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Question 1440 / 40 pts(TCOs 3, 4, and 6) Identify and describe the three leadership styles. Provide examples of these styles insociety.
Chapter 5Question 1540 / 40 pts(TCOs 5, 6, and 8) Identify the four patterns of majority/minority interaction. Discuss the definingcharacteristics of each pattern, and provide an example for each.
social groups, and when it is time to vote, everyone has an equal say. Assimilation iswhen the subordinate group either voluntarily or forcefully adopts the cultural traits andbeliefs of the dominant group. A good example of this is the use of R.S.V.P. on aninvitation. This comes from the French term repondez s'il vous plait which looselytranslated means please respond. Even though it is a French term, it has beenassimilated into American life. Segregation is when there is either physical or socialseparation of the groups of people. A good example of this is back in the 1950s andearlier when African Americans had their own schools and restrooms and were forced tosit in a different part of the bus than Caucasians. They were completely segregated, inpractice and with laws. Genocide is when one group of people systematically kills offanother group of people. A very popular example of genocide is when Adolf Hitler andthe German Army tried to systematically kill off all the Jewish people in Germany byforcing them to concentration camps where they were killed.Chapter 11. Students should provide a definition pluralism, assimilation, segregation,and genocide and then provide an example. For example, an example of genocidewould be the extermination of European Jews by the Nazis during World War II. Anexample of segregation would be the Amish in the United States.
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