Name__________________ Date___________ICS 9 time______ Chapter 2: Adaptation and Conflict: Racial and Ethnic Relations in Theoretical Perspective-Short Answer Questions 1. List four factors which influence the outcome of contact between previously isolated groups. 2. List four basic types of migration involving a migrating group coming into the sphere of an established people. List in increasing order of voluntariness. 3. List three possible initial outcomes of contact between diverse human groups. 4. List five possible outcomes of intergroup contact beyond the initial period. 5. Of the five possible outcomes of intergroup contact, which is characteristic of the contact between European immigrants and Native Americans? 6. Of the five possible outcomes of intergroup contact, which could be classified as “order” theories? 7. Of the five possible outcomes of intergroup contact, which could be classified as “power-conflict” theories? 8. Briefly explain the key differences between order theories and power-conflict theories. 9. Of the four basic types of migration listed in question 2 above, which most likely result in assimilation? 10. List the four stages of Park’s “race relations cycle” which he sees as leading to a melting pot. 11. For which immigrating groups is Park’s cycle most unlikely to work? 12. Briefly compare and contrast Park’s race relations cycle and Milton Gordon’s theory of assimilation. 13. List and briefly define Gordon’s seven different assimilation processes which may occur as the general adaptation of one group to the core culture proceeds. 14. By whom was the concept of oppositional culture developed, order theorists or power-conflict theorists? 15. To which ethnic groups does the enclave theory best apply? Why?
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