Quiz – Week 7
- Multicultural Panelist Mariangelly Sierra describes her sexuality as “pansexual.” Pansexual is:
- Systemic oppression refers to:
- The Association for Spiritual, Ethical and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC) developed counseling competencies which include all of the following EXCEPT:
- A Japanese client who was reluctant to look you in the eye during their counseling session would most likely be displaying:
- Multicultural Panelist Avis Garcia refers to cultural assimilation when describing her grandparent’s fear of Avis “losing” her Native American identity. What is assimilation?
- Research on gay and lesbian parents indicates:
- Racism is:
- Groups in which members share a cultural heritage from one generation to another.
- Implicit bias, also known as aversive racism,
- Failure to address issues of race and ethnicity in counseling can perpetuate by imposing a dominant cultural imperative on clients.
- An individual seeking to become part of the dominant society to the exclusion of one’s own cultural group is practicing.
- Racism contributes to:
- Ethnocentricity is:
- According to the Multicultural Panelist Avis Garcia, how many Indigenous North American/American Indian/Native American tribes are in the United States?
- Poverty is influenced by:
- Cultural power is:
- The color-blind approach comes from the viewpoint, that all people are viewed as equal.
- The integrated pattern of human behavior includes thoughts, communication, action, customs, beliefs, values, and instructions of a racial, ethnic, religious, or social group.
- Multicultural Panelist Christine Park shared she was unaware of her racial and ethnic identity until she left Hawaii, began questioning how her family arrived in Hawaii, and recognized the discrimination her family has experienced.
- According to Cross’s Nigrescence Model, which stage was Christine in when she first became aware of her racial and ethnic identity?