Level: Basic Topic: Culture, Power, and Structure: Explaining Ethnic and Racial Inequality Type: Knowledge 80. (p. 276- 277) What is the likely outcome of color-blind racism? A. a continuation of existing racial and ethnic inequality B. an escalation of racial tensions C. eventually, a color-blind society D. None of the answers is correct. Croteau - Chapter 10 #80 Level: Moderate Topic: Culture, Power, and Structure: Explaining Ethnic and Racial Inequality Type: Application 81. (p. 276) On which of the following points do all theories that fall under "new racism" agree? A. Prejudice and discrimination continue in social life today. B. The civil rights era brought many changes to life in the United States, but only in legal arenas. C. The election of Barack Obama was the single-most important factor in changing many Americans' minds about the role of race and racism in their own lives. D. Racism in America is as it always was; despite some progress, the heart of the problem remains.
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