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Soci 310 exam questions

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1. The immigration and nationality act of 1965, and its later modifications… E. ALL OF THE ABOVE 2. The concept of a “model minority” is… D.ALL OF THE ABOVE 3. The phrase “advantage/bigotry/discrimination complex” refers too… A. The theory that the extent that individuals see economic opportunity in discrimination, they will tend to support it, and justify it on the basis of bigoted doctrines about the character of the relevant minority groups. 4. What group(s) of the Americans were herded into prison camps here at home and in Canada, during the last World War? D. Japanese Americans 5. What group of Americans was assumed to be incompetent to handle their own financial affairs? E. American Indians 6. What group of “free” people in America could not testify in court? C. Chinese 7. In general, women more than men… D. ALL OF THE ABOVE 8. It is specifically against the amendments to the constitution of the United States to discriminate against women. B. FALSE 9. When the nation was waiting for ratification of a constitutional amendment which would make discrimination against people on the basis of sex illegal, the largest women’s group in the U.S… D. Launched an effective campaign to defeat the amendment 10. In the civil rights struggles of the sixties… D. Kennedy and his supporters, Malcolm X and his supporters, Martin Luther King and his supporters, all ultimately joined the effort to integrate the institutions and public facilities of the nation. 11. The message of Malcolm X included… A. That white people were the violent ones, not black people 12. The strategy of non-violent civil disobedience is predicated upon the assumption… B. that the most powerful majority is against injustice, when injustice becomes plain. 13. One might reasonably interpret the published goals of the Nation of Islam as saying… D. ALL OF THE ABOVE 14. When we try to predict income for individuals in the U.S we are more accurate…….The second two are called the discrimination variables. Which pair increase the accuracy of our predictions more? B. The discrimination variables 15. What “values” for race and sex tend to increase income? A. White and Male 16. The work of the Nation of Islam includes…. D. Both B and C 17. The work of the KKK includes A. inciting people to “rise up” against their black oppressors. 18. When the Japanese Americans in California began to prosper raising produce, what was the response of government? C. To make it illegal for them to own land 19. When members of the majority group believed that Filipino men were better lovers


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