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What are the 4 tenants (or types) of colorblind racism?

1. Abstract liberalism
2. Naturalization of personal preferences
3. Cultural racism
4. Minimization

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: Sees discrimination toward minorities as individual act, not institutional or structural.

Abstract liberalism

3

Which type of colorblind racism is this: The dominant group sees racial inequalities as natural occurrences and the result of personal preferences

Naturalization of personal preferences

4

Which type of colorblind racism is this: Overlooks historical, institutional, and structural discrimination

Abstract liberalism

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: everyone is at liberty to choose in a free society and inequality stems from personal preferences

Naturalization of personal preferences

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: Dominant group emphasizes the “pull yourself up by bootstrap” ideology,

Abstract liberalism

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: Advantaged group thinks disadvantaged group is poor because they have “inferior culture” and have failed to adopt “normal” culture.

Cultural racism

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: dominant group assumes every racial group has gained equal access to education, housing, and employment.

Abstract liberalism

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: “People of color should work hard to reach their goal without special support, such as the Affirmative Action program.”

Abstract liberalism

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: “Blacks and Latinos are poor because they are lazy and don’t work hard.”

Cultural racism

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: The dominant group perceives that racism is no longer prevalent or no longer exists after the struggles of the Civil Rights Movement. 

Minimization

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: criticizes minority groups for their dysfunctional cultural and family values. 

Cultural racism

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: Dominate groups claims that the residential segregation and preferences result from a normal social process, and nothing has to do with discrimination against Others.

Naturalization of personal preferences

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: These condemnations strongly connect to the previous two frames where the bootstrap concept and personal preferences are rationalized by the dominant group.

Cultural racism

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: Dominant groups views minorities as “hypersensitive” and “too race conscious.”

Minimization

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: “Blacks in the inner city choose to live near Blacks, so they choose to go to bad schools.”

Naturalization of personal preferences

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: allows the dominant group to deny the racial inequality claimed by minorities. 

Minimization

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: Used to explain lower socioeconomic standing of minority groups

Cultural racism

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: talk “qualified” the dominant group to become the oppressed against whom minority groups like to play the race card.

Minimization

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Which type of colorblind racism is this: “If people all could be more color-blind, society would be more peaceful and better off.” 

Minimization

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What is the difference between the old view and new view of alcoholism?

Old view: moral failing, sin of excess
New view: genetic tendencies, biochemical, runs in families

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Is the Cocaine vs crack sentencing an institutional or structural racism?

institutional racism

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The Biomedical model, is a model of illness that excludes psychological and social factors and includes ONLY ________ factors in an attempt to understand a person's medical illness or disorder.

biologic

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The __________ model, is a model of illness that excludes psychological and social factors and includes ONLY biological factors in an attempt to understand a person's medical illness or disorder.

Biomedical

25

Currently what is the biggest killer in our society, infections diseases or chronic diseases?

Chronic diseases

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What is the difference between upstream, midstream, and downstream causes of illness?

Upstream social determinants of health refers to the macro factors that comprise social structural influences on health and health systems, government policies, and the social, physical, economic and environmental factors that determine health.

Midstream social determinants of health including health behaviors and psychosocial factors

Downstream social determinants of health includes physiological and biological factors

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Is this risk factor/ social determinant of health downstream, midstream, or upstream: biological

downstream

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Is this risk factor/ social determinant of health downstream, midstream, or upstream: behavioral

midstream

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Is this risk factor/ social determinant of health downstream, midstream, or upstream: societal

midstream

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Is this risk factor/ social determinant of health downstream, midstream, or upstream: structural

upstream

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the circumstances in which people are born, grow up, live, work, and age, as well as the systems put in place to deal with illness.

social determinants of health

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Social determinants theory (of health) states that ______ ______ can determine a person’s health.

social status

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______ __________ theory (of _______) states that social status can determine a person’s health.

Social determinants
health

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_______ care and ______ care systems are not very important in predicting outcomes like mortality rates, life expectancy, and quality of life.

Medical
health

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Medical care and health care systems are important for ________.

morbidity

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_______ care and ______ care systems are important for morbidity.

Medical
health

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Medical care and health care systems are not very important in predicting outcomes like _______ rates, _____ ________, and _______ of life.

mortality
life expectancy
quality