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Beverly Daniel Tatum
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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. According to the author in Part III, Understanding Whiteness in a White Context, Chapter 6, The Development of White Identity, whites are initially unaware how the internalization and socialization of what has affected them?
(a) Nativism.
(b) Racism.
(c) Contact.
(d) White nationalism.

2. What governmental agency is represented by the initials OMB?
(a) Office of Military and Building.
(b) Office of Maritme Boating regulations.
(c) Office of Management and Budget.
(d) Office of Merchants and Bankers.

3. Native American groups constitute around how many people, according to the author?
(a) 2 million.
(b) 750,000.
(c) 250,000.
(d) 5 million.

4. What was a case in which the US Supreme Court affirmed that Alabama's anti-miscegenation statute was constitutional?
(a) Pace v. Alabama.
(b) Brown v. Board of Education.
(c) Loving v. Virginia.
(d) Roberts v. Colorado.

5. What means asserting, resulting from, or characterized by belief in the equality of all people, especially in political, economic, or social life?
(a) Autonomy.
(b) Egalitarian.
(c) Ambiguity.
(d) Immersion.

Short Answer Questions

1. What concept defined by the author holds the extended family as a reference group for social support?

2. What is the fifth of five stages that whites pass through in dealing with race, according to the author in Part III, Understanding Whiteness in a White Context, Chapter 6, The Development of White Identity?

3. When did the Virginia General Assembly pass "The Racial Integrity Act" and "The Sterilization Act"?

4. What occur when a perpetrator targets a victim because of his or her perceived membership in a certain social group, usually defined by racial group, religion, sexual orientation, disability, class, etc.?

5. What word refers to the mixing of different racial groups through marriage, cohabitation, sexual relations, and procreation?

Short Essay Questions

1. How is biracial development approached by the author in Part IV, Beyond Black and White, Chapter 9, Identity Development in Multiracial Families?

2. What reactions can result from attempts to relate one's subculture to a broader culture, according to the author in Part IV, Beyond Black and White, Chapter 8, Critical Issues in Latino, American Indian, and Asian Pacific American Identity Development?

3. What is the effect of white resistance to racism, according to the author in Part III, Understanding Whiteness in a White Context, Chapter 6, The Development of White Identity?

4. How does the author suggest we as individuals seek the courage to open racial dialogues in Part V, Breaking the Silence, Chapter 10, Embracing a Cross-Racial Dialogue?

5. How does Tatum describe the development of white identity in Part III, Understanding Whiteness in a White Context, Chapter 6, The Development of White Identity?

6. What conceptions of affirmative action does Tatum distinguish between in Part III, Understanding Whiteness in a White Context, Chapter 7, White Identity and Affirmative Action?

7. What misconception does the author attempt to clear away in Part IV, Beyond Black and White, Chapter 9, Identity Development in Multiracial Families?

8. What is Tatum's response when white individuals in her seminars present reverse discrimination in regards to affirmative action in Part III, Understanding Whiteness in a White Context, Chapter 7, White Identity and Affirmative Action?

9. What does Beverly Tatum believe regarding racial dialogue in America, as discussed in Part V, Breaking the Silence, Chapter 10, Embracing a Cross-Racial Dialogue?

10. What problems does Tatum discuss which can result from the different concepts of affirmative action in Part III, Understanding Whiteness in a White Context, Chapter 7, White Identity and Affirmative Action?

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