Chapter 2 Understanding Diversity in Community Work

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According to Galabuzi (2009), racialized people are identified based on:

Skin color

What percentage of the population in Vancouver is racialized, according to Galabuzi (2009)?

49 percent

According to Hum and Simpson (2007), what is the approximate wage disadvantage of black men among racialized people in Canada?

22 percent

In Canadian society, which culture is considered dominant?

White culture

According to Galabuzi (2009), what is the main factor in categorizing people as racialized?

Skin color

What percentage of immigrants entering the labour force are racialized, according to the Department of Human Resources and Skills Development?

75 percent

According to Galabuzi (2009), what percentage of the population in Toronto is racialized?

43 percent

What is the main emphasis on the value of locally generated knowledge?

It leads to individual commitment and relevance of actions

How are community workers positioned in the context of knowledge sharing?

As partners in learning and acting

What is the concept of 'conscientiatization' aimed at developing?

Powerful, transformative, critical consciousness

What is the fundamental assumption about knowledge and insights according to Lee & Todd (2007)?

Every one of us has useful knowledge and insights

What is the outcome of 'conscientiatization' according to Freire (1973)?

New awareness of what might be possible and what to work toward

What is the role of community workers in creating collective understanding and participation?

Helping to create the process that leads to collective understanding and participate along with others in using the products of that shared understanding

What does the text suggest about the relationship between localized knowledge and action relevance?

Localized knowledge enhances action relevance

What does 'conscientiatization' challenge people to do?

Go beyond what they might have thought possible

What is one of the ways to do the work, as mentioned in the text?

To develop 'conscientiatization'

What is emphasized as a necessary assumption according to Lee & Todd (2007)?

Every one of us has useful knowledge and insights

What is one outcome of 'conscientiatization', as proposed by Freire (1973)?

A new awareness of what might be possible and what we might want to work toward

What is the role of community workers in relation to collective understanding, as per the text?

Helping to create the process that leads to collective understanding and participate along with others in using the products of that shared understanding

This quiz explores the concept of diversity and its impact on behavior and interventions in community work. It emphasizes the importance of understanding diverse perspectives when working with different groups of people.

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