In a Committee Meeting on How to Best Serve Latinx
In a committee meeting on how to best serve Latinx students at their university,Dr.Gutierrez suggested a training she'd attended on best practices for recruiting,retaining,and graduating Latinx students.Fifteen minutes later,Dr.Patel shared he had reviewed websites of other universities who had large Latinx student populations and felt the website practices could be easily replicated.According to research,who would be viewed as more competent for deciding how to serve their Latinx students?
A) both Dr.Patel and Dr.Gutierrez because they are people of color
B) Dr.Gutierrez,because she is Latina
C) the workshop facilitators
D) Dr.Patel because he is male
Imagine you are attending a hearing held in Washington,DC.You pay close attention to the lively discussion about reproductive justice and notice the U.S.Supreme Court justices often interrupt each other during their debate.Based on documented research,who is more likely to interrupt whom?
A) Male justices are more likely to interrupt female justices.
B) Female justices are more likely to interrupt other female justices.
C) Female justices are more likely to interrupt male justices.
D) White justices are more likely to interrupt justices of color.
People of high status are more likely to show non-verbal cues of __________________ (e.g. ,texting during a meeting),and less likely to show non-verbal cues of ________________ (e.g. ,nodding).
Women tend to smile more than men.Women are also often told to smile when they seem sullen or angry.This indicates women's _______status and men's ___________status,with women feeling obligated to smile,and men feeling entitled to tell women to smile.