Question 9 americans possess a complex blend of the

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Question 9: Americans possess a complex blend of the larger "American" culture (sometimes referred to as "mainstream" culture) and the culture of one or more ethnic groups. Type: True or False Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): True Correct Answer(s) (in green): TRUE FALSE Question 10: One of the problems with classification by race is that many individuals can be classified into more than one race. Type: True or False Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): True Correct Answer(s) (in green): TRUE FALSE Question 11: The only individuals who have precisely the same ancestors are: Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): Brother and sister Correct Answer(s) (in green): Brother and sister Mother and daughter Father and son Mother and son or daughter Question 12: The process by which immigrants are integrated into the social networks - such as work and residence - of the mainstream society is called Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): Assimilation Correct Answer(s) (in green): Assimilation Acculturation Adaptation Integration
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5 Question 13: It has been easier to measure the growth or decline of racial groups since 1990 because Census 2000 used both different and more racial categories. Type: True or False Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): False Correct Answer(s) (in green): TRUE FALSE Question 14: As stated in this chapter, the law essentially limited immigration of specific groups and denied entry to aliens ineligible for citizenship - those who were not "free whites," was: Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): the Immigration Law of 1924 Correct Answer(s) (in green): the Immigration Law of 1924 the Chinese Exclusion Act the National Origins Act of 1924 the Immigration Act of 1965 Question 15: A political position promoting established inhabitants and opposing newcomers best describes the term: Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): Nativism Correct Answer(s) (in green): Liberalism Conservatism Nativism Protectionist Question 1: The music of the common people that is composed by unknown musicians, performed by amateurs and passed down in an oral tradition to successive generations of musicians who have no formal music training is generally categorized as: Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): Folk Music Correct Answer(s) (in green): Art Music Folk Music Popular Music People's Music Question 2: In music, the number of vibrations per second that creates a tone is called: Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): Pitch Correct Answer(s) (in green): Dynamic Level Pitch Octave Rhythm Question 3: Groups of beats organized into predictable patterns of strong and weak beats is called: Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): Meter Correct Answer(s) (in green): Rhythm Meter Syncopation Pulse
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6 Question 4: The arrangement of long and short sounds is best described by the term: Type: Multiple Choice Points Awarded: 1/1 Your Answer(s): Rhythm Correct Answer(s) (in green): Rhythm Meter Syncopation Pulse Question 5: A series of tones in a specific pattern of interval
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