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Which of the following is true with respect to surface-level diversity? A) It refers to psychographic characteristics of the members of a group. B) People with surface-level diversity will also share deep-level diversity. C) It indicates differences of values, emotions and personality traits between people. D) It refers to differences in easily perceived characteristics, such as gender and race. E) It represents a person’s or group’s thought processes and feelings.
D) It refers to differences in easily perceived characteristics, such as gender and race.
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-it is important to realize that feminism relies heavily upon identity and identification -Students remark that personal experience is a vital tool in understanding gender and race relations; however, students are often hesitant to speak on their own experiences. Instead, when trying to understand feminism, race theories and theories of identity them seem more likely to speak through the experience of others, or draw from mediated texts. (Greenberg 10) -Identity politics is a term used to describe how one bases their politics based on their own personal identity, which can have many interpretations. Some of these include race, gender, religion and sexuality. This term is useful because it helps understand two poignant problems: ”the too common tendency to crudely define race and ethnicity in popular understanding, and the dependence of feminist theory and Women’s studies on self-identification and identity politics” ( Greenberg 11) …”race is not a biological fact but a social construct, and a clumsy one, at that” (11). -Does race have anything to do with color? Is it a biological fact? Is it just a way to categorize people? Merely descriptive? -if we say that race has nothing to do with color, ”is to make clear what we already know: that race descriptions are not merely descriptive, but prescriptive” (12). -”Feminism has long been thought of as a single, unitary movement of theory, and, as such, has been accused of being a ‘white, middle class women’s movement.” (15).
Hoeveler, Diane Long, Janet K. Boles, and Nina Manasan Greenberg. ”Defining Differences: Feminism, Race Theory and Identity Polices in the Academy.” Women of Color Defining the Issues, Hearing the Voices. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 2001. Print