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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Europeans see government as what?
(b) Something to be feared.
(c) Head of the family.
(d) The enemy.
2. The media in Norway, and much of Europe, is taught to do what?
(a) Question the United States.
(b) Question everything.
(c) Shut out anything that is controversial to the European lifestyle.
(d) Destroy the European lifestyle.
3. Muslim immigrants are usually from where, which means they are more conservative and against Western values?
(b) Large cities.
(c) Poor, remote villages.
(d) Wealthy nations.
4. Who is vigilant to keep new Muslim immigrants on the Islam "straight and narrow?"
(a) European leaders.
(b) The leaders of Muslim countries.
(c) Muslim communities.
(d) Religious leaders.
5. What does the European tolerance of differences in beliefs plus the lack of help in integrating into their new home, create?
(a) An environment of isolation for the Muslim community.
(b) A "separate but equal" state.
(c) A content, yet isolated Muslim community.
(d) A comfortable way for both Muslims and Europeans to live in peace.
Short Answer Questions
1. She argued that if Europe continues to do what, the result will be the "preservation of the migrant's separateness, particularisms," and reason for them to maintain the legal ideals of their countries of origin?
2. These Muslims are mostly of _________ descent.
3. What belief is cultivated in the Muslim culture?
4. When the narrator moved to Norway, he was impressed with what?
5. Immigrant Muslims take advantage of ________________________ of the European community.
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is Ann Lindh? Describe her work.
2. What is Paris becoming? How does the author support this?
3. Describe immigration and integration in Europe.
4. How and why has Europe come to this point regarding their immigrants?
5. What did many Europeans believe about George Bush?
6. Describe attacks on gays by Muslims. How did the authorities respond to these attacks?
7. What did the narrator encounter in Norway?
8. According to the author, there is a clear difference between American and European thinking. What is this difference?
9. What is a cultural practice among Muslims that would be legally punished if practiced by other groups in European countries? What is Wikan's response to this?
10. Why is the European media so different from the media in the U.S.?
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