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When a marginalized group manages to keep its

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when a marginalized group manages to keep its identity while striving for positive relationships in the dominant culture ° when a marginalized group relates as exclusively as possible with its own group and as little as possible with the dominant group when a marginalized group attempts to fit in with the dominant group
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“Code sensitivity” refers to Multiple Choice ° the belief that another culture should be judged by its own context. ° creating positive relationships with the dominant culture. ° a culture that has difficulty with ambiguity and uncertainty. the ability to use the verbal and nonverbal language appropriate to the relevant cultural norms. Arcelia often skips meetings if she is busy talking with a friend, whic her culture. Arcelia is most likely from what type of culture? Multiple Choice ° Sometime ° No-time ° Often-time On-time The emotional tone or atmosphere that members create within a group is known as the group Multiple Choice ° culture. ° tasks. ° maintenance. climate. What are the two common types of criteria utilized by groups? Multiple Choice ° critical and creative ° flexible and rigid ° absolute and important known and unknown Trina’s group discussion question, “What should the university’s poli class absences?,” is an example of a question of
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Multiple Choice ° fact. ° policy. ° solution. value. To be an ethical group member, you must Multiple Choice ° place your own goals ahead of the group’s goals. ° be unbiased when evaluating information. ° always avoid group conflict. do what you can to persuade others to adapt their point of view. During group meetings, Jacqueline told her group to make the decisi just wanted to go home. What function does she exhibit? Multiple Choice ° relational ° conjunctive ° task self-centered
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