Older women are discriminated in society by?
According to the textbook, the stereotype of successful Asian-Americans has the effect of:
This African-American Sociologist has suggested that the African-American experience with regards to race is waning, and that social class is comparatively more important in determining life chances.
According to information on the growth of the Asian-American population in the textbook:
Fatalismo refers to:
Gender stratification is the association of some activities as either male or female.
The _, rather than a professional counselor, may be the first person an African-American individual turns to for guidance.
Many African-American homes are headed by
According to __and_ ( ) traditional feminine traits (e.g., empathy, intuitiveness, cooperation, affiliation) are often devalued in U.S. culture, so that female clients often learn to devalue these traits in themselves.
Instead of promoting individual needs and personal identity, Asian families tend to have a family and group orientation.
Twelve-year-old Jennifer begins to experience intense heart palpitations prior to a math test. She does not believe she is good at math because through messages from her family, teachers and media, she is not supposed to excel at math because she is a girl. Jennifer is likely experiencing
For traditionally oriented Arab-Americans, opposite-sex discussions with people other than family members can be problematic.
According to the notes, the majority of individuals who seek counseling are_________
According to the notes, there is one set of beliefs/values that is representative of all Arabs.
According to and_ ( ) counselors should address spiritual issues with female clients because women are more likely than are men to turn to spiritual practices to address life problems and to integrate spirituality into their daily life routines.
According to the textbook, older women are discriminated in society by
Turner and Pope, 2009 suggested that for Native-Americans identification with their own race can be problematic.
Atkins (2004) suggests not ignoring within-group differences in counseling—such as
Of the following Latino nationalities, which is the largest residing in the U.S.?
African-American marriages differ from Caucasian marriages in that there is greater equality between husband and wife—this is known as marriages.
As married women enter the work-force, most continue to do most of the housework/childcare.
According to the textbook, feminism is a frequently misunderstood term that refers to efforts directed toward gender equality.
Latinos, may have separate rules/expectations for females versus males in the family unit. Greater ‘__’ is expected of females; males have greater latitude with sexual ‘___.’
According to the notes, socialization has no limitations.
Sexual Harassment is unwelcome sexual attention at work or at school, in the form of
Native-Americans are called the ‘visible’ minority.
Proverbs 19:21 addresses God’s sovereignty.
Acculturative stress has been linked to:
Of the Arab community residing in the U.S., most are older.
Native-Americans have suffered greatly as a result of
Professional _ women face significant stress related to their position of upward mobility, which often entails emotional consequences.
The catalyst for the exponential growth in the U.S. Latino population is
African-American ______ provides a foundation for financial security and is an important engine for wealth accumulation.
According to the notes _, stated ‘Blacks are often thought of as reflecting powerlessness on the one hand and unthinking rage on the other.’
California had the largest percentage of Native-Americans.
According to the notes, Native-Americans have a ______ clan system, with communal sharing of land and food.