ch11tfmultiplequiz - Quiz-Chapter 11: Chinese, Filipino,...

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Quiz-------Chapter 11: Chinese, Filipino, Korean, Vietnamese, and Asian-Indian Americans page 1 True/False T F 1. Immigration from the Asian countries of China, Korea, Vietnam, and the Philippines was greater during the first two decades of the 20th century than it has been in recent decades. T F 2. Most Chinese immigrants since 1960 have come from Hong Kong and Taiwan. T F 3. Because the Philippines was a U.S. territory, Filipino immigrants to the U.S. were not subjected to hostilities as were other Asian immigrant groups. T F 4. In 2005 Filipino Americans were the second largest Asian group in the United States. T F 5. In the early 1900s Korean immigration was restricted by a ban imposed by the Korean government. T F 6. In the early 1900s Korean picture brides came to the U.S. to marry white miners because there were so few women in the western states at that time. T F 7. The large number of Vietnamese refugees who began to enter the United States in 1975 were admitted outside the usual immigration process as political refugees. T F 8. Asian-Indian Americans are more scattered geographically than other Asian immigrant groups. T F 9. Asian Americans are often reluctant to report hate crimes because of the lack of swift and severe punishment given to the perpetrators of hate crimes by the courts. T F 10. Asian American victims of hate crimes are often arrested while the perpetrator is allowed to go free. T F 11. In recent decades Korean merchants in some black neighborhoods have been targets of black hostility. T F 12. In the early 2000s Asian Americans were over-represented in elected offices in California. T F 13. Filipino American political action organizations have fought for fair immigration laws and political empowerment for Filipino Americans. T F 14. Since the 1960s the poverty rate among Chinese Americans has been very low. T F 15. The median family income for all five Asian groups studied in this chapter is higher than that for European Americans. T F 16. In the early 2000s most Korean Americans lived in inner-city areas known as Koreatowns. T F 17. During their short history in the U.S., most Vietnamese Americans have experienced considerable upward occupational mobility compared with their occupational status in Vietnam. T F 18. Asian Americans as a group are better educated than other nonwhite minorities in the U.S. T
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