Eth125 Week 4 Quiz

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1.The largest ancestral group of European Americans is
a.French.
b.Irish.
c.German.
d.Norwegian.

2. Which of the following groups has always been considered White by the English? a. Irish.
b. Germans.
c.Swedes.
d.none of these

3. The principle of third-generation interest states that
a.the grandchildren of the original immigrants would have an increased interest in their ethnicity.
b.the grandchildren of the original immigrants would have a decreased interest in their ethnicity.
c.the children of immigrants would have more of an interest in their ethnicity than their children.
d.none of these

4.The emphasis on ethnic foods and ethnically associated political issues was called __________ by Herbert Gans.
a.symbolic ethnicity.
b.ethnic paradox.
c.ethnic identity.
d.ethnic practices.

5.The maintenance of one’s ethnic ties in a way that can assist with assimilation in larger society is referred to as
a.integrated ethnicity.
b.symbolic ethnicity.
c.ethnicity paradox.
d.integration.

6. Which two White ethnic groups found, upon immigrating to America, that their shared religion did not trump their cultural differences, to such a degree that clergy were imported from Europe? a. Germans and Irish

b. Irish and Italians
c. Jews and Italians
d. Germans and Poles

7.The concept respectable bigotry refers to
a.poor Whites’ hostility toward African Americans.
b.African American and Puerto Rican hostility toward one another.
c.prejudice against White ethnics.
d.the government’s attitudes toward racial and ethnic minorities.

8.The acceptability of Polish jokes is an example of
a.poor taste.
b.symbolic ethnicity.
c.respectable bigotry.
d.ethnic paradox.

9.A group of _____ were sent to internment camps in Montana during World War II.
a.Canadian Americans
b.Italian Americans
c.Columbian Americans
d.Japanese Americans

10. During WWII, many Italian Americans
a. fought in the U.S. military against Italy.
b. were confined in specific areas by the U.S. government.
c. were placed in an internment camp in Montana.
d. all of these

11.For the ___________ man, the priesthood was viewed as a desirable and respected occupation.
a.English American
b.Irish American
c.Mexican American
d.German American

12.The largest denomination in the United States is
a.the Southern Baptist Convention.
b.The United Methodist Church.
c.The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
d.the Roman Catholic Church.

13.Several examples of Conservative “theological camps” include:
a.United Church of Christ and Episcopalians.
b.American Lutherans and American Baptists.
c.Disciples of Christ, Methodists, and Presbyterians.
d.Missouri Synod Lutherans, Southern Baptists, and Assembly of God.

14. Civil religion describes
a.governments run by the church.
b.belief systems incorporating many religions, but no single one.
c.courts restricting religious freedom.
d.New Age faiths.

15.According to sociologist Robert Bellah, civil religion today is
a.diminishing in promoting collective identity.
b.becoming more conservative.
c.becoming more liberal.
d.not important to Americans.

16.All of the following are true of the Roman Catholic Church in the U.S. EXCEPT:
a.It has been an anti-Americanizing influence.
b.It is ethnically diverse.
c.It has been a significant assimilating force.
d.Nearly one-third of new priests ordained in 2006 were foreign-born.

17.The fundamentalist religious faiths include all of the following EXCEPT
a.Southern Baptists
b.American Baptists
c.Missouri Synod Lutherans
d.Assembly of God

18.In terms of the proportion of college graduates, the most educated religious group is
a.Episcopalian.
b.Presbyterian.
c.Jewish.
d.Muslim.

19.In terms of the...
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