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Endogamy: Quiz


Question 1: ________ families generally contribute to endogamy within big business, producing social links that are carried forward and keep certain groups restrictive.
EliteRacismElitismSocial class

Question 2: For example, the percentage of ________ in the United States is small compared to all marriages.
RacismMiscegenationAnti-miscegenation lawsInterracial marriage

Question 3: ________ at many universities in the United States are a good example of endogamy: Members generally date within these organizations, fostered by special events held exclusively between these organizations.
Kappa Alpha SocietyFraternities and sororitiesSigma ChiPhi Iota Alpha

Question 4: Certain groups such as Orthodox ________[1] have practiced endogamy strictly as an inherent part of their religious beliefs and traditions.
Ashkenazi JewsJewish ethnic divisionsSephardi JewsAntisemitism

Question 5: Through the 1940-1950s in the United States, the ________ was successful at keeping its people marrying within the Catholic community.
PopePope Gregory IPope John Paul IICatholic Church

Question 6: Endogamy is the practice of marrying within a specific ________, class, or social group, rejecting others on such bases as being unsuitable for marriage or other close personal relationships.
MoresEthnic groupSouth Asian ethnic groupsIndigenous peoples

Question 7: Endogamy also plays an important role in ________ of different social factors, such as occupations, activities, or education.
Social classWorking classSociologySocial stratification

Question 8: The ________ is based on an order of (predominantly) endogamous groups.
Religion in IndiaDalitCaste system in IndiaReservation in India

Question 9: Endogamy is common in many cultures and ethnic groups, but ________ tends to counteract this tendency by exposing isolated ethnic groups to a wider variety of people and cultures.
GlobalizationASEANInternational Monetary FundWorld Trade Organization


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