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Mary is aa.nonprejudiced nondiscriminator.b.nonprejudiced discriminator.c.prejudiced nondiscriminator.d.prejudiced discriminator. ANS: B SEC : ConsequencesTYP: application374All information provided for reference onlyaJoin us on Facebook.com/thetopgrades
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90.Within a one month period after 9-11, there were 326 different media reports of hate-based incidents against people who appeared to be of Arab or Middle Eastern descent. These crimes were most likely committed bya.nonprejudiced nondiscriminators.b.nonprejudiced discriminators.c.prejudiced nondiscriminators.d.prejudiced discriminators. ANS: D SEC : ConsequencesTYP: application91.Jerome admits that “whenever someone would break out the inevitable ‘black joke,’ I would be angered, but I didn’t want to jeopardize my own social standing by speaking up.” Jerome’s behavior and conflicting attitude represents that of a(n)a.nonprejudiced nondiscriminator.b.nonprejudiced discriminator.c.prejudiced nondiscriminator.d.prejudiced discriminator.ANS: B SEC : ConsequencesTYP: application92.__________ is unequal treatment (intentional or unintentional) on the basis of ascribedattributes, such as race and gender.a.Discriminationb.Prejudicec.Racismd.StereotypingANS: A SEC : ConsequencesTYP: comprehension93.__________ is the established and customary way of doing things in society that keeps minority members in a disadvantaged position.a.Systematic discriminationb.Corporate discriminationc.Normative discriminationd.Institutionalized discriminationANS: D SEC : ConsequencesTYP: comprehensionSOURCE: study guide375All information provided for reference onlyaJoin us on Facebook.com/thetopgrades
94.The U.S. Department of Justice has identified at least 33 real estate companies in nine states whose agents steer African Americans away from predominantly white areas and into predominantly minority areas. In sociological terms, this practice is an example of31.individual discrimination.32.a racist ideology.33.institutionalized discrimination.34. prejudice.ANS: C SEC : ConsequencesTYP: application376All information provided for reference onlyaJoin us on Facebook.com/thetopgrades
95.The First National Bank in New Mexico unfairly denied loans to Hispanic applicants by applying more stringent standards to the Hispanic applicants than to similarly situated Anglo applicants. This practice represents a case ofa.individual discrimination.b.racist ideology.c.institutional discrimination.d.prejudice.ANS: C SEC : ConsequencesTYP: application96.Federal sentences issued for crack cocaine offenses are three to six times longer than those for offenses involving equal amounts of powder cocaine. Approximately 85 percent of defendants convicted of crack offenses in federal court are black, whereas 78percent of defendants in powder cocaine cases are white; thus, the severe sentences are imposed “primarily upon black offenders”. This is an example ofa.individual discrimination.

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