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Quiz Question 1 (1 point) ListenReadSpeaker webReader: Listen Focus Homophobia, anti-Semitism, Islam-phobia or other forms of xenophobia (fear of strangers/foreigners) is based on: Question 1 options: 1) solid objective facts that cannot be disproven derived from extensive research of selected groups to determine level of danger. 2) analyses by human sexuality experts, namely politicians and clergy. 3) stereotyping, fear and untested/challenging beliefs. 4) extensive experience, like personally "knowing" at least two members of the target groups. Question 2 (1 point) Saved ListenReadSpeaker webReader: Listen The process of creating, preserving and communicating a system of dominance is known as Question 2 options: 1) minoritized 2) supremacy 3) patriarchy 4) racialized Question 3 (1 point) Saved ListenReadSpeaker webReader: Listen According to the text, citizenship is Question 3 options:
1) a set of rights and freedoms, such as freedom of thought or the right to vote 2) the right to do whatever one wants, without worrying about the consequences 3) the right not to pay taxes and make tons of money 4) the right to be given preference in matters of law as opposed to the rights of legal immigrants Question 4 (1 point) Saved ListenReadSpeaker webReader: Listen Media regulation, Question 4 options: 1) Is designed to limit our exposure to pornography and violence 2) Is designed to allow the government to control a variety of content that we are exposed to for a variety of reasons 3) Is designed to maximize Canadian content 4) Is designed to limit the amount of American programming, ideas and culture that we are exposed to. Question 5 (1 point) Saved ListenReadSpeaker webReader: Listen Neoliberalism is an ideology which Question 5 options: 1) is dissimilar policies like neoconservatism. 2) is premised on the right of the individual to compete in the capitalist marketplace to acquire consumer goods and wealth. 3) uses divisive politics such as racism, sexism, and immigration, Islamophobia and homophobia
4) subscribes to policies that support the politics of dominance of the capitalist policy makers. Question 6 (1 point) Saved ListenReadSpeaker webReader: Listen Representation in the media is significant and powerful because: Question 6 options: 1) It helps media owners balance perspectives 2) It maintains dominant ideologies, and can reinforce racist, sexist, colonizer ideologies. 3) Allows us to access different mediums 4) The media needs to earn a profit. Question 7 (1 point) Saved ListenReadSpeaker webReader: Listen The process of building consent through schools, religious institutions and mass media is called: Question 7 options: 1) privilege 2) hegemony 3) bias 4) social action Question 8 (1 point) Saved ListenReadSpeaker webReader: Listen What is one of the key concepts of Critical Media Literacy?
Question 8 options: 1) Critical media literacy gives us the tools to move from being passive receivers to active thinkers.

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