Quiz – Week 3
- During this stage of Helm’s White Racial Identity Development Model, individuals deny the existence of racism.
- Which of the following is considered a part of culture?
- What does the “R” in the ADDRESSING-GSA model refer to?
- Microaggressions can be:
- Which of the following is NOT one of the developmental domains of the Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies?
- In the dissonance stage of Sue and Sue’s Racial/Cultural Identity Development Model, :
- At the level, oppression can be based on dehumanizing interpersonal interactions with others that occur over time. At the level, oppression manifests itself in the form of rules, policies, laws, and institutions that create inequities for marginalized individuals.
- According to the Multicultural and Social Justice Competencies, cultural and social justice competence is and .
- In Phinney’s Ethnic Identity Development Model, stage is a result of successful exploration of ethnic identity:
- Intersectionality is:
- In the contact stage of Helm’s White Racial Identity Development Model, individuals:
- In the stage of Cross’s Nigrescence Model, individuals develop secure and positive internalization of African American identity.
- The socioecological model includes the following spheres EXCEPT:
- We can attribute to the ecological systems theory of development.
- is the process of high levels of societal oppression and stigma for members of historically marginalized groups leading to negative health outcomes.
- During the stage of the Atkinson, Morten, and Sue’s Racial/Cultural Identity Development Model, individuals develop appreciation toward their racial and cultural group while rejecting the dominant culture.
- In the pre-encounter stage of Cross’ Nigrescence Model, individuals:
- In the stage of Helm’s People of Color Racial Identity Model, individuals integrate their racial identity with other aspects of self-identity.
- The original Multicultural Counseling Competencies, developed in 1992, include three competencies:
- is a social category that people give meaning to, such as race, ethnicity, gender, affectional orientation, age, ability status, religion, spirituality, and social class.