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Edg 2085 Quiz 3a

33 Questions  I  By Jmcnair
EDG 2085 Quiz 3a
Quiz on the Readings for Week Three

  
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1.  Which of the following changes characterizes the institution of economics?
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2.  Which of the following is not one of the fastest-growing religious affiliations in the United States?
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3.  With respect to demographics and language, the following statements are true, except
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4.  Most teachers in the United States
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5.  Which of the following shifts characterize schools in transition?
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6.  It is often said that Americans have been "different from the beginning" because
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7.  The common school emerged largely in response to
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8.  The religious difference brought to the United States by large numbers of immigrants in the first half of the nineteenth century was
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9.  Anglo-conformity, or the assimilationist model, emerged in response to
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10.  The pluralist model, on the other hand, asserts that
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11.  In the nineteenth century, race was the first form of difference to become a stimulus for school reform.
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12.  During school reform movements in the 1960s, access and equity in public schooling were the chief concerns of school reformers.
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13.  The Education of All Handicapped Children Act of 1976 established the principle of "least restrictive environment" for children with disabilities.
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14.  In Brown v. Board of Education, the Supreme Court ruled that educating different races in separate schools was constitutional.
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15.  The Freedman's Bureau was established to regulate interstate commerce among blacks and whites after the Civil War.
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16.  One of the ways that issues of separation of church and state play out in schools is on the question of school prayer.
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The Court decisions on school prayer emphasize that religion should never be discussed in schools.
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18.  ____________is credited with designing and putting into place the framework of courses needed to graduate with a degree in Anthropology at Oxford University
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19.  Culture, according to ______________, "taken in its broad, ethnographic sense, is that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society."
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Culture, according to ______________, is "the love of perfection" and the "study of perfection"; and that the cultured person is one who knows "the best that has been said and thought in the world."
a. Edward Burnett Tylor
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21.  His definition of culture is reflective of the values of the Victorian era, particularly it social elitism.
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22.  It is from ___________'s definition that we get notion of "high culture" where culture is used to describe elitist consumption of goods and activities such as fine cuisine, art, and music.
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23.  ___________originally a medical doctor, was trained as an ethnographer under the influence of the brothers Wilhelm and Alexander von Humboldt, the linguist and the geographer who revolutionized humanistic and social thought in Germany during the first half of the 1800's.
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24.  Known as the father of ethnography,____________rejected the simplistic evolutionary ideas of culture and human origins inspired by Morgan and certainly influenced by Spencer.
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25.  American anthropologist ________________, influenced by Bastian, also argued against the evolutionary theories advocated by Spencer, Morgan and Tylor.
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26.  American Anthropologist, _________________rejected the notion that cultures could be evaluated according to "the broad theorizing characteristic of evolutionary 'laws' of developing culture.
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27.  Albert Kroeber, Margaret Mead, Ruth Benedict and Zora Neale Hurston were all students of _____________.
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28.  _____________ is the overall capability of an individual to manage key challenging features of intercultural communication: namely, cultural differences and unfamiliarity, inter-group dynamics, and the tensions and conflicts that can accompany this process
29.  _____________refer to the way cultures regulate the display of emotion. Some cultures  tolerate and even encourage dramatic displays of emotional expression .
30.  _____________ refer to cultural rules about proper behavior which affect verbal and nonverbal communication.
31.  _____________ can best be described as the worldviews or paradigms which filter, organize and  incorporate all new information. Sunday O's reaction to the electronic doors in the Murtula Muhammad airport is an example of this
32.  Low-context cultures tend to be traditional and collectivist.
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33.  High-context cultures are present or future-oriented and individualistic.
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