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SOC 308 Week 2 Quiz Answers
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SOC 308 Week 2 Quiz Answers
1.
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Black genealogy or family history
Student Answer:
has been well-documented in many cases, because careful records were kep...
3.
Question :
As an ethnonationality, Mexican Americans have in recent decades been politically
active in
Student Answer:
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are no longer the destination of the poorest new immigrants.
Instructor
The answer can be found in Chapter 7 of Race and E...
both racially progressive Whites and White supremacists are able to cooperate
because of a shared White identity.
Whites a...
Question :
The U.S. Supreme Court’s legal reasoning in Brown v. the Board of Education of
Topeka, Kansas was that
Student ...
the tendency of Mexican-American immigrants to remain in the United States even
during severe economic downturns.
Instruct...
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1.

Question :

Black genealogy or family history

Student Answer:

has been well-documented in many cases, because careful records were kept of black slaves.

is largely unknown, because slaves were not permitted to legally marry in most cases.

has been invented in fictional products, such as the book and movie, Roots.

is of little interest, because most scholars believe that the past is not part of current U.S. identities.

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Chapter 5 of Race and Ethnicity.

2.

Question :

After overt legal segregation ended, de facto segregation has been most evident and widely persistent in

Student Answer:

American work places.

American schools.

American housing patterns.

American political offices.

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Chapter 5 of Race and Ethnicity.

3.

Question :

As an ethnonationality, Mexican Americans have in recent decades been politically active

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SOC 308 Week 2 Quiz Answers 2015 version

  1. 1. SOC 308 Week 2 Quiz Answers Link : http://uopexam.com/product/soc-308-week-2-quiz-answers/ SOC 308 Week 2 Quiz Answers 1. Question :
  2. 2. Black genealogy or family history Student Answer: has been well-documented in many cases, because careful records were kept of black slaves. is largely unknown, because slaves were not permitted to legally marry in most cases. has been invented in fictional products, such as the book and movie, Roots. is of little interest, because most scholars believe that the past is not part of current U.S. identities. Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Chapter 5 of Race and Ethnicity. 2. Question : After overt legal segregation ended, de facto segregation has been most evident and widely persistent in Student Answer: American work places. American schools. American housing patterns. American political offices. Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Chapter 5 of Race and Ethnicity.
  3. 3. 3. Question : As an ethnonationality, Mexican Americans have in recent decades been politically active in Student Answer: securing school integration and rights for migrant farm workers. supporting the political aspirations of Mexico. combating stereotypes of Mexican-Americans as maids and gardeners. successfully opposing the harassment of undocumented immigrants through the judicial system. Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Chapter 6 of Race and Ethnicity. 4. Question : Chinese American enclaves, known as Chinatowns, Student Answer: have recently been resurrected in suburbs, while those in inner cities attract tourists. were chosen by nineteenth century Chinese immigrants, as a profitable way to live through commerce instead of making their livings as land owners and farmers. unlike other enclaves have been the sites of only minimal community assistance organizations.
  4. 4. are no longer the destination of the poorest new immigrants. Instructor The answer can be found in Chapter 7 of Race and Ethnicity. 5. Question : The construction of gambling casinos on Indian reservations Student Answer: has further increased rates of alcoholism and poverty as Native Americans have lost tribal money in gambling. is uniformly supported by most Native American groups who have succeeded in constructing casinos and making them highly profitable. is uniformly opposed by most Native American groups who believe that casinos contradict their traditional ways of life in natural environments. has caused dissent within Indian-American communities and resulted in enough money for some tribes to buy back ancestral lands. Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Chapter 8 of Race and Ethnicity. 6. Question : Sociologists France Winddance Twine and Charles Gallaher have argued that Student Answer: after the success of the civil rights movement, there is no evidence that Whites exclude non-Whites from recreational activities, particularly on the Internet.
  5. 5. both racially progressive Whites and White supremacists are able to cooperate because of a shared White identity. Whites are reluctant to recruit Hispanics and Latinos to the White group through intermarriage, because they want to keep White identity exclusive. there is no evidence that Whites are drawn to biographies of White people, music performed by Whites, or contexts in which both speakers and their audiences are White. Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Chapter 9 of Race and Ethnicity. 7. Question : During the housing bust and recession that began in 2007, family assets in Hispanic families Student Answer: increased, because some groups had shrewdly bought real estate at the bottom and sold it at the top, especially income property. remained flat, despite slightly higher unemployment than other immigrant groups. saw the greatest drop of any ethnic or racial group in the United States. were often liquidated at a profit and sent back to countries of origin in the form of cash. Instructor The answer can be found in Chapter 6 of Race and Ethnicity. 8.
  6. 6. Question : The U.S. Supreme Court’s legal reasoning in Brown v. the Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas was that Student Answer: separate but equal was not acceptable because it was too difficult to make educational facilities equal in quality. segregated education violated the 14th amendment. segregated education was unconstitutional because it violated the 13th amendment. segregated education had to be abolished because African Americans had become too large a minority in numerical terms. Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Chapter 5 of Race and Ethnicity. 9. Question : Mexican Americans have a long history intertwined with the United States, which does not include Student Answer: late 20th century hostilities between Mexico and the United States ownership by Mexico of large parts of the Southwest until the mid-nineteenth century. a legal Mexican-American population of over 11 million and several hundred thousand undocumented immigrants added each year.
  7. 7. the tendency of Mexican-American immigrants to remain in the United States even during severe economic downturns. Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Chapter 6 of Race and Ethnicity. 10. Question : Vietnamese immigration Student Answer: has a long tradition in U.S. history, beginning in colonial fishing industries. has had two waves after the fall of Saigon, the first of military-associated personnel and the second mainly of poor rural immigrants. is noteworthy for the rapid assimilation of recent, highly skilled arrivals. has overall been most similar to Korean immigration, of all other Asian- American groups. Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Chapter 7 of Race and Ethnicity. http://uopexam.com/product/soc-308-week-2-quiz-answers/

SOC 308 Week 2 Quiz Answers 1. Question : Black genealogy or family history Student Answer: has been well-documented in many cases, because careful records were kept of black slaves. is largely unknown, because slaves were not permitted to legally marry in most cases. has been invented in fictional products, such as the book and movie, Roots. is of little interest, because most scholars believe that the past is not part of current U.S. identities. Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Chapter 5 of Race and Ethnicity. 2. Question : After overt legal segregation ended, de facto segregation has been most evident and widely persistent in Student Answer: American work places. American schools. American housing patterns. American political offices. Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Chapter 5 of Race and Ethnicity. 3. Question : As an ethnonationality, Mexican Americans have in recent decades been politically active

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