Which of the following is NOT an example of a cultural norm?  Rules  Technologies  Communication codes  Traditions CONCEPT Definitions and Models of Culture 2 "Tolerance for am biguity" describes the degree to which an individual, influenced by __________, feels confident functioning in an ambiguous situation.  cultural fluency  cultural competency  cultural norms  power distance CONCEPT Tolerance for Ambiguity 3 Which of the following is traditionally perceived as gender inappropriate in U.S. culture?  A man using a competing conflict style  A woman using an avoiding conflict style  A woman using a compromising conflict style  A woman using a competing conflict style CONCEPT Gender and Conflict Style 4 Which of the following is NOT traditionally considered a feminine trait in American culture?  Indirect speech  Self-confidence  Aversion to risk  Willingness to go along with others’ wishes CONCEPT Masculine and Feminine Traits 5 Which of the following is the best example of a conflict over gender role changes in the United States?  Conflict over women waiting for men to ask them out on dates rather than asking the men  Conflict over men working as decision-making executives  Conflict over men working in support professions (nurse, secretary, etc.)  Conflict over women working in nurturing professions (teacher, guidance counselor, etc.) CONCEPT Conflict Over Gender Role Changes 6 Which of the following examples demonstrates a high power distance culture?  The first-born child inherits the family fortune.  The oldest child has the greatest appreciation of family traditions.  Family land is split between the two children.  The youngest child always asks for more details. CONCEPT High and Low Power Distance 7 Which of the following terms describes the belief that certain general trends or traits apply to all individual members of a group?  Worldview  Sub-culture  Norm  Stereotyping CONCEPT What Is Cultural Competency?

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