a [[prison]] or [[Colonial Fort#Dungeon|dungeon]], and enacting various [[edicts]].
 
A citizen's personal respect can be altered in many ways, including watching [[Movie Theater|movies about the presidente's "humble life,"]] visiting the presidente's [[Childhood Museum|childhood museum]], being exposed to propaganda on [[TV Station|TV]] or [[Radio Station|radio]], being reeducated in a [[prison]] or [[Colonial Fort#Dungeon|dungeon]], and enacting various [[edicts]].

Revision as of 11:31, 15 July 2015

Respect is a happiness factor in Tropico 3 and Tropico 4. It measures how greatly the island's citizens love their government, especially how much they revere their presidente. A citizen's respect is determined by how greatly the citizen's supported factions respect the presidente and the citizen's own personal opinion of the presidente's actions.

A citizen's personal respect can be altered in many ways, including watching movies about the presidente's "humble life," visiting the presidente's childhood museum, being exposed to propaganda on TV or radio, being reeducated in a prison or dungeon, and enacting various edicts.