HSCO 509 Quiz 2

HSCO 509 Quiz 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The myth of meritocracy is the notion that all individuals, regardless of racial makeup, can succeed if they “work hard.” (ch. 4)
  2. All of the following were considerations called for by, among others, the American Psychological Association when counseling females except ________. (ch. 5)
  3. Lee (2007) and others have suggested that establishing a social justice compass in counseling should be considered the _________ source. (ch. 3)
  4. The ACA (2014) Code of Ethics states that counselors have an ethical responsibility to continually educate themselves and to become culturally competent practitioners. (ch. 5)
  5. All of the following are part of the Three-Tier Model of Social Advocacy except (ch. 3) Selected Answer: Social Networking
  6. All of the following contribute to counselor racism except _______ (ch. 4)
  7. Success, power, and competition (SPC) describes the degree to which men are socialized to focus on personal achievement, obtaining authority, or comparing themselves to others. (ch. 5)
  8. Each of the following contributes to empowering clients at an individual except ________ (ch. 4)
  9. Male privilege refers to unearned rights and societal benefits afforded to men solely based on their physical appearance. (ch. 5)
  10. The American Institute of Bisexuality identified seven variables involved in sexual orientation. Which of the following was not one of those variables? (ch. 6)
  11. The American Psychological Association uses the term ________ to define the prejudicial and discriminatory oppression of LGBTQI individuals. (ch. 6)
  12. The term affectional orientation allows the LGB or questioning client to identify themselves beyond their sexual behavior (ch. 6).
  13. Levant and others described a complex, learned socialization pattern whereby some men may exhibit a relational style characterized by suppressing or denying their __________ (ch. 5)
  14. _______ is a term that has been used to describe people whose gender identities and expressions do not fit into societal norms of sex assignment (male, female) and the gender binary (man, woman). (ch. 5)
  15. ________ racism involves social forces, institutions, and ideologies that generate and reinforce inequalities among racial or ethnic groups. (ch. 4)
  16. _______ is behaviors and attitudes that clients identify as beneficial in coping with stressful situations and adversity. (ch. 3)
  17. The authors equate the Defense of Marriage Act and other anti-gay marriage laws passed by states with institutional heterosexism. (ch. 6)
  18. _______ racism or cultural racism refers to members of marginalized groups believing and accepting negative social messages about their own racial and ethnic groups. (ch. 4)
  19. _________ counseling refers to counseling that recognizes the impact of oppression, privilege, and discrimination on the mental health of individuals. (ch. 3)
  20. ___________ describes the social practice of boys becoming men by not getting too close to other boys due to learned restrictive emotionality and by avoiding all feminine behavior and attitudes. (ch. 5)
  21. _________ includes acts of depriving an individual or groups an object, label, experience, or living condition and hinders physical and psychological well-being. (ch. 3)
  22. _______ includes overt acts of oppression. (ch. 3) Selected Answer: Primary oppression
  23. ________ is a defining cultural characteristic in that individuals and groups perceive and understand each other through this socially constructed prism that will be transmitted to succeeding generations. (ch. 4)
  24. Sexism is defined as the oppression of individuals based on ________. (ch. 5)
  25. Transgenerational focus involves coming to understand a male client’s resistance to counseling by examining his relationships with his immediate family and with his siblings in particular. (ch. 5).

Set 2

  1. Male privilege refers to unearned rights and societal benefits afforded to men solely based on their physical appearance. (ch. 5)
  2. All of the following contribute to counselor racismexcept _______ (ch. 4)
  3. All of the following were considerations called for by, among others, the American Psychological Association when counseling females except ________. (ch. 5)
  4. ________ racism involves social forces, institutions, and ideologies that generate and reinforce inequalities among racial or ethnic groups. (ch. 4)
  5. The American Institute of Bisexuality identified seven variables involved in sexual orientation. Which of the following was notone of those variables? (ch. 6)
  6. _________ counseling refers to counseling that recognizes the impact of oppression, privilege, and discrimination on the mental health of individuals. (ch. 3)
  7. The American Psychological Association uses the term ________ to define the prejudicial and discriminatory oppression of LGBTQI individuals. (ch. 6)
  8. Success, power, and competition (SPC) describes the degree to which men are socialized to focus on personal achievement, obtaining authority, or comparing themselves to others. (ch. 5)
  9. Levant and others described a complex, learned socialization pattern whereby some men may exhibit a relational style characterized by suppressing or denying their __________ (ch. 5)
  10. ___________describes the social practice of boys becoming men by not getting too close to other boys due to learned restrictive emotionality and by avoiding all feminine behavior and attitudes. (ch. 5)
  11. Transgenerational focusinvolves coming to understand a male client’s resistance to counseling by examining his relationships with his immediate family and with his siblings in particular. (ch. 5).
  12. The ACA (2014)Code of Ethics states that counselors have an ethical responsibility to continually educate themselves and to become culturally competent practitioners. (ch. 5)
  13. Sexism is defined as the oppression of individuals based on ________. (ch. 5)
  14. The authors equate the Defense of Marriage Act and other anti-gay marriage laws passed by states with institutional heterosexism. (ch. 6)
  15. _______ is a term that has been used to describe people whose gender identities and expressions do not fit into societal norms of sex assignment (male, female) and the gender binary (man, woman). (ch. 5)
  16. _______ racism or cultural racism refers to members of marginalized groups believing and accepting negative social messages about their own racial and ethnic groups. (ch. 4)
  17. The myth of meritocracyis the notion that all individuals, regardless of racial makeup, can succeed if they “work hard.” (ch. 4)
  18. ________ is a defining cultural characteristic in that individuals and groups perceive and understand each other through this socially constructed prism that will be transmitted to succeeding generations. (ch. 4)
  19. _______ includes overt acts of oppression. (ch. 3)
  20. Lee (2007) and others have suggested that establishing a social justice compass in counseling should be considered the _________ source. (ch. 3)
  21. The term affectionalorientation allows the LGB or questioning client to identify themselves beyond their sexual behavior (ch. 6).
  22. _________ includes acts of depriving an individual or groups an object, label, experience, or living condition and hinders physical and psychological well-being. (ch. 3)
  23. Each of the following contributes to empowering clients at an individual except ________ (ch. 4)
  24. _______ is behaviors and attitudes that clients identify as beneficial in coping with stressful situations and adversity. (ch. 3)
  25. All of the following are part of the Three-Tier Model of Social Advocacy except (ch. 3)
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