The feminization of poverty is characterized by all

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Question 18 The feminization of poverty is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT a. tied to the percent of children in single- mother families b. tied to the male-to-female ratio of the
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elderly in a country c. universal x d. based on biological differences Question 19 All of the following are true in the U.S. except: x Question 20 According to the World Health Organization, which of the following is a way that traditional definitions of gender impact the health and well being of women and girls? x Question 21 In Switzerland, four ethnic groups— French, Italians, Germans, and Swiss Germans—maintain their distinct cultural heritage and group identity in an atmosphere of mutual respect and social equality. This is an example of x Question 22 The rise in interracial marriages is due to increased societal acceptance of mixed marriages and the a. rebelliousness of the millennium generation. b. decrease in de facto school segregation. x c. increased independence that adult children have from their
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xparents. d. fact that most neighborhoods in the U.S. today are racially integrated. Question 23 _____ often bear the double burden of being foreigners and minorities. x Question 24 Foreign-born residents of the U.S. today are most likely to have been born in Latin America or _________. x Question 25 Compared with the native-born U.S. population, immigrants are more likely to x Question 26 ______ is biological and _____ is a social position. x a. sex; gender b. gender; sex c. male; female d. female; male Question 27 The gender pay gap varies by x Question 28 A recent study of 1,000 adults found that two-thirds of the respondents thought that television advertisements pictured men as x
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