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44.(p. 70)Japanese students typically attend school more hours per day than American students. In Japan, learning is more group-centered and focused than in the United States. Teamwork and cooperation are also stressed in Japanese schools, whereas students in the United States are taught to have more individualistic values. What would explain the differences between Japanese and American schools? A. Americans are unable to keep schools open year-round because of the costs of maintaining the buildings.B. Americans place more value and emphasis onfamily than the Japanese.C.The dominant ideology in Japan supports a more cooperative education than the United States.D. The dominant ideology in Japan discourages any kind of competition among students.
Bloom's Taxonomy: AnalyzeLevel: DifficultTopic: Culture, Ideology, and Power
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45.(p. 70)Which of the following statements would be considered a dominant ideology in the United States?
Bloom's Taxonomy: AnalyzeLevel: ModerateTopic: Culture, Ideology, and Power 46.(p. 71)In some Native American tribes—as well as in Japanese, Hawaiian,and other cultures—leaving a child alone in his or her own room is considered
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Cultural Diversity 47.(p. 71)What is often necessary in professions that work with people fromdifferent cultural backgrounds?
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Cultural Diversity
48.(p. 71-72)A culture that exists within societies in which the ideas and practices of those in power are represented is knows as a(n) A. ideal culture.B. subculture.C.dominant culture.D. counterculture.
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Cultural Diversity 49.(p. 71-72)The mass media typically represent and reflect which type of culture?
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Cultural Diversity 50.(p. 72)Suzanne wants to be a body builder. She works out four or five times a week at the gym. She has met many nice people there and she has a group with whom she can talk and train. Some members of this group have also become her friends and they are involved in social activities together. What would Suzanne and her group of friends be considered?
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Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: ModerateTopic: Cultural Diversity

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