HSCO 509 Quiz 3

HSCO 509 Quiz 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. According to the 2010 U.S. Census data, African Americans comprise approximately _______ of the U.S. population (ch. 9)
  2. Adultism refers to discrimination against adults. (ch. 8)
  3. Cognitive ________ describes the state of psychological disequilibrium experienced when we are facing, but have not yet resolved, information that contradicts our worldview. (ch. 7)
  4. Socioeconomic status (SES) generally refers to a comparative measure of class standing, or status, based on a combination of educational attainment, income level, and living conditions. (ch. 7)
  5. is having discriminatory beliefs about, and behavior toward, individuals and groups based on their perceived or actual _________. (ch. 7)
  6. The social model of disability focuses is on societal barriers and biases against people with disabilities, not on the person, the disability, or the medical condition itself. (ch. 8)
  7. The Fair Housing Act (1968) guarantees home ownership regardless of race, income, or gender. (ch. 7)
  8. One classic model of disability, adapted by the World Health Organization and others in 1980 includes Pathology, Impairments, Functional Limitations, and ________ (ch. 8)
  9. The Older Americans Act Amendments (2006) included all of the following except _______ (ch. 8).
  10. A biomedical model of disability can be defined as a model in which disability or illness occurs as the result of a psychological condition. (ch. 8)
  11. The following suggestions were offered as tools to mitigate classism in counselors except _________ (ch. 7).
  12. Baby Boomers were born from 1946 to 1964. (ch. 8)
  13. Also discussed in Chapter 4, a common form of subtle racism known as racial microaggressions are covert statements or behaviors, whether intentional or unintentional, that convey insulting or demeaning messages to people of color. (ch. 9)
  14. The authors of the text propose that achieving a “classless society” is an obtainable goal and should be the definition of the American Dream. (ch. 7)
  15. The authors use the “one drop rule” to describe the belief that having one drop of Irish blood makes one Irish.
  16. Poverty attribution is one way to avoid confronting classism because we focus on assessing blame for poverty either on the individual or on society. (ch. 7)
  17. The majority of Arab-Americans in the United States belong to the _______ faith (ch. 10
  18. Following are the traditional values that may be moderated over time by exposure to the U.S. culture, but may also be maintained by strong family systems and ethnic enclaves, or communities: _______; religion and faith; education, work, and economic status; and communication styles. (ch. 10)
  19. Ableism refers to social attitudes, rehabilitation and counseling practices, and policies that favor individuals who have or are perceived as possessing physical or cognitive disabilities. (ch. 8)
  20. The U.S. Census Bureau (2012) revealed that people with a severe disability have all of the following except __________. (ch. 8)
  21. About _______ of the world’s Muslims are Arabs. (ch. 10)
  22. Ageism is defined as the assumption that chronological age is the main determinant of human characteristics and that one age is better than another. (ch. 8)
  23. Colorism is the belief that _______ (ch. 9)
  24. A gerontological counselor is a counselor who provides counseling services to elderly clients and their families when faced with changing lifestyles as they grow older. (ch. 8)
  25. Psychological distancing refers to ways of thinking and behaving that are used by privileged groups to justify and distance themselves from social undesirables. (ch. 7)

Set 2

  1. Socioeconomic status (SES) generally refers to a comparative measure of class standing, or status, based on a combination of educational attainment, income level, and living conditions. (ch. 7)
  2. The social model of disability focuses is on societal barriers and biases against people with disabilities, not on the person, the disability, or the medical condition itself. (ch. 8)
  3. The Fair Housing Act (1968) guarantees home ownership regardless of race, income, or gender. (ch. 7)
  4. Adultism
    refers to discrimination against adults. (ch. 8)
  5. The Older Americans Act Amendments (2006) included all of the following except _______ (ch. 8).
  6. A biomedical model of disability can be defined as a model in which disability or illness occurs as the result of a psychological condition. (ch. 8)
  7. Poverty attribution is one way to avoid confronting classism because we focus on assessing blame for poverty either on the individual or on society. (ch. 7)
  8. The authors use the “one drop rule” to describe the belief that having one drop of Irish blood makes one Irish.
  9. Following are the traditional values that may be moderated over time by exposure to the U.S. culture, but may also be maintained by strong family systems and ethnic enclaves, or communities: _______; religion and faith; education, work, and economic status; and communication styles. (ch. 10)
  10. Baby Boomers were born from 1946 to 1964. (ch. 8)
  11. A gerontological counselor is a counselor who provides counseling services to elderly clients and their families when faced with changing lifestyles as they grow older. (ch. 8)
  12. About _______ of the world’s Muslims are Arabs. (ch. 10)
  13. The authors of the text propose that achieving a “classless society” is an obtainable goal and should be the definition of the American Dream. (ch. 7)
  14. The U.S. Census Bureau (2012) revealed that people with a severe disability have all of the following except __________. (ch. 8)
  15. Colorism is the belief that _______ (ch. 9)
  16. Ableism
    refers to social attitudes, rehabilitation and counseling practices, and policies that favor individuals who have or are perceived as possessing physical or cognitive disabilities. (ch. 8)
  17. Cognitive ________ describes the state of psychological disequilibrium experienced when we are facing, but have not yet resolved, information that contradicts our worldview. (ch. 7)
  18. The majority of Arab-Americans in the United States belong to the _______ faith (ch. 10)
  19. The following suggestions were offered as tools to mitigate classism in counselors except _________ (ch. 7).
  20. Ageism
    is defined as the assumption that chronological age is the main determinant of human characteristics and that one age is better than another. (ch. 8)
  21. According to the 2010 U.S. Census data, African Americans comprise approximately _______ of the U.S. population (ch. 9)
  22. One classic model of disability, adapted by the World Health Organization and others in 1980 includes Pathology, Impairments, Functional Limitations, and ________ (ch. 8)
  23. Classism
    is having discriminatory beliefs about, and behavior toward, individuals and groups based on their perceived or actual _________. (ch. 7)
  24. Psychological distancingrefers to ways of thinking and behaving that are used by privileged groups to justify and distance themselves from social undesirables. (ch. 7)
  25. Also discussed in Chapter 4, a common form of subtle racism known as racial microaggressionsare covert statements or behaviors, whether intentional or unintentional, that convey insulting or demeaning messages to people of color. (ch. 9)
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