chpt2quiz - Chapter 2: Adaptation and Conflict: Racial and...

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Chapter 2: Adaptation and Conflict: Racial and Ethnic Relations in Theoretical Perspective Quiz page 1 9/2/11 True/False T F 1. Racial and ethnic relations and stratification systems originate with intergroup contact as different groups, often with no common ancestry, come into each other’s spheres of influence. T F 2. High unemployment and intergroup hostilities are push factors that can shape both the migration and the outcome of the contact that results from migration. T F 3. Genocide is the accidental extermination of one group by another. T F 4. The central focus of order theories is on the progressive adaptation to the dominant culture and on stability in intergroup relations. T F 5. Cultural assimilation can be seen as a two-way process by which two groups change important cultural patterns in order to create one common culture. T F 6. According to the melting pot view, immigrants to the United States maintain their racial and ethnic identities as they mix together in one new American blend. T F 7. Optimistic assimilation analysts emphasize progressive inclusion, which they view will eventually provide racially subordinated groups with full citizenship in fact and principle. T F 8. The process by which some immigrant groups come to the U.S. mainly to escape pervasive poverty in home areas, yet return home periodically because of racial discrimination is called circular migration. T F 9. External colonialism involves the running of a country’s economy and politics by an outside colonial power. T F 10. Internal colonialism theorists accent the role of the cultural stereotyping and racist ideologies of dominant groups seeking to subordinate people of color. T F 11. Many racially oppressed people have historically drawn on cultural nationalism as a means of assimilating into the dominant Euro-American culture. T F 12. In a patriarchal system, men as a group dominate women as a group on the basis of perceived gender differences. T
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chpt2quiz - Chapter 2: Adaptation and Conflict: Racial and...

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