REVEL for Diversity in Families 10th Edition Zinn Eitzen Wells Test Bank

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ISBN-10: 0134028066

ISBN-13: 9780134028064 978-0134028064

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Title/Author: Baca Zinn

Chapter Number: 3

 

Question Counts Required:

Multiple Choice – 10 questions @ Bloom’s level: Understanding 10
Multiple Choice – 15 questions @ Bloom’s AAE 15
Short Answer – 5 questions @ Bloom’s AAE 5
Essay – 5 questions @ Bloom’s AAE 5
Total questions per chapter: 35

 

Note: Here starts 10 Multiple Choice Understanding level questions

Question Title  

M/C Question 1

 

Assessment Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem Factories and bakeries are examples of
Answer Choices  

  Answer Correct Answer (x) Feedback
a. social production.  X  
b. social reproduction.   Consider This: With industrialization, there became a division of labor both within the home and outside of it. LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
c. family-wage production.   Consider This: With industrialization, there became a division of labor both within the home and outside of it. LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
d.

 

industrial reproduction.   Consider This: With industrialization, there became a division of labor both within the home and outside of it. LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
Learning Objective LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
Topic/Concept  

Industrialization and Family Life

Difficulty Level

(mark X where applicable)

Easy Moderate Difficult
X    
Skill Level       (mark X where applicable)  

Understand the Concepts Apply What You Know Analyze It Evaluate It
X      

 

Question Title  

M/C Question 2

 

Assessment Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem A(n) ________ household is one that grew and shrunk as needs arose.
Answer Choices  

  Answer Correct Answer (x) Feedback
a. accordion  X  
b. extended   Consider This: Household sizes can be variable in nature. LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
c. nuclear   Consider This: Household sizes can be variable in nature. LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
d.

 

kinship   Consider This: Household sizes can be variable in nature. LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
Learning Objective LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
Topic/Concept  

Industrialization and Family Life

Difficulty Level

(mark X where applicable)

Easy Moderate Difficult
X    
Skill Level       (mark X where applicable)  

Understand the Concepts Apply What You Know Analyze It Evaluate It
X      

 

Question Title  

M/C Question 3

 

Assessment Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem Which of the following describes why children of poor families often worked outside of the home?
Answer Choices  

  Answer Correct Answer (x) Feedback
a. Their wages were necessary for the family’s survival.  X  
b. Their families believed in the need for apprenticeships.   Consider This: Family resources had a strong impact on the extension (or not) of childhood. LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
c. Their income was an effective way to attract a desirable mate.   Consider This: Family resources had a strong impact on the extension (or not) of childhood. LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
d.

 

Their parents did not believe in the idea of a childhood.   Consider This: Family resources had a strong impact on the extension (or not) of childhood. LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
Learning Objective LO 3.1: State the history of industrialization and its impact on family life
Topic/Concept  

Industrialization and Family Life

Difficulty Level

(mark X where applicable)

Easy Moderate Difficult
X    
Skill Level       (mark X where applicable)  

Understand the Concepts Apply What You Know Analyze It Evaluate It
X      

 

Question Title  

M/C Question 4

 

Assessment Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem In the early stages of industrialization, immigrants were primarily employed in
Answer Choices  

  Answer Correct Answer (x) Feedback
a. unskilled labor.  X  
b. management roles.   Consider This: Immigrants often found work in mines and railroads. LO 3.2: Explain effects on family life due to immigration between 1830 and 1930
c. political positions.   Consider This: Immigrants often found work in mines and railroads. LO 3.2: Explain effects on family life due to immigration between 1830 and 1930
d.

 

medical positions.   Consider This: Immigrants often found work in mines and railroads. LO 3.2: Explain effects on family life due to immigration between 1830 and 1930
Learning Objective LO 3.2: Explain effects on family life due to immigration between 1830 and 1930
Topic/Concept  

Immigration and Family Life

Difficulty Level

(mark X where applicable)

Easy Moderate Difficult
X    
Skill Level       (mark X where applicable)  

Understand the Concepts Apply What You Know Analyze It Evaluate It
X      

 

Question Title  

M/C Question 5

 

Assessment Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem Seven out of ten French Canadian immigrant children worked outside the home. The employment of their children reflects the concept of a
Answer Choices  

  Answer Correct Answer (x) Feedback
a. family strategy.  X  
b. padrone.   Consider This: For many immigrant families, their children represented an important resource. LO 3.2: Explain effects on family life due to immigration between 1830 and 1930
c. division of labor.   Consider This: For many immigrant families, their children represented an important resource. LO 3.2: Explain effects on family life due to immigration between 1830 and 1930
d.

 

cultural baggage.   Consider This: For many immigrant families, their children represented an important resource. LO 3.2: Explain effects on family life due to immigration between 1830 and 1930
Learning Objective LO 3.2: Explain effects on family life due to immigration between 1830 and 1930
Topic/Concept  

Immigration and Family Life

Difficulty Level

(mark X where applicable)

Easy Moderate Difficult
X    
Skill Level       (mark X where applicable)  

Understand the Concepts Apply What You Know Analyze It Evaluate It
X      

 

Question Title  

M/C Question 6

 

Assessment Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem Which of the following is an idea that Daniel Patrick Moynihan perpetuated regarding slave families?
Answer Choices  

  Answer Correct Answer (x) Feedback
a. They had weakened kin ties.  X  
b. They had a patriarchal structure.   Consider This: Slave families found ways to maintain connections to each other. LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
c. They had higher marriage and divorce rates.   Consider This: Slave families found ways to maintain connections to each other. LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
d.

 

They had effective family strategy.   Consider This: Slave families found ways to maintain connections to each other. LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
Learning Objective LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
Topic/Concept  

Racial Control and Family Life

Difficulty Level

(mark X where applicable)

Easy Moderate Difficult
X    
Skill Level       (mark X where applicable)  

Understand the Concepts Apply What You Know Analyze It Evaluate It
X      

 

Question Title  

M/C Question 7

 

Assessment Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem The presence of racially defined groups in the United States is tied to past immigration, where groups were encouraged to come to the U.S. in order to
Answer Choices  

  Answer Correct Answer (x) Feedback
a. provide cheap labor.  X  
b. settle the West.   Consider This: Capitalists encouraged immigration. LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
c. populate the cities.   Consider This: Capitalists encouraged immigration. LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
d.

 

create a melting pot.   Consider This: Capitalists encouraged immigration. LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
Learning Objective LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
Topic/Concept  

Racial Control and Family Life

Difficulty Level

(mark X where applicable)

Easy Moderate Difficult
X    
Skill Level       (mark X where applicable)  

Understand the Concepts Apply What You Know Analyze It Evaluate It
X      

 

Question Title  

M/C Question 8

 

Assessment Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem Slave women often named their children after fathers, aunts, and uncles. This was a form of maintaining
Answer Choices  

  Answer Correct Answer (x) Feedback
a. kinship.  X  
b. agency.   Consider This: Slaves found ways to maintain networks. LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
c. strategy.   Consider This: Slaves found ways to maintain networks. LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
d.

 

inequalities.   Consider This: Slaves found ways to maintain networks. LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
Learning Objective LO 3.3: Explain racial control and its implications on family life
Topic/Concept  

Racial Control and Family Life

Difficulty Level

(mark X where applicable)

Easy Moderate Difficult
X    
Skill Level       (mark X where applicable)  

Understand the Concepts Apply What You Know Analyze It Evaluate It
X      

 

Question Title  

M/C Question 9

 

Assessment Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem What was true about household size during the Great Depression?
Answer Choices  

  Answer Correct Answer (x) Feedback
a. Household size varied depending on circumstances.  X  
b. Household size universally decreased as people delayed childbirth.   Consider This: Not everyone was affected the same from the Great Depression. LO 3.4: Review the history of the Great Depression and its impact on family life
c. Household size universally increased as families moved in together.   Consider This: Not everyone was affected the same from the Great Depression. LO 3.4: Review the history of the Great Depression and its impact on family life
d.

 

Household size remained relatively stable throughout the Great Depression.   Consider This: Not everyone was affected the same from the Great Depression. LO 3.4: Review the history of the Great Depression and its impact on family life
Learning Objective LO 3.4: Review the history of the Great Depression and its impact on family life
Topic/Concept  

The Great Depression and Family Change

Difficulty Level

(mark X where applicable)

Easy Moderate Difficult
X    
Skill Level       (mark X where applicable)  

Understand the Concepts Apply What You Know Analyze It Evaluate It
X      

 

Question Title  

M/C Question 10

 

Assessment Type Multiple-choice
Question Stem What were the most common issues encountered by families during the Great Depression?
Answer Choices  

  Answer Correct Answer (x) Feedback
a. Work and money  X  
b. Childbirth and labor   Consider This: Difficult economic times affected almost everyone. LO 3.4: Review the history of the Great Depression and its impact on family life
c. Gender and power   Consider This: Difficult economic times affected almost everyone. LO 3.4: Review the history of the Great Depression and its impact on family life
d.

 

Health and recreation   Consider This: Difficult economic times affected almost everyone. LO 3.4: Review the history of the Great Depression and its impact on family life
Learning Objective LO 3.4: Review the history of the Great Depression and its impact on family life
Topic/Concept  

The Great Depression and Family Change

Difficulty Level

(mark X where applicable)

Easy Moderate Difficult
X    
Skill Level       (mark X where applicable)  

Understand the Concepts Apply What You Know Analyze It Evaluate It
X      

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