SOCI 200 Quiz Race and Ethnicity

  1. The well-being of players is a powerful part of the potential positive or negative value of sports.
  2. Which of the following is NOT true about underclass realities?
  3. This class includes individuals with the least amount of education and with the most employment problems:
  4. Which denomination believes that Jesus never drank alcoholic wine?
  5. According to the Sociology is Rude textbook, being a Christian means:
  6. This class includes individuals with considerable wealth in regard to personal property, real estate, stocks, bonds, or money:
  7. This term describes the abilities to change one’s social position:
  8. Americans are famous for their Puritanical work ethic that may shame the elderly who are no longer as productive as they once were.
  9. Across the globe, 15% of the world’s population is 65 years or older.
  10. Older people often recover from illness slower than younger people.
  11. Within the healthcare system, the elderly are treated:
  12. Which denomination emphasizes Mary’s “Immaculate Conception”?
  13. According to the Global Slavery Index,          people in the world today are living in slavery.
  14. Who wrote the poem, When you are old?
  15. This class is the largest class in the United States and includes people between the upper and worker classes, such as professionals and businessmen:
  16. In America, 1 in           people are 65 years are older.
  17. The caste system, which is a locked, hereditary, and ontologically divisive social stratification system, is seen in countries like:
  18. This long-standing problem sets up believers to promote their own founders’ take onGod, Jesus, salvation, security, etc.
  19. The telos of unity crosses borders of gender, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status.
  20. Women’s suffrage was won in America with the passing of which constitutional amendment?
  21. a survey conducted 2015, women spend 2.6 hours on housework while men only spent 1.6 hours.
  22. The writings of this early feminine theologian such as “The Flowing Light of Divinity” stir the soulful fires by pointing to the loss of humanity and even more importantly giving insight into God’s loving relationship.
  23. According to Dr. Jennifer Matheny in the textbook, women have had weak voices throughout the Bible.
  24. Which movement promotes female political empowerment?
  25. This Midianite woman powerfully intervened on the eve of the Exodus.
  26. This early feminine theologian, who was also a Dominican tertiary nun, presented an intelligent analysis of the ideal of perfection in man (in God) and tried to enkindle the Holy See of Peter to return to Rome as its original and rightful establishment.
  27. The 19th century popular cult of true womanhood portrayed the notion that the “ideal woman” was morally superior, pious, pure, domestic, and submissive.
  28. This New Testament woman was named a deacon of the church of Cenchrae.
  29. This early feminine theologian offered an alternative perspective on the persona of God by focusing on his motherly aspects.
  30. According to the Sociology is Rude textbook, which movie gives one of the best examples of what men face regarding social expectations of masculinity?
  31. This is the first person to witness and proclaim the resurrection of Jesus and was described by Thomas Aquinas as the “Apostle to the Apostles.”
  32. According to the Sociology is Rude textbook, each sex and gender:
  33. This Moabite widow altered the trajectory of her life and the life of her mother-in-law,
  34. Naomi, turning a story of death and hopelessness into a story of redemption.
  35. This Canaanite prostitute saved the Israelite spies form being discovered by the men of Jericho.
  36. Which woman was influential in gaining women’s suffrage in America?
  37. This early feminine theologian enlightened her readers regarding the relationship of God and the soul through her poetic prose and pious lifestyle.
  38. According to the textbook, which movie both affirms and challenges historical and cultural understandings of gender stratification?
  39. set apart because of physical differences that have taken on social significance within the culture over time.
  40.             is the mutual respect of another’s culture despite significant philosophical differences.
  41. The fasted growing minority group in the United States is:
  42. are groups whose members have less control or power over their own lives than people within the dominate group.
  43. The smallest minority group in America is:
  44. This theory attempts to address ethnic and racial issues through the advancement of social justice and cultural awareness.
  45. The second largest minority group in the United States is:
  46.             is the combination of a majority or minority group into a whole new group.
  47. All racial formations are the product of a bio-socio-historical process in which the
  48. categories are created, established, inhibited, transformed, and destroyed.
  49.             are set apart because of national origins or distinctive cultural patterns.
  50. According to the Sociology is Rude textbook, the Communist takeover of Greece was both beneficial and egalitarian.
  51.             is when a person forsakes his or her own culture to become part of another one.
  52. may be larger in population but more importantly, they dominate societies in regard to cultural standards, political control, and economic stability.
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