HSCO 509 Quiz 1

HSCO 509 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Which group represents the fastest growing popula7on in the United States and will comprise approximately 29% of the general popula7on by 2060? (ch. 1)
  2. ______ is the blending of masculinity and femininity for both males and females. (ch. 1)
  3. Which of the following traits are not associated with individualism?
  4. ________ refers to a narrow and rigid view of the world and other cultural groups using one’s own cultural groups as a reference. (ch. 1)
  5. _________ refers to one’s na7on of origin, such as France, Kenya, China, or Na7ve America. (ch. 1)
  6. All of these stages were part of Poston’s Uve stages of biracial iden7ty development except? (ch. 2)
  7. Who is the researcher whose model of spirituality or religion is most commonly associated with the Young Adult, the Tested Adult, and the Mature Adult?
  8. ________ is the belief that one’s culture should serve as the norm in evalua7ng other cultures. (ch. 1)
  9. Which of the following terms is not associated with culture? (ch. 1)
  10. All of the following are stages in Poll and Smith’s Model of Spiritual Iden7ty except: ______ (ch. 2)
  11. What was the percentage of U.S. families that reported incomes below the poverty level in 2013? (ch. 1)
  12. Which model of gender iden7ty development includes Passive-Acceptance, Revela3on, and Embeddedness-Emana3on? (ch. 2)
  13. is a related term that refers to shared characteris7cs of culture, religion, and language, to name a few. (ch. 1)
  14. Cultural iden7ty and _________ are of great importance to counselors because these constructs provide frameworks that assist in the understanding of client iden7Uca7on within social and cultural contexts and the eaects of values, culture, beliefs, worldviews and interac7ons with clients. (ch. 2)
  15. refers to the sexual or aaec7onal abrac7on to the same or opposite gender, or both. (ch. 1)
  16. Which of the following does not indicate socioeconomic status (SES)? (ch. 1)
  17. _______ refers to commonali7es shared by all cultures and humankind. (ch. 1)
  18. Which model of racial iden7ty development stresses the stages of Pre- encounter, ImmersionEmersion, and Internaliza3onCommitment? (ch. 2)
  19. Which of the following traits are not associated with collec3vism? (ch. 1)
  20. Which sexual iden7ty model includes Iden3ty Confusion, Iden3ty Assump3on, and Commitment? (ch. 2)
  21. _________describes the degree of iden7Uca7on with a par7cular sexual orienta7on. (ch. 1)
  22. __ is the characteris7cs shared by a par7cular group such as Asian Americans, females, and those living in poverty. (ch. 1)
  23. refers to the degree to which individuals iden7fy belonging to subgroups or various culture groups. (ch. 1)
  24. Individuals from collec7vist cultures may be reluctant to seek counseling
  25. is the arbitrary, socially constructed classiUca7on of individuals ogen based on physical dis7nc7ons such as skin color, hair texture, face form, and eye shape. (ch. 1)

Set 2

  1. _________ refers to one’s nation of origin, such as France, Kenya, China, or Native America. (ch. 1)
  2. Which of the following does not indicate socioeconomic status (SES)? (ch. 1)
  3. What was the percentage of U.S. families that reported incomes below the poverty level in 2013? (ch. 1)
  4. _________describes the degree of identification with a particular sexual orientation. (ch. 1)
  5. ______ is the arbitrary, socially constructed classification of individuals often based on physical distinctions such as skin color, hair texture, face form, and eye shape. (ch. 1)

 

  1. ________ refers to the sexual or affectional attraction to the same or opposite gender, or both. (ch. 1)
  2. _______ is a related term that refers to shared characteristics of culture, religion, and language, to name a few. (ch. 1)
  3. Which model of gender identity development includes Passive-AcceptanceRevelation, and Embeddedness-Emanation? (ch. 2)
  4. All of these stages were part of Poston’s five stages of biracial identity development except? (ch. 2)
  5. _______ refers to commonalities shared by all cultures and humankind. (ch. 1)
  6. Which of the following traits are not associated with collectivism? (ch. 1)
  7. ________ refers to a narrow and rigid view of the world and other cultural groups using one’s own cultural groups as a reference. (ch. 1)
  8. ______ is the blending of masculinity and femininity for both males and females. (ch. 1)
  9. Which of the following terms is not
    associated with culture? (ch. 1)
  10. _________ is the characteristics shared by a particular group such as Asian Americans, females, and those living in poverty. (ch. 1)
  11. Individuals from collectivist cultures may be reluctant to seek counseling  ________ (ch. 1)
  12. Which sexual identity model includes IdentityConfusionIdentityAssumption, and Commitment? (ch. 2)
  13. All of the following are stages in Poll and Smith’s Model of Spiritual Identity except: ______ (ch. 2)
  14. ________ refers to the degree to which individuals identify belonging to subgroups or various culture groups. (ch. 1)
  15. Who is the researcher whose model of spirituality or religion is most commonly associated with the Young Adult, the Tested Adult, and the Mature Adult?
  16. Which group represents the fastest growing population in the United States and will comprise approximately 29% of the general population by 2060? (ch. 1)
  17. Cultural identity and _________ are of great importance to counselors because these constructs provide frameworks that assist in the understanding of client identification within social and cultural contexts and the effects of values, culture, beliefs, worldviews and interactions with clients. (ch. 2)
  18. Which model of racial identity development stresses the stages of Pre-encounterImmersion– Emersion, and Internalization– Commitment? (ch. 2)
  19. Which of the following traits are not associated with individualism?
  20. ________ is the belief that one’s culture should serve as the norm in evaluating other cultures. (ch. 1)
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