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5 Matching Questions

  1. segregation
  2. assimilation
  3. prejudice
  4. culture
  5. socialisation
  1. a ways in which individuals learn norms, values and skills necessary to operate in a particular environment
  2. b negative feelings such as fear, anxiety or aversion associated with a particular group
  3. c separation of racial or ethnic groups in daily life, with no wish to foster inter-relationships
  4. d relatively specialised lifestyle of a group of people consisting of their values, beliefs, artefacts, ways of behaving and communicating
  5. e process whereby people lose their cultural identity and blend into wider society

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. detailed verbal message; direct style; reflective or a more individualistic, compartmentalised view of life
  2. response to diversity that acknowledges cultural difference and fosters full, equal participation in all dimensions of society
  3. shared cultural practices or beliefs common to a racial or national group
  4. acquisition of facility in cultural practices through trial and error
  5. way we see the world due to the groups we identify with; filtering lens that selects, evaluates, organises and interprets information from the external environment

5 True/False Questions

  1. high context communicationless explicit verbal message; indirect style, status-oriented; importance given to experiences, rituals, social protocols, tradition and history

          

  2. raceways of behaving driven by fundamental beliefs and identity positions

          

  3. stereotypescollection of false assumptions about the members of other cultural groups

          

  4. identificationprocess whereby individuals or groups make claims about their self conceptions, identify with others' identity claims and invite significant others to ratify these claims

          

  5. normsvisible, physical characteristics of a group that are identifiable and inherited

          

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