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5 Matching questions

  1. identification
  2. stereotypes
  3. segregation
  4. socialisation
  5. integration
  1. a response to diversity that acknowledges cultural difference and fosters full, equal participation in all dimensions of society
  2. b separation of racial or ethnic groups in daily life, with no wish to foster inter-relationships
  3. c collection of false assumptions about the members of other cultural groups
  4. d process whereby individuals or groups make claims about their self conceptions, identify with others' identity claims and invite significant others to ratify these claims
  5. e ways in which individuals learn norms, values and skills necessary to operate in a particular environment

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. relatively specialised lifestyle of a group of people consisting of their values, beliefs, artefacts, ways of behaving and communicating
  2. ways of thinking that are largely unquestioned but widespread and universal
  3. detailed verbal message; direct style; reflective or a more individualistic, compartmentalised view of life
  4. less explicit verbal message; indirect style, status-oriented; importance given to experiences, rituals, social protocols, tradition and history
  5. shared cultural practices or beliefs common to a racial or national group

5 True/False questions

  1. assimilationprocess whereby people lose their cultural identity and blend into wider society

          

  2. terministic screenset of symbols that we choose to use to make sense of reality; these select the reality that we see

          

  3. prejudicenegative feelings such as fear, anxiety or aversion associated with a particular group

          

  4. normsways of behaving driven by fundamental beliefs and identity positions

          

  5. worldviewrelatively specialised lifestyle of a group of people consisting of their values, beliefs, artefacts, ways of behaving and communicating