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Race and Ethnic Relations

Quiz 8 :
Race and Ethnic Relations

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A social system of co-existing ethnic groups is called a/an ________ society.
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pluralistic

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In referring to Canada as a vertical mosaic, Porter called attention to the fact that ________ is a major source of inequality.
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ethnicity

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Ethnicity is a/an ________ status.
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ascribed

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The degree to which an ethnic population develops a self-sufficient range of ethnic institutions paralleling those of the larger society is known as ________.
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A/an ________ group is a highly variable and complex social entity that has assumed various forms in different societies and historical eras.
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Racism is a/an ________ that regards racial or ethnic categories as natural genetic groupings, and that attributes behavioural and psychological differences to the genetic nature of these groupings.
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A/an ________ group is a social category that occupies a subordinate rank in a social hierarchy.
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The 2006 Census found the about of the visible minority population was born in Canada.
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The prevalence of across ethnic and racial boundaries is increasing, and over 41 percent of Canadians today report multiple ethnic ancestries.
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________ or institutionalized discrimination consists of institutional practices that perpetuate majority-group privilege and create disadvantage for minorities simply by conducting "business as usual".
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The term "race" refers to arbitrary categories that reflect a social process of labeling and classification that has been called ________.
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Intergroup relationships in Canada in this century have been shaped by the historical process of ________.
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Since Confederation, the affairs of status Indians have been managed by various branches and departments of the ________.
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The only officially bilingual province in Canada is ________.
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In the 1990s, immigrants from ________ contributed 58 percent of total immigration to Canada.
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Assimilationism is the view that ethnic diversity gradually and inevitably ________.
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Many ________ theorists are more concerned with understanding what lies behind dominant assumptions and social conventions than with developing theories to explain and predict behaviour, solving social problems or prompting social change.
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Canada has a larger percentage of immigrants in its population than any other country except for ________.
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In referring to Canadian society as a ________, Porter called attention to the fact that ethnicity is a major source of inequality in Canada.
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A sequential movement of persons from a common place of origin to a common destination, with the assistance of relative or compatriots already settled in the new location, is known as:
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