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Question 1 For traditional Native Americans, the proper way of greeting is a gentle handshake. a firm handshake. direct eye contact and head nod. a brief hug. 0.5 points Question 2 The preferred term for Latinas/os and those of Latina/o heritage living in the United States is Hispanic. Latina/o.
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Hispanic American. It varies from individual to individual. 0.5 points Question 3 An accurate assessment of emotion or behavior is NOT possible without an assessment of DSM criteria. feminist perspective. cultural schemas. DSM prevalence rates for a disorder. 0.5 points Question 4 The Native American philosophy of child rearing would be closely related to
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"one for all, and all for one." "our home is where the heart is." "it takes a village to raise a child." "the child is the center of all beings." 0.5 points Question 5 Racial identity is essential to understanding and work with clients of African descent. an empirically based construct. an important variable in assessing a client of African descent. All of the above. 0.5 points Question 6
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Being an ethical, socially responsible counselor involves respect, responsibility, and action. respect, accountability, and follow through. challenging the institutional and structural barriers. advocacy, integrity, and action. 0.5 points Question 7 Which of the following is NOT among the Five Pillars of Islam? Donation of income to the mosque. Fasting during the month of Ramadan.
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Bowing and praying five times a day. Males as protectors of the household, females in domestic roles. 0.5 points Question 8 Important considerations in counseling Arab American clients are likely to include each of the following EXCEPT refraining from imposing Western cultural values.
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