NAME

Question types


Start with


Question limit

of 22 available terms

Advertisement Upgrade to remove ads
Print test

5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Hybridization
  2. Overgeneralizing
  3. Marginalization
  4. Assimilation
  5. Media Convergence
  1. a A process that occurs when the culture of a minority group is absorbed by another culture. The cultural identity of the minority group disappears as its members take on the identity of the other culture.
  2. b Drawing a conclusion based on too little information
  3. c The use of electronic technology to integrate media such as newspapers, books, TV and the internet.
  4. d Refers to being separated from the rest of the society, forced to occupy the fringes and edges and not to be at the centre of things.
  5. e The combining of elements of two or more different things to create something new.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The gap that separates people who do and do not have access to up-to-date digital technology.
  2. Refers to an individuals' sense of belonging to a group.
  3. The persisting distinct personality of an individual.
  4. The idea that things that happen at a global level affect things at a local level.
  5. The process of reaffirming and promoting people's individual and collective cultural identity.

5 True/False questions

  1. HomogenizationThe erasing of differences. When this term is applied to people, it often refers to the erasing of cultural differences so that peoples become more and more similar.

          

  2. AcculturationThe cultural changes that occur when two cultures accommodate, or adapt to, each other's worldviews.

          

  3. IntegrationIs the movement of minority groups such as ethnic minorities, refugees and underprivileged sections of a society into the mainstream of societies.

          

  4. Transnational CorporationRefers to being separated from the rest of the society, forced to occupy the fringes and edges and not to be at the centre of things.

          

  5. OutsourcingA business strategy that involves reducing costs by using suppliers of products and services in countries where labour is cheaper and government regulation may be less strict.