Counseling and Diversity Methods

Psychology

Quiz 3 :
Worldview and Identity

Quiz 3 :
Worldview and Identity

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________ is the way in which each individual sees, interprets, and gives meaning to the world. It is also based on an individual's unique life experiences.
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________ is the belief that one's worldview is the norm and universal.
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Kluckohn and Strodtbeck's value orientations framework is based on differences in worldviews among cultures. One of the five components of the framework consists of:
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Derald Wing Sue proposed that worldview can be conceptualized as psychological orientations that intersect to create four different value orientations that influence a person's attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors. In Quadrant 1 of his framework the individual:
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________ is the individual's identity influenced by unique life experiences, often referring to one's "individuality".
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Arredondo and Glauner's model of Personal Dimensions of Identity involves various dimensions that interact which allows counselors to understand clients in a:
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According to William Cross's Theory of Nigresence and Black Identity formation the stages are:
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Janet Helms formulated theories of racial identity development in which individuals achieve a sense of self that is integrated and satisfying. She developed identity models for:
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Janet Helm's model of identity development involves various statuses in which individuals undergo a transformation process of racial identity formation. These statuses are:
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_____________ is a status/stage in Janet Helm's model of White Racial Attitudes Towards People of Color in which there is a complete acceptance of both strengths and weaknesses of the dominant White society, and the individual is no longer threatened, completely at ease with being White and takes on an advocacy role to eliminate oppression.
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Give an example of how worldview is influenced by gender.
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How would a counselor assess a client's worldview?
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What questions would a counselor ask a client to obtain a better understanding of the relationship between cultural identity and worldview?
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Compare and contrast ethnic/cultural identity development for Asian Americans, Jewish,, Latinos/Hispanics, and Native Americans. What are the distinctive features of each ethnic group?
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Describe how you would work with a 15 year old, biracial Japanese and Black), male client who is having some difficulty making friends in school. What are the specific developmental issues one would need to consider? Instructional Strategies and Exercises
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