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1 __ are categories to which we see ourselves belonging. ___ are categories with which we do not associate or cooperate.
Select one:
 a. Outgroups, Reference groups
 b. In-groups; Out-groups
 c. In-groups; Social constructs
 d. Out-groups; In-Groups

2 We value reference groups because they provide guidance on topics of interest.
Select one:
 a. True
 b. False

3 Identities involve ___, a mental process of grouping things, attributes, behaviors, and people into like clusters.
Select one:
 a. Social constructions
 b. Reference groups
 c. Ideology
 d. Categorization

4 The idea that we only pay attention to certain things based on what we hold to be important is called __.
Select one:
 a. Racism
 b. Selective attention
 c. Hegemony
 d. Fundamental attribution error
5 When socially powerful people use their influence to convince less powerful people it is in their best interest to do what is actually in the most powerful people’s best interest, that’s ___.
Select one:
 a. Hegemony
 b. Racism
 c. Fundamental Attribution Error
 d. Selective attention
6 Katie is late for an appointment. You’re more likely to conclude that Katie is inconsiderate or irresponsible than to attribute the lateness to a traffic accident or medical emergency. This is an example of a(n) ___.
Select one:
 a. Fundamental attribution error
 b. Social construction
 c. Avoidance error
 d. Universal value
7 Xenophobia is the fear of people who are different from oneself.
Select one:
 a. False
 b. True
8 When you identify as a Republican or Democrat; A Michigan fan or a State fan, or any other group identification, this is an example of your ___ identity.
Select one:
 a. Regional
 b. Structural
 c. Personal
 d. Social
9 The following statements are all examples of ___.
•   People from Ohio are bad drivers.
•   Blonds are not smart.
•   Germans are stubborn.
Select one:
 a. Stereotypes
 b. Personal identities
 c. Social identities
 d. Shame cultures
10 James grew up in a community where there is a sense of the divine in everyday life. Michael grew up in a community were life’s problems are seen in terms of science and human ideas. James grew up in a __ culture and Michael grew up in a ___ culture.  
Select one:
 a. Spiritual; Secular
 b. Secular; Shame
 c. Guilt; secular
 d. Secular; Spiritual
11 Judy feels a deep connection to her hometown, and often volunteers with different organizations in her free time. Judy’s sense of involvement in her community demonstrates a strong level of ____.
Select one:
 a. Hegemony
 b. Social capital
 c. Guilt
 d. Secular culture connection
12 Cultural taxonomies take cultural patterns - beliefs, values, norms, and social practices - and divide them in different ways in an effort to make them easier to understand and appreciate.
Select one:
 a. True
 b. False
13 In high context cultures, relationships begin and end quickly, people stand farther apart, and speed is valued.
Select one:
 a. True
 b. False
14 Abby was taught by her family to question authority. She was raised in a small power distance culture.
Select one:
 a. False
 b. True
15 ___ uncertainty avoidance cultures have an extensive list of rules in place to maintain order. ___ uncertainty avoidance cultures believe it is necessary to have some dissent among members.
Select one:
 a. Low; High
 b. High; Low
16 Scott runs his company with an iron fist. His word is final, and his employees comply if they wish to remain there. Scott is an example of a ___ manager.
Select one:
 a. Indulgent
 b. Feminine
 c. Low power distance
 d. High power distance
17 In ___ cultures, the needs of the group are more important than the needs of one person.
Select one:
 a. High power distance
 b. Collectivistic
 c. Individualistic
 d. Indulgent
18 In an ___ culture, I am concerned about myself and perhaps my immediate family, but I do not believe I should be responsible for anyone else.
Select one:
 a. Indulgent
 b. High power distance
 c. Individualistic
 d. Collectivistic
19 Cultures that promote a short-term orientation toward life admire persistence, thriftiness, and humility.
Select one:
 a. True
 b. False
20 Bryce would rather spend a day playing board games with his family than buy a bunch of new toys. He is an example of somebody demonstrating ____.
Select one:
 a. Uncertainty avoidance
 b. High restraint
 c. Low restraint
 d. Individualism
21 Maggie loves to shop. She can always be seen in beautiful new clothes and driving a nice truck. She also takes at least three trips every year. Maggie is an example of someone who demonstrates ___.
Select one:
 a. Low restraint
 b. High restraint
 c. Individualism
 d. Uncertainty avoidance
22 Masculine cultures take pride in achievement and ambition.
Select one:
 a. False
 b. True
23 In high context cultures, relationships build slowly and are dependent on trust. Change happens very slowly.
Select one:
 a. False
 b. True
24 Art, music, literature, clothing and architecture are examples of subjective culture.
Select one:
 a. False
 b. True
25 Self-direction, stimulation, hedonism, achievement, power and security are examples of ___.
Select one:
 a. Classification
 b. Speech code
 c. Personal identities
 d. Universal values
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1 __ are categories to which we see ourselves belonging. ___ are categories with which we do not associate or cooperate. Select one:  a. Outgroups, Reference groups  b. In-groups; Out-groups  c. In-groups; Social constructs  d. Out-groups; In-Groups

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2 We value reference groups because they provide guidance on topics of interest. Select one:  a. True  b. False

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3 Identities involve ___, a mental process of grouping things, attributes, behaviors, and people into like clusters. Select one:  a. Social constructions  b. Reference groups  c. Ideology  d. Categorization

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4 The idea that we only pay attention to certain things based on what we hold to be important is called __. Select one:  a. Racism  b. Selective attention  c. Hegemony  d. Fundamental attribution error

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5 When socially powerful people use their influence to convince less powerful people it is in their best interest to do what is actually in the most powerful people’s best interest, that’s ___. Select one:  a. Hegemony  b. Racism  c. Fundamental Attribution Error  d. Selective attention

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6 Katie is late for an appointment. You’re more likely to conclude that Katie is inconsiderate or irresponsible than to attribute the lateness to a traffic accident or medical emergency. This is an example of a(n) ___. Select one:  a. Fundamental attribution error  b. Social construction  c. Avoidance error  d. Universal value

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7 Xenophobia is the fear of people who are different from oneself. Select one:  a. False  b. True

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8 When you identify as a Republican or Democrat; A Michigan fan or a State fan, or any other group identification, this is an example of your ___ identity. Select one:  a. Regional  b. Structural  c. Personal  d. Social

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9 The following statements are all examples of ___. •   People from Ohio are bad drivers. •   Blonds are not smart. •   Germans are stubborn. Select one:  a. Stereotypes  b. Personal identities  c. Social identities  d. Shame cultures

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10 James grew up in a community where there is a sense of the divine in everyday life. Michael grew up in a community were life’s problems are seen in terms of science and human ideas. James grew up in a __ culture and Michael grew up in a ___ culture.   Select one:  a. Spiritual; Secular  b. Secular; Shame  c. Guilt; secular  d. Secular; Spiritual

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11 Judy feels a deep connection to her hometown, and often volunteers with different organizations in her free time. Judy’s sense of involvement in her community demonstrates a strong level of ____. Select one:  a. Hegemony  b. Social capital  c. Guilt  d. Secular culture connection

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12 Cultural taxonomies take cultural patterns - beliefs, values, norms, and social practices - and divide them in different ways in an effort to make them easier to understand and appreciate. Select one:  a. True  b. False

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13 In high context cultures, relationships begin and end quickly, people stand farther apart, and speed is valued. Select one:  a. True  b. False

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