Question 1. The existence of a wide variety of cultures and subcultures represented within a society is _____.
Question 2. A category of people distinguished from the dominant society on the basis of distinctive and identifiable cultural characteristics is _____.
Question 3. _____ refers to real or perceived differences among people that affect their interactions and relationships.
Question 4. The tangible artifacts created by a culture are _____.
Question 5. The sum total of a society's knowledge of the world, values, beliefs, language, norms, and material objects is _____.
Question 6. A negative way of thinking based on irrational evaluations about members of a particular group is _____.
Question 7. Racial identity development is defined as the process of
learning about current racial issues in the United States.
being connected with the experiences of a racial group.
growing up with people of many races.
being able to identify who is prejudiced.
Question 8. The less contact you have with diverse people, the easier they are to understand.
Question 9. ideology.
Question 10. Whites.
Question 11. Compare and contrast institutional and individual discrimination and give an example from each (one that is not provided in the Lecture).