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anita Juarez, a Mexican American woman, moves swiftly in personnel relations, but is blocked in her efforts to move into marketing, the key to executive positions. this is an example of A. reverse discrimination B. glass walls C. affirmative action D. glass ceilings
Weegy: b. glass walls. User: immigrants A. have lover divorce rates than natives B. are more likely to form single parent households than natives C. are less likely to ever receive public assistance than are natives D. have a resistance to learning english Weegy: Immigrants a. have lower divorce rates than natives. User: nancy works in marketing. though her ad campaigns are the most successful in the firm, she has never been offered a management position, though she's seen many younger, less talented men promoted to management over her 30 year tenure. sociologists describe this phenomenon with the term A. glass walls B. the glass ceiling C. sexual harassment D. the mommy track (More)
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Stay-at-home mothers who must enter the work force following a divorce or death of a spouse, only to find part-time service work, are described as A. displaced homemakers B. on the mommy track C. paying the mommy tax D. all of these
Weegy: The answer is a. displaced homemakers. User: a prejudice person develops more tolerant views when he moves to a community where people are less prejudice. this is an example of A. exploration theory B. normative theory C. authoritarian personality theory D. scapegoating theory Weegy: the answer is letter "D. Scapegoating theory" User: glass walls describe a. obstacles to entry into law and medicine by minorities b. movement of minorities up the corporate ladder but short of top managements positions c. barriers to lateral movement into areas that provide for advancement d. discrimination faced by customers in restaurant service Weegy: Glass walls describe: barriers to lateral movement into areas that provide for advancement. User: which of the following is not an example of racial profiling? a. elmo randolph, a black dentist, was stopped dozens of times by the police while driving to and from work b. arab american secret service agent, wailed shatter, was prevented from flying on american airlines c. high schools and colleges use indians as mascots for sports teams d. henry louis gates, jr a black harvard university professor, was arrested in his own home for disorderly conduct Weegy: Among the following choices, this statement d. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., a black Harvard University professor, was arrested in his own home for disorderly conduct, is NOT an example of racial profiling. (More)
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the tendency to assume that one's culture and way of life are superior to all others is known as A. cultural relativism B. discrimination C. exploitation D. ethnocentrism
Weegy: The tendency to assume that one's culture and way of life are superior to all others is termed Ethnocentrism. User: the 1964 civil rights act led to the establishment of the A. glass ceiling commission B. fair employment practices C. equal employment opportunity commission D. affirmative action board User: a dimension of gender stratification, which occurs more than 2 million times each year is A. women losing custody of a child B. violence against women C. women sharing housework with men D. women be arrested for violent crime Weegy: A dimension of gender stratification, which occurs more than 2 million times each year, is a b. violence against women. User: what is ethnicity paradox? A. the emphasis on ethnic foods and ethnically associated political associations instead of deeper ties B. the maintenance of one's ethnic ties in a way that can assist with one's assimilation in larger society C. the belief that one's own culture is not as good as the dominant culture in society D. the social acceptance of prejudice toward white ethnics Weegy: The ethnicity paradox is b. The maintenance of one?s ethnic ties in a way that can assist with one?s assimilation in larger society. User: sociologist consider Jewish Americans an ethnic group because A. they share a cultural tradition that goes beyond religion B. their religion is their culture C. they are a religious minority D. Christianity is the dominate faith in the u.s. Weegy: Sociologists consider Jewish Americans an ethnic group because a. they share a cultural tradition that goes beyond religion. User: the concept introduced by civil rights activist stokely Carmichael and political scientists Charles Hamilton which refers to covert acts committed collectively against an entire group is A. institutional racism B. institutional discrimination C. institutional prejudice D. institutional deprivation Weegy: Civil rights activist Stokely Carmichael and political scientist Charles Hamilton introduced ... (More)
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which of the following is NOT descriptive of institutional discrimination? A. individuals choose not to hire people who belong to subordinate groups B. it is frequently unintended and unconscious C. it is part of policies and rules D. conventional practices that favor dominate groups
Weegy: c. It is frequently unintended and unconscious.. User: which of the following statements about the 1920s quota system is true? A. equal numbers were allowed in from each country sending immigrants B. exceptions were made for immigrants from any European country C. the system was deliberately weighted in favor of immigrants from northern Europe D. Asian and African immigrants with advanced skills or education were allowed to enter in large numbers as long as they did not bring families along Weegy: The answer is a. Equal numbers were allowed in from each country sending immigrants. User: which of the following is not considered an ethnic group? A. Puerto rican new Yorkers B. greek americans C. white americans D> jewish americans Weegy: The answer is c. White Americans User: in what ways has the government attempted to eliminate discrimination? A. enacted laws against redlining B. established the equal employment opportunity commission C. ruled against separate but equal educational practices D. all of these Weegy: The answer of "User: In what ways has the government attempted to eliminate discrimination?" is B. established the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. User: which concept refers to social inequality among age categories within a society? A.agesim B. age stratification C. age cohorts D. age discrimination Weegy: A. Ageism refers to social inequality among age categories within a society. (More)
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