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Question 32 options:related to the extensive travel pattern of global citizensfrom a global perspectiveof world travellersexamines the extent to which we are interconnectedQuestion 33 (1 point)SavedListenReadSpeaker webReader: ListenStereotypes provide the wrong perspective on segments of our society because theyQuestion 33 options:perpetuate beliefs that are not based on assumptions.unite minoritized groups to ensure they are treated fairly.ensure justice for the disadvantaged in society portraying them in a positive light.
perpetuate assumptions that adequately portray the realities of segments of society.Question 34 (1 point)SavedListenReadSpeaker webReader: ListenIn North America, advertising campaigns featuring women started to change in__________ as a response to ____________.Question 34 options:1) 1940, WWII2) 1930’s and radio campaigns3) 1960’s and the women’s movement4) 1950’s and the increase in tuper ware partiesQuestion 35 (1 point)SavedListenReadSpeaker webReader: ListenWhich of the following criticisms of Globalization is NOT true?Question 35 options:1) Multinational corporations are increasingly moving production to countries where people are willinto work for less than they are in Europe and North America.2) In many of these countries authoritarian governments control workers and discourage the formationunions and other sources of organizing for workers' rights and safety.3) Globalization allows for the movement of ideas, people and resources, forming a collective community.4) All those that study globalization agree that globalization is the best strategy for increasing wages aworkers' rights in Europe and North America as well as the Global South.Question 36 (1 point)SavedListenReadSpeaker webReader: ListenAccording to the text, citizenship is:Question 36 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 consequences3) the right not to pay taxes and make tons of money4) the right to be given preference in matters of law as opposed to the rights of legal immigrantsQuestion 37 (1 point)SavedListenReadSpeaker webReader: ListenAccording to the textbook, the purpose of the media:Question 37 options:1) Is to provide the most accurate information possible2) Is designed to balance political messages from government sources3) Is designed to help readers vote wisely4) Is designed to make a profit, as a businessQuestion 38 (1 point)SavedListenReadSpeaker webReader: ListenWhat constitutes a social problem?Question 38 options:1) A problem that concerns one individual.2) A problem for other people to solve, it is not my concern!3) A social condition or pattern of behaviour that people believe requires public concern and collectiveattention to bring about change.