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Cultural Diversity

Anthropology

Quiz 4 :

Understanding Racism, Prejudice, and White Privilege

Quiz 4 :

Understanding Racism, Prejudice, and White Privilege

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Discuss the unique implications of microaggression and implicit bias for providers working with People of Color.
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Which of the following is the most widely held theory of prejudice?
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Several reasons why it is difficult for individuals to take personal responsibility for institutional racism are listed in the text. Select one of the case studies and discuss the ways in which these and other dynamics of individual action within institution are manifested.
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Which of the following is not a common reaction to White Privilege among Whites?
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Which of the following is not a characteristic of a cultural ally:
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Which of the following three factors are most relevant in individual participation of institutional racism?
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Microaggressions are defined as
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White racial identity is described by Helms as a process through which
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Describe the difference between racism and prejudice and the role of power in the respective definition of each.
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Which of the following is not an element of racism as defined by Wijeyesinghe, Griffin, and Love?
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Describe the difference between achieved and unachieved White racial attitude types.
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The tendency to separate oneself from those who are different results in
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In the Zealot-defensive stage of Identity Development in the Classroom, Ponterotto describes which of the following behaviors?
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What are the primary ways of determining institutional racism and what are the strengths and pitfalls of each in working toward institutional cultural competency?
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Cultural racism is seen when
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Due to the emotional nature of the topic of race, which of the following reactions toward those who have experienced racism is likely to occur in adulthood?
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Which of the following would not represent consequences of institutional racism?
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Which of the following is the most significant implications of stereotyping?
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In Helm's Model of White Racial Identity, the autonomy status stage differs from previous stages in which of the following ways?
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Which of the following White Racial Attitude types are considered unachieved by Rowe, Behrens, and Leach?
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