Cultural Competence & Transracial Placement Test

Indicate which Arrow office you are with:
When a child comes into our care we must collect what information to know what services will be needed?
It is important to recognize that cultural differences exist and to develop an understanding and acceptance of similar cultural norms.
The law amending MEPA, that forbids agencies from denying or delaying placement of a child for adoption solely on the basis of race or national origin, which was enacted by Congress in 1996 is called:
Culture is a group’s pattern of:
Cultural Competence is comprised of what four components?
The four areas which we need to make a self-assessment when considering Transracial Placement are:
Types of discrimination are:
A group of people whose members identify with each other through a common heritage that is real or assumed, such as kinship, language or physical appearance is:
Developing cultural competence results in an ability to ____________________ people across cultures.
The idea that all cultures have certain things like religion, values, games, music, rites of passage, education, family units and other likenesses is know as:
A process of integration where members of an ethno-cultural community, such as immigrants or ethnic minorities are absorbed into another, larger community is:
A prejudice is a prejudgment or a preconceived belief, opinion, or judgment made without ascertaining the facts of the case.
Race is a grouping of people based on biological similarities such as facial features or color.
Practices, expressions, knowledge, artifacts, and instruments are all a part of a person’s:
Some characteristics that define or make up a culture are:
An exchange of cultural features that results when groups come into continuous firsthand contact is:
The type of prejudice that refers to what people believe to be true is:
A stereotype about specific groups or types of individuals is a commonly held:
One of the specific intentions of MEPA and IEP is to:
Cognitive Prejudice, affective prejudice, and behavioral prejudice must all be present for a person to truly be considered prejudice.