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Increased interest by White Americans in their ethnic background was spurred on by a. the war on poverty. b. several major ethnic motion pictures. c. increased consciousness of African
Americans. d. the prejudice against Blacks, Hispanics, and other non-White groups.
Increased interest by White Americans in their ethnic background was spurred on by: increased consciousness of African Americans
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User: Increased interest by White Americans in their ethnic background was spurred on by a. the war on poverty. b. several major ethnic motion pictures. c. increased consciousness of African Americans. d. the prejudice against Blacks, Hispanics, and other non-White groups.

Weegy: Increased interest by White Americans in their ethnic background was spurred on by: increased consciousness of African Americans
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User: The emphasis on ethnic foods and ethnically associated political issues was called __________ by Herbert Gans. a. symbolic ethnicity. b. ethnic paradox. c. ethnic identity. d. ethnic practices.

Weegy: c) symbolic ethnicity
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User: Every year Americans of Irish descent celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by attending parades, dressing in green, eating traditional Irish foods, and singing Irish ballads. Herbert Gans called this ___________. a. paradoxical b. symbolic ethnicity c. ethnically authentic d. a case of mistaken identity

Weegy: B, symbolicly ethnicity.
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User: The maintenance of one’s ethnic ties in a way that can assist with assimilation in larger society is referred to as a. integrated ethnicity. b. symbolic ethnicity. c. ethnicity paradox. d. integration.

Weegy: The maintenance of one's ethnic ties in a way that can assist with assimilation in larger society is referred to as c. ethnicity paradox.
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User: The concept respectable bigotry refers to a. poor Whites’ hostility toward African Americans. b. African American and Puerto Rican hostility toward one another. c. prejudice against White ethnics. d. the government’s attitudes toward racial and ethnic minorities.

Weegy: The answer is "prejudice against white ethnics"
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User: The acceptability of Polish jokes is an example of a. poor taste. b. symbolic ethnicity. c. respectable bigotry. d. ethnic paradox.

Weegy: c. respectable bigotry
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User: A group of _____ were sent to internment camps in Montana during World War II. a. Canadian Americans b. Italian Americans c. Columbian Americans d. Japanese Americans

Weegy: The answer is d. Japanese Americans
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User: The continuing portrayal of Italian Americans as gangsters is an example of a. ethnocentrism. b. respectable bigotry. c. nativism. d. xenophobia.

Weegy: The answer is d. xenophobia.
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User: The Italian padrone of the nineteenth century was a a. locally elected official. b. second-generation United States citizen. c. mass immigration movement. d. labor contractor.

Weegy: The answer is d. labor contractor.
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User: During WWII, many Italian Americans a. fought in the U.S. military against Italy. b. were confined in specific areas by the U.S. government. c. were placed in an internment camp in Montana. d. all of these





Weegy: c. were placed in an internment camp in Montana. During WWII, many Italian Americans were placed in an internment camp in Montana.
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