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Companies originally started in one country that open branches or production facilities in other countries are called

monopolies.
oligarchies.
multinational corporations.
interest groups
multinational corporations
The state of complete physical, mental, and social well being rather than merely the absence of physical disease or infirmity is referred to as

health.
wellness.
curative condition.
anti-disease.
health.
The taking of a drug for its intended purpose and in an appropriate amount, frequency, strength, and manner is termed

drug ingestion.
medical prescription.
drug abuse.
drug use.
drug use.
The deliberate use of a substance for other than its intended purpose, in a manner that can damage health or ability to function is termed

drug ingestion.
drug abuse.
recreational drug usage.
non-medical prescription.
drug abuse.
__________ is a chronic behavioral disorder manifested by repeated drinking of alcoholic beverages in excess of dietary and social uses of the community and to an extent that interferes with the drinker's health or social and economic functioning.

Cirrhosis
Alcohol poisoning
Alcoholism
Problem drinking
Alcoholism
Which of the following is NOT one of the stages through which Kübler-Ross believed dying patients move?

nirvana
depression
denial
bargaining
nirvana
Which of the following is the FIRST stage in Kübler-Ross's model of dying and death?

acceptance
depression
denial
bargaining
denial
__________ refers to the state of being deprived of a loved one by death.

Bereavement
Anger
Grief
Depression
Bereavement
__________ refers to the emotional response to loss through death.

Bereavement
Grief
Anger
Depression
Grief
__________ refers to circumstances in which a person experiences a sense of loss but does not have a socially recognized right, role, or capacity to grieve.

Grief
Denial
Disenfranchised grief
Bargaining
Disenfranchised grief
__________ is expressed through personal attitudes and behavior directed toward certain racial or ethnic groups by individual people.

Individual racism
Institutional racism
Symbolic racism
Discrimination
Individual racism
__________ is when one category of people tries to rid the region of others who are different in some significant way.

Symbolic racism
Institutional racism
Discrimination
Ethnic cleansing
Ethnic cleansing
Violent crime in the United States is primarily

multiracial.
declining.
interracial.
intraracial.
intraracial.
The calculated use of unlawful violence or threat of unlawful violence by individuals or groups intended to inculcate fear.

terrorism
discrimination
racism
ethnic cleansing
terrorism
As of 2004, ___________ U.S. children were without permanent homes and living in foster care.

60,000
375,000
517,000
102,000
517,000
T or F

Globalization is a twentieth century idea.
F
T or F

A recent study in Australia found that between 1992 and 2002, the annual cash payments to CEOs grew by 396 percent.
T
T or F

In Afghanistan, less than 15 percent of pregnancies delivered are attended by trained health workers.
T
T or F

The U.S. ranks among the highest in percentage of its population covered by public health insurance.
F
T or F

Today, very few adults with disabilities have completed any college.
F
T or F

It is estimated that the annual retail revenues of the global illegal drug industry exceed $320 billion.
T
T or F

In an alcoholic family, the oldest child often takes on the role of hero.
T
T or F

One of the needs that most dying people have is to know that they are dying, yet access to this information is not always available.
T
T or F

Suicide is the 11th leading cause of death in the United States.
T
T or F

Racism can be overt and covert.
T
T or F

Racism is limited to the United States.
F
T or F

Gangs are usually multiracial.
F
T or F

Terrorists in the United States are imported from other countries.
F
T or F

Public adoptions involve the placement of children in nonrelative's homes through the services of a licensed nonprofit agency.
F
T or F

Although lesbians and gays are allowed to be foster parents in Florida, they are barred from adopting children.
T
A state in which the lives of people around the world are intertwined closely and in which any one nation's problems increasingly cut across cultural and geographic boundaries. (p. 489)
global interdependence
physical or health condition that stigmatizes or causes discrimination. (p. 493)
disability
Any substance that alters the central nervous system and states of consciousness. (p.495)
drug
A physical environment within which supportive care is provided for terminally ill patients and their families that focuses on comfort, freedom from pain and quality of life. (p. 503)
hospice
Consists of established laws, customs, and practices that systematically reflect and produce racial inequalities. (p. 504)
institutional racism
An ideology of domination and a set of social, economic, and political practices by which one or more groups define themselves as superior and other groups as inferior and then systematically deny the latter groups full access and participation in mainstream society. (p. 504)
racism
A process in which one category of people tries to rid a region of others who are different in some significant way. (p. 506)
ethnic cleansing
The employment or threat of violence, fear, or intimidation by individuals or groups as a political or revolutionary strategy to achieve political goals. (p. 514)
terrorism
People who leave their country because of a "well-founded fear" of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, social group, or political opinion. (p. 509)
refugees
A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being. (p. 491)
health
The taking of a drug for its intended purpose and in an appropriate amount, frequency, strength and manner. (p. 496)
drug use
The deliberate use of a substance for other than its intended purpose. (p. 496)
drug abuse
A disease that includes craving, loss of control, physical dependency, and withdrawal symptoms. (p. 497)
alcoholism
. A fear or hatred of strangers or foreigners or of anything foreign and/or different. (p. 503)
xenophobia
Express through personal attitudes and behavior directed toward certain racial or ethnic groups by individual people. (p. 504)
individual racism