A+ answers of the following questions

Posted: July 31st, 2022

1.  Question :  In comparing race relations in the UnitedState and Brazil, some researchers emphasize that
the lightening effect of money is not likely to change as Black Brazilian men become more prosperous.
since the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, there has been more structural equality for Blacks in the United States, compared to Brazil.
affirmative action is less vigorously practiced in Brazil than in the United States.
both countries practice hypodescent for individuals of mixed Black and White race.

2.  Question :  Australian aboriginal culture
has like Hawaiian indigenous culture been appropriated by commercial interests as tourist attractions.
has largely remained under Aboriginal control, including practices of environmental conservation.
has been eradicated along with most of the aboriginal population.
has merged into Australian mainstream culture as the aboriginal population has moved through all major stages of assimilation.

3.  Question :  The Principle of Rhetorical Inclusion and Practical Exclusion describes
situations where actual racial and ethnic relations do not match their rosy descriptions by government leaders.
the practice of including racial minorities in public discourse but excluding them from access to good jobs and higher education.
the practice of self-help by minority groups, whereby they withdraw from mainstream society.
government attempts to exclude racial prejudice and discrimination from public and social life.

1. Question :  A current trend is
a direction of recent developments, general theme, or pattern of events.
a perceived tendency of most members of racial and ethnic groups to behave in certain ways, based on accurate and exact statistical measurements.
a fashion or popular craze that can sweep an entire society in a new, unpredictable direction.
a change in attitudes and behavior based mainly on economic events such as a boom or a recession.

2.  Question :  The trend in U.S. government health initiatives such as Healthy People Initiative and Project Reach has been to
identify health problems in the population but not recommend changes in specific lifestyle habits involving diet and exercise.
identify health problems in the population and fund innovative solutions to them on local levels.
identify health problems in the population and recommend specific life style changes that are likely to correct them.
funnel money to organizations that build clinics in low-income neighborhood.

3.  Question :  The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights
has been adopted as a principle for public policy toward minority groups throughout the democratic world.
was derived from the U.S. Constitution in its entirety.
does not provide for either universal education or a right to gratifying work.
asserts to be rights many solutions to poverty that would also be solutions to structural racial and ethnic inequalities in the United States.

1.  Question :  An indicator called “the gradient” of health and wealth shows that
disease rates and longevity are uniformly independent of income and more closely tied to the health and longevity of individuals’ close family members.
longevity increases with family assets but not income and overall health is unaffected by family assets.
as wealth increases, health declines, because the consumption of luxury goods and expensive food and beverages is often debilitating.
health gets better with wealth and in general the rich consistently live longer than the poor.

2.  Question :  UNESCO’s Statement on Race and Race Relations claims that
racial prejudice and discrimination cannot be eradicated but compensations can be made for it.
racial prejudice remains a mystery that requires further study.
the correction of racial prejudice should be a private matter for individuals to solve morally.
only a world government will be able to effectively address racial prejudice and discrimination.

3.  Question :  In the case of concerns about Middle Eastern terrorists and racial profiling, it should be remembered that
most Middle Eastern Americans are law abiding and innocent of terrorist intentions.
it does not violate individual rights if a few are subjected to the inconvenience of false arrest in order to protect large numbers of people.
ordinary civil liberties are justifiably suspended for all members of groups who come from nations with which the U.S. is at war.
racial profiling may be the most efficient way to intervene in terrorist plots because Middle Eastern terrorists do share the same general appearance.

1.  Question :  Hate crimes suggest the following about U.S. communities:
Communities where hate crimes exist must contain more than an average number of cruel and bad people.
Communities where hate crimes exist must be suffering from general oppressions in the past, especially poverty and economic exploitation.
All U.S. communities should take responsibility for their collective attitudes towards minority racial groups and how members of those groups are treated on a daily basis.
Because hate crimes are committed by isolated and demented individuals, they do not suggest anything about U.S. communities.

2.  Question :  Immigration from Europe in recent years
has continued at its previous high rate, except that more skilled Europeans arrive.
has tended to originate from Northern Europe, due to economic difficulties in the Euro-zone.
has slowed to a trickle as the economies of European nations have grown over the twentieth century.
has continued to be dominated by impoverished peoples from Southern and Eastern Europe.

3.  Question :  Transracial adoption in the United States
has enabled almost a million White families to adopt Black children.
has mostly consisted of the adoption of Asian children from abroad, by White families.
has consistently been encouraged by the National Association of Black Social workers.
is widely seen as a solution to conditions of dire poverty in racial minority families.

1.  Question :  Research regarding racial profiling has suggested that
racial profiling has a deterrent effects on would-be criminals.
racial profiling does not increase the overall arrest rate for drug and weapon possession.
racial profiling may be justified, because members of racial minorities are already disproportionately convicted of felonies and serving time in prison.
racial profiling both makes sense given limited police resources and the feeling of security it imparts to innocent members of racial minorities who the police “profile.”

2.  Question :  Immigration from Europe in recent years
has continued at its previous high rate, except that more skilled Europeans arrive.
has tended to originate from Northern Europe, due to economic difficulties in the Euro-zone.
has slowed to a trickle as the economies of European nations have grown over the twentieth century.
has continued to be dominated by impoverished peoples from Southern and Eastern Europe.

 

3.  Question :  An indicator called “the gradient” of health and wealth shows that
disease rates and longevity are uniformly independent of income and more closely tied to the health and longevity of individuals’ close family members.
longevity increases with family assets but not income and overall health is unaffected by family assets.
as wealth increases, health declines, because the consumption of luxury goods and expensive food and beverages is often debilitating.
health gets better with wealth and in general the rich consistently live longer than the poor.

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