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Unformatted text preview: X Students Name: Jasmyne Carson Wk2 Chpt Prejudice & Discrimination Quiz Directions: Mark the best answer(s) with an X in the column marked with an X. Feel free to use your text and other credible sources. 1. An unreliable, exaggerated GENERALIZATIONS about all members of a group that do not take individual differences into account. The ASSUMED CHARACTERISTICS of the group of people can be positive or negative. "Asian Americans are successful" is an example of this. A. Prejudice B. Discrimination C. Ethnocentrism D. Hate Crimes E. Stereotypes 2. A criminal offense committed because of the offender's bias against a race, religion, ethnic group, or sexual orientation. A. Prejudice B. Discrimination C. Ethnocentrism D. Hate Crimes E. Stereotypes 3. Watch the Video and answer the question. Video: Frank McCourt14: On escaping the signs of poverty. (2009). Youtube. Retrieved on February 12, 2010, from http://www.youtube.com/v/rMdJBqGvW1I&hl=en_US&fs=1& [full screen] or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMdJBqGvW1I [youtube] Question: A NEGATIVE ATTITUDE that rejects an entire group. This involves a moral judgment or having a PREFERENCE for one kind of person over another. The lack of PREFERENCE for Irish immigrants (as described in the video) is an example of this. A. Prejudice B. Discrimination C. Ethnocentrism D. Hate Crimes E. Stereotypes 4. The assumption that one's culture and way of life are SUPERIOR to all others. A. Prejudice B. Discrimination C. Ethnocentrism D. Hate Crimes E. Stereotypes 5. A BEHAVIOR that deprives a group of certain rights or opportunities. The "No Irish need Apply" hiring PRACTICE (see ad below) is an example of this.Apply" hiring PRACTICE (see ad below) is an example of this....
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