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Homework answers / question archive / Megan Gangestad Framework 3A Diversity framework #3 quick comprehension inventory Directions: Identify the correct answer and cite page number from Framework Three

Megan Gangestad Framework 3A Diversity framework #3 quick comprehension inventory Directions: Identify the correct answer and cite page number from Framework Three

Sociology

Megan Gangestad

Framework 3A

Diversity framework #3 quick comprehension inventory

Directions: Identify the correct answer and cite page number from Framework Three.

1) The third framework is primarily over:

  1. NDOS
  2. “How” difference is made to matter 
  3. The ways in which we experience privilege and stigma
  4. a summation of the readings following framework

 2) The “Birdcage” is best described as:

  1. a barrier which keeps birds safe
  2. a set of five barriers which entrap people in stigmatized statuses
  3. a set of two barriers (privilege and stigma) which entrap people in stigmatized statuses
  4. a location safe from stigma

 3) The definition of hegemonic ideology from framework #3 is:

  1. the ideal male prototype
  2. was introduced by Antonio Gramsci
  3. an ideology with a singular application to a singular stigmatized group
  4. an ideology that so dominates a culture that it becomes the prevailing and unquestioned belief

 4) The ways in which we internalize hegemonic ideology:

  1. natural law language and stereotypes
  2. compressing social distance between ourselves and people in different diversity statuses
  3. becoming an advocate for social progress/equality
  4. volunteer work

 5) Residential segregation primarily continues despite surveys consistently showing that whites and blacks alike prefer integrated neighborhoods by wide margins because:

  1. White and Blacks usually do not express their true feelings on survey instruments (social conventionality)
  2. There are laws on the books today, outlawing a certain percentage of neighborhood integration
  3. Social distance has been greatly compressed between Whites and Blacks
  4. Because natural law language both reproduces and repudiates social hierarchies

 6) The three consequences of using natural-law language are:

  1. It ends the discussion, treats behavior as predetermined and treats individuals as passive, lacking any interest in or control over social life
  2. People get angry, they calm down and then collaborate on new ideas
  3. The natural order of life is restored, peace is restored and progress is allowed to happen
  4. None of the above

 7) An example of natural-law language is:

  1. Double consciousness
  2. Stereotypes
  3. The bird cage
  4. It’s human nature to want to be with your own kind.

 8) The model minority stereotype

  1. Has been proven correct
  2. Is used to prove that racism is really not an impediment to the success of any racial minority group
  3. Is accurately applied to all waves of Asian immigrant/refugee groups
  4. Is the best thing that has happed to Asian Americans since the turn of the 20th century

 9) Aversive racism is:

  1. The obliviousness to one’s own prejudice coupled with the overt support of ideas of racial equality
  2. The practice justifying overtly prejudicial attitudes
  3. Racist practices social institutions inadvertently participate in
  4. All of the above

 10) Social Darwinism is:

  1. The belief that human beings evolved from tadpoles
  2. The belief that all races are genetically similar and have common ancestry
  3. The belief assimilation will be the pathway to racial equality
  4. The belief that those who are more advanced will naturally rise to the top of any stratification ladder.

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