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Final Exam-ETH/125
Multiple Choice (65 questions – 100 points total possible) Choose the most correct answer. Where there is a conflict, the text is the final source. Please write letter next to number.

Part A: (Weeks 1 -3 )
___D__1.A subordinate group whose members have significantly less control or power over their own lives than do the members of a dominant group are called a: a. Ethnic group
b. Racial group
c. Majority group
d. Minority group
_D___2 Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a minority group? a. It is physically and/or culturally distinctive.
b. Membership is involuntary
c. It is treated unequally by the dominant group
d. It is outnumbered by the dominant group.
___D__3A member of a subordinate minority group experiences a narrowing of life opportunities in which of the following areas? a. Education
b. Wealth
c. The pursuit of happiness
d. All of the above

_C___4Subordinate group membership may be based on _______________ group membership. a. occupational
b. educational
c. religious
d. All of the above.
__C__5With respect to minority group membership, which of the following groups experiences "double jeopardy"? a. Black men
b. Jewish men
c. Black woman
d. White men
_B___6Race continues to be important to people because:
a. It is a useful way of biologically distinguishing people from each other. b. people have historically been taught to think of it as important. c. It allows experts to distinguish between slow learners and fast learners d. It helps scientists track disease and disease resistance

__B__7Which sociological perspective would maintain that racist beliefs discourage subordinate groups from attempting to question their lowly status? a. Conflict perspective
b. Functionalist perspective
c. Labeling approach
d. institutionalist perspective
__C__8Which sociological perspective points out that stereotypes, when applied by people in power, can have very negative consequences for people or groups identified falsely? a. Conflict perspective

b. Functionalist perspective
c. Labeling approach
d. Philosophical perspective
__D__9When _______________ occurs, the dominant power generally suppresses the language and culture of the minority, which is what happened as a result of the Louisiana purchase in 1803.? a. expulsion.

b. secession
c. extermination
d. annexation.
_B___10Fusion and amalgamation refer to the process by which groups combine to form a new group through intermarriage. Recent evidence suggests: a. that Hispanics resist intermarriage more than any other group. b. that intermarriage has been moderately increasing

c. the vast majority of Whites report single ancestry
d. that intermarriage has been declining.
__D__11Census 2000 is the first census that allows respondents to indicate:? a. Whether they are Asian or American Indian.
b. Families with multiple religious backgrounds
c. Their race
d. A multiracial identity.
_A___12An ethnic group is:
a. set apart from others because of their national origin or distinctive cultural patterns.. b. set apart from others because of physical differences. c. set apart from others because of differences in their faith. d. All of the above.

_D___13In certain situations, we may respond to negative stereotypes and act on them, with the result that false definitions become accurate. This is known as a a. marginality
b. stereotype
c. amalamation
d. self fulfilling prophecy.
_D___14Dominant groups may choose to force a specific subordinate group to leave certain areas or even vacate a country. This is called a. secession.
b. segregation
c. extermination
d. expulsion.
_C___15Colonialism:
a. is the physical separation of two groups in residence, workplace, and social functions. b. is the process of...
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