All Our Kin: Strategies for Survival in a Black Community Multiple Choice Test Questions

Carol B. Stack
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Introduction

1. What does Stack call the inability to understand and research?
(a) Lack of ability.
(b) Failure to understand.
(c) Incapacity.
(d) Neo-colonialism.

2. Who did researchers usually establish their first contacts with?
(a) Men.
(b) Leaders of the community.
(c) Families.
(d) Women.

3. What type of people did researchers establish contact with?
(a) Leaders of the community.
(b) Women in power.
(c) Mothers.
(d) Men in power.

4. Who did Stack want to establish contact with?
(a) Men in power.
(b) Single women.
(c) Single men.
(d) Poor families.

5. How did Stack come in contact with the families she studied?
(a) She found them on her own.
(b) Through a young woman in the community.
(c) By befriending children.
(d) By holding a meet and greet.

6. In what decade did Stack begin her study?
(a) 1950s.
(b) 1970s.
(c) 1960s.
(d) 1940s.

7. How were those who claimed to be the black leaders of the Flats viewed in their community?
(a) As very important.
(b) Respected.
(c) Expendable.
(d) Uppity.

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