HSCO 509 Quiz 4

HSCO 509 Quiz 4 Liberty University

  1. ____________
    signifies an individual’s consideration of the opinions of his or her family when making decisions. (ch. 12)
  2. Counselors working with traditional Native American clients should include greeting, hospitality, silence, space, eye contact, intention, and collaboration. (ch. 13)
  3. ________ has become a popular revenue stream for Native American communities. (ch. 13)
  4. The issue of sovereignty for Native American communities continues to be a point of contention since the federal government attempts to impose its laws on these tribal nations. (ch. 12)
  5. Asian-Americans use the term relative functionalism to describe the role of education as the key to upward mobility. (ch. 11)
  6. Marianismo is distinctive in that it requires a woman to be pure, make sacrifices for the husband’s and children’s benefit, not engage in premarital sex, and be a nurturing female role model for her daughters. (ch. 12)
  7. Among Asian-Americans, maintaining _________ governs interpersonal relationships. (ch. 11)
  8. The Native American role of caretaking involves the responsibility of taking care of life and the world around them. (ch. 13)
  9. Forms of institutional racism against Asian-Americans include income-to-education disparities, ceiling effects in career advancement, and __________ (ch. 11)
  10. Chang, Shen, and Takeuchi (2009) found relatively _________ rates of intimate partner violence among Asian-Americans. (ch. 11)
  11. The term ________ was commonly used as a metaphor to describe the process of combining a variety of cultural backgrounds and beliefs to create a new, virtuous
    (i.e., White American) culture. (ch. 14)
  12. In Latin culture the warmth, affection, concern about others, and positive regard for those close to an individual is known as ___________. (ch. 12)
  13. Counseling process refers to what happens in therapy between the counselor and the client. (ch. 11)
  14. Asian-Americans often view demonstrations of strong emotions as a sign of immaturity. (ch. 11)
  15. Machismo
    represents a responsible and sensitive man who takes care of his family by meeting their emotional needs. (ch. 12)
  16. Native American religions emphasize _______ rather than time (ch. 13)
  17. The numbers 4 and 7 are significant in promoting ______ for many Native Americans. (ch. 13)
  18. All of the following are levels of acculturation for Native Americans except ________. (ch. 13)
  19. Which was not one of the interrelated themes for multiracial individuals offered by Root (1994). (ch. 15)
  20. The 2012 U.S. Census found that __________ describe themselves as Asian-American. (ch. 11)
  21. The Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC) offers 20 competencies for integrating spirituality in counseling, but concludes the best practice to direct client towards rationality even if this violates the client’s spiritual or religious beliefs. (ch. 16)
  22. Studies on depression among Asian Americans have generally suggested that Asian
    Americans experience major depressive disorders at a rate that ___________ (ch. 11)
  23. Enculturation refers to socialization within the predominant or “host culture” and acculturation
    refers to socialization within one’s own ethnic cultural values, attitudes, and behaviors. (ch. 11)
  24. Traditional Native American communities honor their elders as the “Keepers of Customs.” (ch. 13)
  25. Asian cultures view the mind and body are inseparable (ch. 11)
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