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Ethnonym: Quiz


Question 1: The ethnonyms applied to ________ have demonstrated a greater evolution; older terms such as colored carried negative connotations and have been replaced by modern-day equivalents such as black or African-American.
Great Migration (African American)African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)African American cultureAfrican American

Question 2: In discussing an address in 1960 by ________, it was stated "to the Muslims, terms like Negro and colored are labels created by white people to negate the past greatness of the black race".
Warith Deen MohammedMalcolm XElijah MuhammadLouis Farrakhan

Question 3: This ethnonym is an exonym used by the English-speaking world, although the term itself is derived from ________.
Roman EmpireLatinVulgar LatinOld Latin

Question 4: As an example, the ethnonym for the ethnically dominant group in ________ is the Germans.

Question 5: In this context, an ethnonym has the potential to mimic the phenomenon of the ________.
EuphemismCensorshipBook burningMedia bias

Question 6: The State Library of South Australia contemplated this issue when considering ________ Headings for literature pertaining to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
United States CapitolUnited States House of RepresentativesLibrary of CongressUnited States Congress

Question 7: This is sometimes erroneously overgeneralized; a child may assume that people from ________ speak "Indian",[6] despite there being no language which is called by that name.
Lok SabhaIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementIndiaResearch and Analysis Wing

Question 8: Other examples include Vandal, Bushman, ________, Eskimo and Philistine.
Classical antiquityBarbarianEuropeDemosthenes

Question 9: The term was considered acceptable in its use by activists such as ________ in the 1960s,[3] but other activists took a different perspective.
Martin Luther King, Jr.African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)Rosa ParksSouthern Christian Leadership Conference

Question 10: For instance, the term ________ has been used to refer to the Roma.
Romani people by countryGypsyRomanichalRomani people


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