A young person from southern california has four

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17. A young person from Southern California has four German grandparents. She lived in Los Angeles all her life before accepting a job in Milwaukee. She’s never really thought about her German heritage, but in Milwaukee she discovers many other people with similar ancestries and starts using her ethnicity as a way to develop social and professional relationships. What is this an example of?a. symbolic ethnicityb. internal colonialismc. passingd. situational ethnicitye. the disparities in racial consequencesANS: DNOT: Applied
DIF: HardREF: Page 245OBJ: Symbolic and Situational Ethnicity (I.A)18. How do the demographics of California challenge the way that the term “minority” has been used in the past?
DIF: EasyREF: Page 248OBJ: What is a Minority? (I.B)19. When whites are less than half the population of any given state, it is called a:
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20. How do sociologists define a minority group?
DIF: MediumREF: Page 248OBJ: What is a Minority? (I.B)21. Despite demographic shifts, how can you tell that whites are still the dominant group in California?a. They discriminate against other racial and ethnic groups.b. They remain dominant in terms of power, resources, and representation in social institutions.c. They are overrepresented in prisons.d. They are overrepresented as victims of violent crimes.e. Affirmative action policies are still in place.ANS: BNOT: Factual
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