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Key Term Quiz



This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
A large, organized religion that is not linked officially with the state or government is called a (an):


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Question 2.
Marcus Hansen notes that the grandchildren of immigrants will demonstrate greater ethnic awareness and interest than their parents. He called the phenomena:


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Question 3.
Which concept do sociologists use to refer to the characteristic of ethnic group members eating ethnic foods, acknowledging ceremonial holidays, and supporting specific political issues or the issues confronting an old country.


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Question 4.
Portraying an Italian as a member of the Mafia, eating pasta, and having an overweight mother are examples of:


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Question 5.
Which of the following is a definition of an ethnicity paradox?


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Question 6.
People's opportunities to provide themselves with material goods, positive living conditions, and favorable life experiences is called:


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Question 7.
Presidents of the United States beginning with Ronald Reagan and continuing through George W. Bush typically conclude even the most straightforward speech with "God Bless the United States of America." This practice illustrates:


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Question 8.
The recognition that ethnicity and social class are both important factors in determining an individual's life chances is called:


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Question 9.
The Old Order Amish shun most modern conveniences, practice self-segregation and generally try to avoid participating in American social and political activities. They would be an example of a (an):


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Question 10.
People who support the literal interpretation of the Bible are commonly known as:


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