Ch04_Testbank-1 - Chapter 4 Industrialization and DominantMinority Relations From Slavery to Segregation and the Coming of Postindustrial Society Test

Ch04_Testbank-1 - Chapter 4 Industrialization and...

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Page 1 Chapter 4 Industrialization and DominantMinority Relations: From Slavery to Segregation and the Coming of Postindustrial SocietyTest Bank and Answer Key1. The _____ Amendment to the Constitution was passed in 1870 and stated that the right to vote cannot be denied on the grounds of "race, color, or previous condition of servitude." A) 19th B) 15th C) 4th D) 2nd E) 10th 2. By 1930, 90% of employed black women were still in two occupational categories: 3. Which of the following statements is true about bureaucracies? 4. Examples in the ______________ sector include assembly line jobs that transform various materials into finished automobiles.
Page 2 5. Which of the following statements about fluid competitive systems is false? A) In fluid competitive systems the division of labor is complex, specialized, and varies greatly within groups B) Both geographic and social mobility are greater in fluid competitive systems C) Fluid competitive systems are more open and the position of the minority group is less fixed D) In fluid competitive systems the fear of competition from minority groups becomes more widespread for the dominant group E) In fluid competitive systems inter-group conflict is very rare 6. In the spring of 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in two cases involving the University of ____________ that the University's Law School could use race as one criterion in deciding admissions. 7. As societies industrialize, dominant-minority relations move from: 8. Which would you expect to find in a rigid competitive system of group relations?

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