Chapter 11. Race and Ethnicity. Chapter Outline. Race and Ethnicity Racial Stereotypes Prejudice, Discrimination, and Racism Theories of Prejudice and Racism. Chapter Outline. Diverse Groups, Diverse Histories Patterns of Racial and Ethnic Relations
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Race and Ethnicity
Entries into U.S. Society:
1. A social category of people who share a common culture is referred to by sociologists as:
a. a minority group
b. a cultural group
c. a racial group
d. an ethnic group
2. Which of the following statements is true regarding minority groups?
a. Members of a minority group have a strong sense of group solidarity
b. Membership in a minority group is usually achieved.
c. Members of a minority group are usually female.
d. Members of a minority group usually know each other.
3. An oversimplified set of beliefs about members of a social group that is used to categorize members of that group is referred to as:
a. salience principle
a. symbolic interactionist perspective
b. evolutionary perspective
c. functionalist perspective
d. conflict perspective