. QUESTION 1 During the Great Depression and World War II, what…

Question Answered step-by-step . QUESTION 1 During the Great Depression and World War II, what… . QUESTION 1During the Great Depression and World War II, what happened to the active recruitment of new immigrants to Canada?               a.            It increased for all groups that were Canada’s allies during the war.               b.            It ended for all groups except those from Britain and the United States.               c.            It remained stable compared to the previous decade.               d.            It ended for all groups of people.QUESTION 2Maria was forced to flee her home and leave her family, friends, job, and material possessions behind. She sought protection in Canada and had to wait a long time for a decision to be made on her case. She also had to deal with the stress of loss and the violence of her pre-migration experience. Which term best describes Marie’s migration?               a.            voluntary               b.            consensual               c.            permanent               d.            involuntaryQUESTION 3Following the bombing of Pearl Harbour during World War II, the Canadian government set up internment camps, confiscated personal property, and forced deportation for some immigrants and Canadian citizens. Which country were these individuals from?               a.            China               b.            Japan               c.            Italy               d.            GermanyQUESTION 4Maria is an Italian citizen and has lived in Italy all her life. Her two sons moved to Canada 10 years ago, and they are now Canadian citizens. One of her sons asked her to come and live permanently with his family in Canada. He has started the immigration paperwork and has signed a legal undertaking of assistance that he will support her financially in Canada. If Maria is accepted, how will she immigrate to Canada?               a.            as a protected person               b.            as a federal skilled worker               c.            as a family class sponsorship               d.            as a live-in caregiverQUESTION 5Antonio immigrated to Canada a year ago. Since then he has successfully established a strong social network of friends, neighbors, work colleagues, and parents from his children’s school. Using the Canadian Council for Refugees’ Best Settlement Practices for Refugees and Immigrants in Canada as a guideline, what does this indicate about Antonio?               a.            He has been successful with the political dimensions of long-term integration.               b.            He has been successful with the social dimensions of long-term integration.               c.            He has been successful with the political dimensions of his short-term settlement               d.            He has been successful with the social dimensions of his short-term settlement in Canada.QUESTION 6Van was a doctor in Vietnam and has immigrated to Canada. The only job she could get in Canada was in a fast-food restaurant. Which major settlement issue for internationally trained immigrants is this an example of?               a.            family reunification               b.            language training               c.            community integration               d.            credential recognitionQUESTION 7Mohammad is a skilled worker living in Jordan and is looking to immigrate to Canada. Which immigration category would he apply to?               a.            economic class               b.            family class               c.            protected persons class               d.            refugee classQUESTION 8Lee has just moved to Canada. He is beginning the process of trying to adapt to this new culture. What is this process called?               a.            acclimatization               b.            emigration               c.            integration               d.            assimilationQUESTION 9What is the name of the agency that is mandated to lead and coordinate international action to protect refugees and resolve refugee problems worldwide?               a.            United Nations High Commission for Refugees               b.            Immigration and Refugee Board               c.            International Committee for Refugee Protection               d.            Canadian Council for RefugeesQUESTION 10Farida has come from Afghanistan to live in Canada permanently. Prior to moving to Canada and in her first few years here, Farida’s health was ideal. As the years passed, she experienced difficulties settling in and integrating into her new culture and Farida’s health began to decline. She now requires several medications daily. What has Farida experienced?               a.            culture shock               b.            healthy immigrant effect               c.            post-traumatic stress disorder               d.            repatriationQUESTION 11Racial discrimination that occurs in protected social areas is against the law. True False QUESTION 12You and your friend are having a discussion about race. Your friend says “People are just people. I don’t see colour. We’re all just human.” What are your friend’s comments an example of?               a.            white supremacy               b.            colourblindness               c.            reverse discrimination               d.            white privilegeQUESTION 13When a person uses racial slurs in the workplace, according to the Ontario Human Rights Commission, this is an example of:a. racial harassmentb. systemic discriminationc. stereotyping d. All of the above QUESTION 14In a job advertisement, XYZ Company asks candidates to submit a resumé before July 21. On July 19th, candidate M, who is black, arrives in person at XYZ to hand in her resumé and cover letter. The company representative appears shocked, tells M that the position is filled, and refuses to accept her resumé. The following day, using M’s resumé and cover letter, M’s white friend arrives in person at XYZ Company, hands in the resumé and cover letter, and is given a date for a job interview for the advertised position. What is this an example of?               a.            racial harassment               b.            racial profiling               c.            racial prejudice               d.            racial discriminationQUESTION 15The Ontario Human Rights Code protects from racial discrimination relating to: employment; services, goods and facilities; housing and accommodation; contracts; and membership in trade and vocational associations.True FalseQUESTION 16According to the Ontario Human Rights Commission, systemic racial discrimination in the workplace could include:Penalizing a racialized person for not getting along with other employees at work when discrimination is the cause of the tensionNot providing equal chances for training or development to racialized peopleManagers treating racialized people differentlyAll of the aboveQUESTION 17Race is a social construct that classifies people into groups based on physical differences which society chooses to emphasize.True FalseQUESTION 18According to the Ontario Human Rights Commission, a company that routinely offers better opportunities for advancement to only its non-racialized employees is engaging in:racial harassmentsystemic discriminationstereotypingall of the aboveQUESTION 19Canada has always welcomed immigrants of all races and every country.TrueFalseQUESTION 20Racial harassment according to the Ontario Human Rights Code can include:Racial slurs, name-calling, nicknames or jokesracial cartoons or graffitibeing singled out becasue of religion, dress, ancestry, place of origin or ethnic originall of the aboveQUESTION 21A woman walks into the emergency room at the hospital and refuses to be helped by any nurse except one that is Caucasian. She begins to yell at the staff, “I want a white nurse, why can I not have a white nurse?” What form of racism is this an example of?InteractionalRepresentationalDiscursiverepresentationalQUESTION 22Racialization involves connecting traits and attributes to people based on perceptions about their race and that could include the following features used to racialize a person: accents; hair textures; manner of speech; name; clothing; diet; and beliefs.TrueFalseQUESTION 23According to the Ontario Human Rights Commission, an emergency first responder who immediately assumes that an Indigenous person does not have a medical condition when arriving at the scene is engaging in:racial harassmentsystemic discriminationstereotypingall of the aboveQUESTION 24According to the Ontario Human Rights Commission, racism isA social phenomenonAn ideology (even an unconscious one) about inherent superiorityEmbedded in established systems and organizational practices and connected to powerAll of the above Social Science Sociology SOC 166 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)

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