5 attitudes about homosexuals

5 attitudes about homosexuals - Attitudes about Homosexuals...

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Attitudes about Homosexuals This questionnaire is designed to examine which of the following statements most closely describes your behavior during past encounters with people you thought were homosexuals. Rate each of the following self-statements as honestly as possible by choosing the frequency that best describes your behavior. A. Never B. Rarely C. Occasionally D. Frequently E. Always A,B,C,D E 1. I have spread negative talk about someone because I suspected that he or she was gay. A,B,C,D E 2. I have participated in playing jokes on someone because I suspected that he or she was gay. A,B,C,D E 3. I have changed roommates and/or rooms because I suspected my roommate was gay. A,B,C,D E 4. I have warned people who I thought were gay and who were a little too friendly with me to keep away from me. A,B,C,D E 5. I have attended anti-gay protests. A,B,C,D E 6. I have been rude to someone because I thought that he or she was gay. A,B,C,D E 7. I have changed seat locations because I suspected the person sitting next to me was gay. A,B,C,D E 8. I have had to force myself to keep from hitting someone because he or she was gay and very near me. A,B,C,D E 9. When someone I thought to be gay has walked toward me as if to start a
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2010 for the course SOC SOC 103 taught by Professor Marenco during the Summer '07 term at College of the Canyons.

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