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Racialism: Quiz


Question 1: the philosophical belief that differences exist between human races, be they biological, social, ________ or in the realm of the soul.
NeuropsychologyPsychologyCognitive neuroscienceSigmund Freud

Question 2: This area of scholarship scrutinizes the ways in which ________ have become the standard against which all races are marked.
Emigration from EuropeChileWhite peopleWhite Latin American

Question 3: Arthur Gobineau's ________ (1853-55) is an example of such racialism.
An Essay on the Inequality of the Human RacesScientific racismAryan raceHouston Stewart Chamberlain

Question 4: This is to be contrasted with ________, which also assumes that some races are superior to others; or, in an altered meaning, refers to discrimination based on the concept of race.
Ethnic cleansingRacismRacial segregationSouth Africa under apartheid

Question 5: Racialism entails a belief in the existence and significance of racial categories, but not necessarily in a ________ between the races, or in any political or ideological position of racial supremacy.
HumanOrganizational hierarchyBiological organisationHierarchy

Question 6: The field of ________ examines the idea that race is a category that only applies to groups that are perceived to be different in some way.
White peopleWhiteness studiesUnited StatesNoel Ignatiev

Question 7: In the mid-20th century, support for some of the classical terminology of ________ declined among anthropologists: scientific support for the "Caucasoid", "Negroid", "Mongoloid" terminology has fallen steadily over the past century.
SlaveryNazismScientific racismNeo-Nazism

Question 8: Racialist vocabulary with inconsistent definitions is still used in medicine to a small extent, even when it has vanished from some ________ agencies and everyday speech.

Question 9: By the end of ________, racism had acquired the same supremacist connotations as racialism: racism now implied racial discrimination, racial supremacism and a harmful intent.
World War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupations

Question 10: ________ have been an important component of both popular racism and racialism, popularizing colonialism to the masses and was a subject of curiosity for anthropology and anthropometric studies, until at least the 1930s.
Scramble for AfricaScientific racismHuman zooCarl Hagenbeck

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