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Prejudice, or negative attitudes towards certain groups or towards anyone perceived to be a member of a certain group, is likely caused by all the following, EXCEPT: consistently negative experiences with certain groups or with people perceived to be a member of certain group. A "minority group" can be defined as one in which members have to overcome obstacles related to group identification. A...

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or Prejudice, negative attitudes towards certain groups or towards anyone perceived to be a member of a certain group, is likely caused by all the following, EXCEPT: consistently negative experiences with certain groups or with people perceived to be a member of certain group. A "minority group" can be defined as one in which members have to overcome obstacles related to group identification. A co-worker in their late teens was recently late to work. Using your co-worker's lateness to reinforce expectations that teenagers have a poor work ethic is an example of: selective perception Martin Luther King Jr's frustration with the "paralysis of analysis" refers to which of the following statements: There are times when additional communication is not necessary and action is required. _________ is necessary for successful conflict resolution Recognizing your obligation to make an informed choice and respecting another's right to choose What do California's Propostion 187, the English Only movement, and eugenics have in common? They each represent contemporary attitudes and actions that fuel Nativism and Xenophobia. Myths revealing current nativist attitudes about immigrants and refugees include: all of the above are myths revealing current nativist attitudes about immigrants and refugees. Following WWII, anti-Semitic beliefs and attitudes tapered throughout America. American attitudes towards Mexican Americans during WWII were reconsidered as a result of large labor shortages created by increases in military service and the internment of Japanese immigrants. According to Fong and Shinagawa, several harmful distractions created by the model minority myth include all of the following EXCEPT: The model minority distorts myth gender differences between and within minorities. The primary difference between being a refugee and an immigrant is that refugees are defined as immigrants who are: escaping from persecution in their homeland Differences in the interpretations of the words "migrant" and "settler" illustrate the power of language and labeling The corresponding impacts of immigration and religious diversity have not affected the over-all importance of religion as expressed by most Americans The quote, "There is no room in this country for hypenated Americans", by Theodore Roosevelt implied that immigrants: were expected to renounce ethnic identities in favor of an American identity. Why is social class prejudice found in the following statement regarding personal achievment, "where there's a will, there's a way"? If one can succeed through "will" alone, then lack of success implies lack of motivation. Agnostic the belief that humans cannot prove nor disprove that God exists Ethnocentrism belief that one's race/culture/nation is superior to others Indigenous people a group of people well established in an area before the arrival of a new group of people Relativism the correct behavior depends on the situation and individuals involved and no any absolute right or wrong Elitism the belief that the best people will rise to the top and those that don't lack the qualities to be Nativism fears of earlier immigrants (now natives) about new immigrants Anglos white settlers in Mexican territory Xenophobia fear of or prejudice against those of other countries/ethnicities Anti-Semitism anti-Jewish prejudice Dogmatic accepting beliefs one has been taught without questioning them

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