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Food And Culture 6th Edition Kittler Sucher Test Bank

 

SAMPLE QUESTIONS

 

Test Bank[1] for Food and Culture 6e
Chapter 2: Traditional Health Beliefs and Practices

 

Multiple Choice Questions

 

  1. Approximately what percentage of adults in the U.S. used some form of CAM during the year 2007?
  2. 50%
  3. 72%
  4. 38%
  5. 12%

 

  1. Which of the following might be used as a definition of the biomedical viewpoint of health and illness?
  2. For disease to be present, there must be a physical cause; get rid of the cause (e.g., bacteria or virus) and the disease will be eliminated.
  3. All disease comes from the words dis meaning opposite and ease meaning comfort. Make sure the spirit world is comforted and disease will be cured (e.g., sacrifice something prized to the gods).
  4. Mind and body are one unit, and to treat disease both the intangible world of the mind and the physical body must be taken into consideration (treat the whole person within his or her environment for symptoms to resolve).

 

  1. What is the belief of the majority American worldview in regard to fate?
  2. Believes in personal control over fate
  3. Believes fate controls the future
  4. Believes illness is a result of fate
  5. Only believes in fate if prescribed by physician

 

  1. A monochronistic view of time suggests:
  2. doing several things at once.
  3. doing only two things at a time.
  4. doing one thing at a time.
  5. doing nothing.

 

  1. What ethnicity believes that fulfilling social obligations is essential to health and that disharmony with family or village members can result in illness?
  2. Gypsies
  3. African Americans
  4. Middle Easterners
  5. Pacific Islanders

 

  1. When sickness is assumed to be due to the actions of the patient, reasons for illness might include
  2. bad weather, allergens, and pollution.
  3. viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
  4. food and exercise choices.
  5. interpersonal disharmony.
  6. conjury.

 

  1. When a health care provider imposes her or his beliefs, practices, and values on a patient from another culture, what is this termed?
  2. Supernatural powers
  3. Cultural imposition
  4. Worldview
  5. Biomedical approach

 

  1. Expression of emotions through bodily complaints is called
  2. sympathetic qualities.
  3. the biomedical approach.
  4. somatization.
  5. empacho.

 

  1. A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease, defines what term?
  2. Biomedical approach
  3. Holistic medicine
  4. Botanical remedies
  5. Health

 

  1. General dietary guidelines for health that are similar to those of the U.S. have been developed for many countries, and usually include what concept(s)?
  2. Five food groups
  3. Using foods as medicine because of their intrinsic properties
  4. Balance and moderation
  5. Calorie restriction and physical activity

 

  1. Categorizing foods into hot and cold categories is a system used in a variety of cultures. Cultural groups we have studied that use this system include those of
  2. the Middle East.
  3. parts of Latin America.
  4. Italy and France.
  5. a and b
  6. a, b, and c

 

  1. Sympathetic medicine and sympathetic magic use the word sympathetic to mean
  2. agreeably suited to disposition or mood.
  3. vibrations from being in harmony.
  4. items that have characteristics similar to human body parts or organs.

 

  1. Different cultures define illness differently. Which of the following is NOT considered a cause for illness by some culture in the world?
  2. Personal actions
  3. Natural causes
  4. Inappropriate social interactions
  5. Supernatural or magical causes
  6. All are explanations of illness used by some cultures

 

  1. Culture-bound syndromes are
  2. a holistic view of the total experiences of the patient.
  3. healers chosen by cost and convenience.
  4. culturally defined folk illnesses that may be difficult to treat if not actually considered an illness.
  5. always due to witches and conjury issues.

 

  1. Witches, sorcerers, root doctors, and so on have the power to manipulate the natural or supernatural world through
  2. spells.
  3. evil spirits.
  4. conjury.
  5. humor systems.

 

  1. What are the most common type(s) of therapeutic substances?
  2. Biomedical pharmaceuticals
  3. Acupuncture
  4. Diet prescriptions
  5. All of the above
  6. a and c

 

  1. In what type of medicine is the body aided to heal itself through non-invasive natural treatments?
  2. Osteopathic
  3. Biomedical
  4. Supernatural healing
  5. Naturopathic

 

  1. Cultures use different therapies to cure illness. The practice of _____ is based on the tenant that like cures like.
  2. folk healing
  3. homeopathy
  4. ayurvedic medicine
  5. naturopathic medicine

 

  1. What act defines dietary supplements as separate from food and drugs?
  2. DSHEA
  3. USDA
  4. FDA
  5. Botanical Labeling Act

 

  1. The consecutive or concurrent use of multiple health care systems is called
  2. biomedical healing.
  3. dual medicine.
  4. medical pluralism.
  5. ayurvedic medicine.

 

  1. Approximately how much do Americans currently spend on complementary and alternative medicine annually?
  2. $11 billion
  3. $40 billion
  4. $1 million
  5. $350 thousand

 

  1. The ancient Asian Indian system of healing is called
  2. biomedicine.
  3. holistic therapy.
  4. ayurvedic medicine.
  5. traditional Chinese medicine.

 

  1. The majority describes what group in the United States?
  2. A multicultural mix of all cultures
  3. Most whites, plus other ethnic groups with similar views
  4. Mexican American immigrants
  5. Whites and Native Americans

 

  1. Which cultural group is an example of one that believes family should be involved in all health care decisions?
  2. Jews
  3. Middle Easterners
  4. Americans
  5. None of the above

 

  1. In which of the following areas does the biomedical worldview differ from the majority U.S. view?
  2. Personal control of fate
  3. Relationship to nature
  4. Role of the individual
  5. Perceptions of time
  6. None of the above

 

  1. The number of adults over 65 years of age in the U.S. is expected to double by what year?
  2. 2008
  3. 2050
  4. 2012
  5. 2020

 

  1. In relation to health, what type of attributes are most commonly associated with well-being?
  2. Behavioral characteristics
  3. Physical (i.e., skin, hair sheen, weight)
  4. Clinical features such as sore throat
  5. Routine laboratory measures

 

  1. What type of medicine uses pulses associated with internal organs, each with its own characteristics?
  2. Ayurvedic medicine
  3. Biomedicine
  4. Holistic medicine
  5. Traditional Chinese medicine

 

  1. Thinness is often associated with poor diet and disease in all of the following cultures except
  2. African.
  3. Caribbean Islander.
  4. Middle Eastern.
  5. American Indian.
  6. Thinness is associated with disease in all of these cultures.

 

  1. The yin and yang system of dietary planning is dominant in what cultural group?
  2. Chinese
  3. American
  4. Hispanic
  5. Swedish

 

  1. The hot-cold classification of foods identifies characteristics in the natural world associated with body humors; which of the following is not one?
  2. Air-cold
  3. Earth-fire
  4. Fire-hot
  5. Water-moist

 

  1. What term is used for the entire disease-illness process?
  2. Sickness
  3. Disease
  4. Illness
  5. Deficiency

 

  1. Of the following, which is NOT one of the causes of disease as explained in the biomedical culture?
  2. Immediate causes (e.g., bacterial infection)
  3. Underlying cause (e.g., high cholesterol)
  4. Ultimate cause (e.g., environmental stresses)
  5. All of the above are causes

 

  1. Which of the following would be an example of sickness due to the patient?
  2. Heart disease from eating fatty foods
  3. Getting struck by lightning
  4. Sickness from a virus
  5. All of the above

 

  1. The use of astrology for determining the health status of a person coincides with what belief about sickness?
  2. Sickness is due to the social world.
  3. Sickness is due to the patient.
  4. Sickness is due to the natural world.
  5. None of the above

 

  1. Wind or bad air as a way of causing sickness is of particular concern to what cultural group?
  2. Arabs
  3. Mexicans
  4. Italians
  5. All of the above

 

  1. A gaze that is believed by many to project harm on another person is called
  2. a stare.
  3. the evil eye.
  4. bewitched.
  5. a seizure.

 

  1. All of the following are persons who perform conjury except
  2. brujas.
  3. underworld men.
  4. voodoo doctors.
  5. mano negro.

 

  1. What is the term for addressing the experience of illness, alleviating the infirmities of the sick, and responding to the personal, familial, and social issues surrounding sickness?
  2. Cure
  3. Holistic medicine
  4. Treatment
  5. Healing

 

  1. Who is most likely to use complementary and alternative medicine in the U.S.?
  2. Mid- to-upper class women
  3. Young men
  4. The elderly
  5. The poor who cant afford health care

 

  1. Many botanical remedies are derived from plants and herbs. In general, the term botanical would include
  2. leafy parts only used as teas.
  3. leafy parts and roots used in tisanes.
  4. all therapeutic parts of all plants.
  5. roots only, especially ground up and used in supplements.
  6. all parts that contain antioxidants.

 

  1. Healers who specialize in the use of herbal preparations in the American South are called
  2. witch doctors.
  3. voodoo practitioners.
  4. root doctors.
  5. none of the above

 

  1. What is the practice where a spoon or coin is rubbed across the skin for healing or to relieve tension called?
  2. Acupuncture
  3. Coining
  4. Moxibustion
  5. Massage

 

  1. To relieve yin (too much cold), a small burning bundle of herbs is used to restore balance of energy. What is this procedure called?
  2. Acupressure
  3. Coining
  4. Moxibustion
  5. Scratching

 

  1. Sacred healers with exceptional powers among the Native American groups are called
  2. medicine men.
  3. espiritos.
  4. curanderas.
  5. faith healers.

 

 

True/False Questions

 

_____    1.     The view of an individuals relationship to fate is seldom related to the perception of time.

_____    2.     Cultural imposition can be defined as a tendency for health personnel to impose their beliefs, practices, and values upon another culture because they believe their views are superior.

_____    3.     The American majority value that all people should have equal access to care is shared by almost all cultures worldwide.

_____    4.     Traditional views of health and illness often encompass a mind-body duality.

_____    5.     Materialism would predict that the emotions or the beliefs of the patient are not important in treatment.

_____    6.     Asians often believe that the yin and the yang of their surroundings and environment need to be kept in balance for cosmic and personal harmony and health.

_____    7.     Traditional views of being thin are seldom negative and do not have underlying associations with poor diet and disease.

_____    8.     Hot and cold associations between food and health would suggest that a cold condition be treated with a hot food for health maintenance.

_____    9.     In a traditional culture, the evil eye can be blamed for causing illness when an envious enemy casts it.

_____    10.  The future orientation of the biomedical model expects patients to put up with a high level of pain and discomfort in the present for the future health benefit.

 

 

Matching Questions

 

  1. Majority American value
  2. Other cultural groups

 

_____    1.     Time dominates

_____    2.     Indirectness/ritual/face

_____    3.     Materialism

_____    4.     Fate determines what happens

_____    5.     Informality

 

 

Short Essay Questions

 

  1. Cultural outlook or worldview affects expectations about personal and public conduct. Briefly describe why role expectations, conduct, and social interactions are described as a continuum. How does acculturation affect this continuum?

 

  1. How might cultural imposition affect a new immigrants interaction with the standard health care system in the United States?

 

  1. The biomedical model holds that there are three levels of possible causes of disease. List these levels and give an example of each.

 

  1. What are three examples of complementary, alternative, or unconventional healing therapies? What is done and what is the cultural explanation of why they are expected to work?

 

  1. What are three modes of effective care in the transcultural nursing theory?

 

[1] By Tawni Holmes, Ph.D., R.D., University of Central Oklahoma

Test Bank[1] for Food and Culture 6e
Chapter 2: Traditional Health Beliefs and Practices

 

Multiple Choice Questions

 

  1. Approximately what percentage of adults in the U.S. used some form of CAM during the year 2007?
  2. 50%
  3. 72%
  4. 38%
  5. 12%

 

  1. Which of the following might be used as a definition of the biomedical viewpoint of health and illness?
  2. For disease to be present, there must be a physical cause; get rid of the cause (e.g., bacteria or virus) and the disease will be eliminated.
  3. All disease comes from the words dis meaning opposite and ease meaning comfort. Make sure the spirit world is comforted and disease will be cured (e.g., sacrifice something prized to the gods).
  4. Mind and body are one unit, and to treat disease both the intangible world of the mind and the physical body must be taken into consideration (treat the whole person within his or her environment for symptoms to resolve).

 

  1. What is the belief of the majority American worldview in regard to fate?
  2. Believes in personal control over fate
  3. Believes fate controls the future
  4. Believes illness is a result of fate
  5. Only believes in fate if prescribed by physician

 

  1. A monochronistic view of time suggests:
  2. doing several things at once.
  3. doing only two things at a time.
  4. doing one thing at a time.
  5. doing nothing.

 

  1. What ethnicity believes that fulfilling social obligations is essential to health and that disharmony with family or village members can result in illness?
  2. Gypsies
  3. African Americans
  4. Middle Easterners
  5. Pacific Islanders

 

  1. When sickness is assumed to be due to the actions of the patient, reasons for illness might include
  2. bad weather, allergens, and pollution.
  3. viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
  4. food and exercise choices.
  5. interpersonal disharmony.
  6. conjury.

 

  1. When a health care provider imposes her or his beliefs, practices, and values on a patient from another culture, what is this termed?
  2. Supernatural powers
  3. Cultural imposition
  4. Worldview
  5. Biomedical approach

 

  1. Expression of emotions through bodily complaints is called
  2. sympathetic qualities.
  3. the biomedical approach.
  4. somatization.
  5. empacho.

 

  1. A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease, defines what term?
  2. Biomedical approach
  3. Holistic medicine
  4. Botanical remedies
  5. Health

 

  1. General dietary guidelines for health that are similar to those of the U.S. have been developed for many countries, and usually include what concept(s)?
  2. Five food groups
  3. Using foods as medicine because of their intrinsic properties
  4. Balance and moderation
  5. Calorie restriction and physical activity

 

  1. Categorizing foods into hot and cold categories is a system used in a variety of cultures. Cultural groups we have studied that use this system include those of
  2. the Middle East.
  3. parts of Latin America.
  4. Italy and France.
  5. a and b
  6. a, b, and c

 

  1. Sympathetic medicine and sympathetic magic use the word sympathetic to mean
  2. agreeably suited to disposition or mood.
  3. vibrations from being in harmony.
  4. items that have characteristics similar to human body parts or organs.

 

  1. Different cultures define illness differently. Which of the following is NOT considered a cause for illness by some culture in the world?
  2. Personal actions
  3. Natural causes
  4. Inappropriate social interactions
  5. Supernatural or magical causes
  6. All are explanations of illness used by some cultures

 

  1. Culture-bound syndromes are
  2. a holistic view of the total experiences of the patient.
  3. healers chosen by cost and convenience.
  4. culturally defined folk illnesses that may be difficult to treat if not actually considered an illness.
  5. always due to witches and conjury issues.

 

  1. Witches, sorcerers, root doctors, and so on have the power to manipulate the natural or supernatural world through
  2. spells.
  3. evil spirits.
  4. conjury.
  5. humor systems.

 

  1. What are the most common type(s) of therapeutic substances?
  2. Biomedical pharmaceuticals
  3. Acupuncture
  4. Diet prescriptions
  5. All of the above
  6. a and c

 

  1. In what type of medicine is the body aided to heal itself through non-invasive natural treatments?
  2. Osteopathic
  3. Biomedical
  4. Supernatural healing
  5. Naturopathic

 

  1. Cultures use different therapies to cure illness. The practice of _____ is based on the tenant that like cures like.
  2. folk healing
  3. homeopathy
  4. ayurvedic medicine
  5. naturopathic medicine

 

  1. What act defines dietary supplements as separate from food and drugs?
  2. DSHEA
  3. USDA
  4. FDA
  5. Botanical Labeling Act

 

  1. The consecutive or concurrent use of multiple health care systems is called
  2. biomedical healing.
  3. dual medicine.
  4. medical pluralism.
  5. ayurvedic medicine.

 

  1. Approximately how much do Americans currently spend on complementary and alternative medicine annually?
  2. $11 billion
  3. $40 billion
  4. $1 million
  5. $350 thousand

 

  1. The ancient Asian Indian system of healing is called
  2. biomedicine.
  3. holistic therapy.
  4. ayurvedic medicine.
  5. traditional Chinese medicine.

 

  1. The majority describes what group in the United States?
  2. A multicultural mix of all cultures
  3. Most whites, plus other ethnic groups with similar views
  4. Mexican American immigrants
  5. Whites and Native Americans

 

  1. Which cultural group is an example of one that believes family should be involved in all health care decisions?
  2. Jews
  3. Middle Easterners
  4. Americans
  5. None of the above

 

  1. In which of the following areas does the biomedical worldview differ from the majority U.S. view?
  2. Personal control of fate
  3. Relationship to nature
  4. Role of the individual
  5. Perceptions of time
  6. None of the above

 

  1. The number of adults over 65 years of age in the U.S. is expected to double by what year?
  2. 2008
  3. 2050
  4. 2012
  5. 2020

 

  1. In relation to health, what type of attributes are most commonly associated with well-being?
  2. Behavioral characteristics
  3. Physical (i.e., skin, hair sheen, weight)
  4. Clinical features such as sore throat
  5. Routine laboratory measures

 

  1. What type of medicine uses pulses associated with internal organs, each with its own characteristics?
  2. Ayurvedic medicine
  3. Biomedicine
  4. Holistic medicine
  5. Traditional Chinese medicine

 

  1. Thinness is often associated with poor diet and disease in all of the following cultures except
  2. African.
  3. Caribbean Islander.
  4. Middle Eastern.
  5. American Indian.
  6. Thinness is associated with disease in all of these cultures.

 

  1. The yin and yang system of dietary planning is dominant in what cultural group?
  2. Chinese
  3. American
  4. Hispanic
  5. Swedish

 

  1. The hot-cold classification of foods identifies characteristics in the natural world associated with body humors; which of the following is not one?
  2. Air-cold
  3. Earth-fire
  4. Fire-hot
  5. Water-moist

 

  1. What term is used for the entire disease-illness process?
  2. Sickness
  3. Disease
  4. Illness
  5. Deficiency

 

  1. Of the following, which is NOT one of the causes of disease as explained in the biomedical culture?
  2. Immediate causes (e.g., bacterial infection)
  3. Underlying cause (e.g., high cholesterol)
  4. Ultimate cause (e.g., environmental stresses)
  5. All of the above are causes

 

  1. Which of the following would be an example of sickness due to the patient?
  2. Heart disease from eating fatty foods
  3. Getting struck by lightning
  4. Sickness from a virus
  5. All of the above

 

  1. The use of astrology for determining the health status of a person coincides with what belief about sickness?
  2. Sickness is due to the social world.
  3. Sickness is due to the patient.
  4. Sickness is due to the natural world.
  5. None of the above

 

  1. Wind or bad air as a way of causing sickness is of particular concern to what cultural group?
  2. Arabs
  3. Mexicans
  4. Italians
  5. All of the above

 

  1. A gaze that is believed by many to project harm on another person is called
  2. a stare.
  3. the evil eye.
  4. bewitched.
  5. a seizure.

 

  1. All of the following are persons who perform conjury except
  2. brujas.
  3. underworld men.
  4. voodoo doctors.
  5. mano negro.

 

  1. What is the term for addressing the experience of illness, alleviating the infirmities of the sick, and responding to the personal, familial, and social issues surrounding sickness?
  2. Cure
  3. Holistic medicine
  4. Treatment
  5. Healing

 

  1. Who is most likely to use complementary and alternative medicine in the U.S.?
  2. Mid- to-upper class women
  3. Young men
  4. The elderly
  5. The poor who cant afford health care

 

  1. Many botanical remedies are derived from plants and herbs. In general, the term botanical would include
  2. leafy parts only used as teas.
  3. leafy parts and roots used in tisanes.
  4. all therapeutic parts of all plants.
  5. roots only, especially ground up and used in supplements.
  6. all parts that contain antioxidants.

 

  1. Healers who specialize in the use of herbal preparations in the American South are called
  2. witch doctors.
  3. voodoo practitioners.
  4. root doctors.
  5. none of the above

 

  1. What is the practice where a spoon or coin is rubbed across the skin for healing or to relieve tension called?
  2. Acupuncture
  3. Coining
  4. Moxibustion
  5. Massage

 

  1. To relieve yin (too much cold), a small burning bundle of herbs is used to restore balance of energy. What is this procedure called?
  2. Acupressure
  3. Coining
  4. Moxibustion
  5. Scratching

 

  1. Sacred healers with exceptional powers among the Native American groups are called
  2. medicine men.
  3. espiritos.
  4. curanderas.
  5. faith healers.

 

 

True/False Questions

 

_____    1.     The view of an individuals relationship to fate is seldom related to the perception of time.

_____    2.     Cultural imposition can be defined as a tendency for health personnel to impose their beliefs, practices, and values upon another culture because they believe their views are superior.

_____    3.     The American majority value that all people should have equal access to care is shared by almost all cultures worldwide.

_____    4.     Traditional views of health and illness often encompass a mind-body duality.

_____    5.     Materialism would predict that the emotions or the beliefs of the patient are not important in treatment.

_____    6.     Asians often believe that the yin and the yang of their surroundings and environment need to be kept in balance for cosmic and personal harmony and health.

_____    7.     Traditional views of being thin are seldom negative and do not have underlying associations with poor diet and disease.

_____    8.     Hot and cold associations between food and health would suggest that a cold condition be treated with a hot food for health maintenance.

_____    9.     In a traditional culture, the evil eye can be blamed for causing illness when an envious enemy casts it.

_____    10.  The future orientation of the biomedical model expects patients to put up with a high level of pain and discomfort in the present for the future health benefit.

 

 

Matching Questions

 

  1. Majority American value
  2. Other cultural groups

 

_____    1.     Time dominates

_____    2.     Indirectness/ritual/face

_____    3.     Materialism

_____    4.     Fate determines what happens

_____    5.     Informality

 

 

Short Essay Questions

 

  1. Cultural outlook or worldview affects expectations about personal and public conduct. Briefly describe why role expectations, conduct, and social interactions are described as a continuum. How does acculturation affect this continuum?

 

  1. How might cultural imposition affect a new immigrants interaction with the standard health care system in the United States?

 

  1. The biomedical model holds that there are three levels of possible causes of disease. List these levels and give an example of each.

 

  1. What are three examples of complementary, alternative, or unconventional healing therapies? What is done and what is the cultural explanation of why they are expected to work?

 

  1. What are three modes of effective care in the transcultural nursing theory?

 

[1] By Tawni Holmes, Ph.D., R.D., University of Central Oklahoma

Test Bank[1] for Food and Culture 6e
Chapter 6: Northern and Southern Europeans

 

Multiple Choice Questions

 

  1. Which group created the first large wave of Catholic immigration?
  2. British, before 1700
  3. Irish, before 1700
  4. Irish, after 1800
  5. Spanish, after 1800
  6. Italians, between 1700 and 1800

 

  1. Since the 1970s, approximately how many British have immigrated to the U.S. per year?
  2. 10-20 thousand
  3. 20-30 thousand
  4. 50-60 thousand
  5. 60-70 thousand

 

  1. As of the 2008 census, approximately how many immigrants identified themselves as Scottish or having Scotch Irish heritage?
  2. 5 million
  3. 20 million
  4. 11 million
  5. 9 million

 

  1. The Cajuns of Louisiana are descended from
  2. French immigrants.
  3. French Canadian immigrants.
  4. the French Creole population.
  5. a French and Spanish mix of the Creole population.
  6. none of the above

 

  1. Which country in Europe has some of the best farmland and three-fifths of its land under cultivation?
  2. Great Britain
  3. Ireland
  4. France
  5. Italy

 

  1. Many of the mainstream American worldviews, such as family structure and view of food and health, are typical of the
  2. Italians.
  3. Irish.
  4. Spanish.
  5. British.
  6. Portuguese.

 

  1. What are the four meals of the day in Great Britain?
  2. Breakfast, lunch, supper, and dinner
  3. Breakfast, lunch, tea, and supper
  4. Breakfast, lunch, tea, and the evening meal
  5. Breakfast, lunch, supper, and dinner
  6. None of the above

 

  1. In France, what are general categories that can be used to describe the two types of cuisine?
  2. Cassoulets and caviar
  3. Haute and provincial
  4. Caviar and condiments
  5. Haute and cassoulets
  6. Haute and quotidian

 

  1. What is the key ingredient in ploughmans lunch served in British and Irish pubs?
  2. Eggs
  3. Fish
  4. Lamb
  5. Cheese

 

  1. In Devonshire a slightly fermented, thickened cream that is spread on scones and biscuits is called what?
  2. Clotted cream
  3. Whipped Cream
  4. Cottage Cream
  5. Cream cheese

 

  1. Laverbread is made from laver and what other ingredient before it is fried?
  2. Flour
  3. Oatmeal
  4. Crackers
  5. Baking Soda

 

  1. Which area is known for its apple brandy drink called Calvados?
  2. Germany
  3. France
  4. Normandy
  5. Britain

 

  1. la Provenal means a dish containing what three items?
  2. Tomatoes, garlic, and olive oil
  3. Eggs, cheese, and tomatoes
  4. Onions, olives, and eggs
  5. Peppers, garlic, and tomatoes

 

  1. What are the parts of an animal that are often discarded such as lambs brain, pigs tail, and calfs heart called?
  2. Mirepoix
  3. Veloute
  4. Offal
  5. Trifle

 

  1. In Britain and Ireland, most people take a break in the afternoon and have a pot of tea. When this is accompanied by a substantial meal, what is it called?
  2. Late tea
  3. High tea
  4. Heavy tea
  5. Afternoon tea

 

  1. What is the traditional entre served on New Years Eve in Scotland?
  2. Haggis
  3. Bangers and mash
  4. Fish and chips
  5. Shepherds pie

 

  1. The Cajun music style zydeco got its name from what vegetable?
  2. Red pepper
  3. Potato
  4. Yellow squash
  5. Green bean

 

  1. British pubs usually serve which type of rich, amber-colored beer, strongly flavored with hops?
  2. Stout
  3. Wheat
  4. Lager
  5. Bitters

 

  1. What island is located off the boot toe of Italy?
  2. Sicily
  3. Cape Verde
  4. Iberia
  5. Azore el Madeira

 

  1. What is the capital of Campania in southern Italy?
  2. Sicily
  3. Rome
  4. Naples
  5. Florence

 

  1. Why did a wave of Spaniards immigrate to the U.S. in the late 19th century?
  2. Because of the potato blight
  3. Because of poor economic conditions
  4. Because of religious conflict
  5. All of the above
  6. None of the above

 

  1. The majority of immigrants from southern Europe were of what origin?
  2. Spanish
  3. Italians
  4. Portuguese
  5. French

 

  1. Immigrants that came to the U.S. from the Madeira and Azore islands are from what country?
  2. Italy
  3. Portugal
  4. Spain
  5. Greece

 

  1. Approximately how many Americans of Italian descent are in the United States today?
  2. 7 million
  3. 10 million
  4. 18 million
  5. 22 million

 

  1. What religion has the highest membership in both Italy and Spain?
  2. Protestant Christianity
  3. Roman Catholic
  4. Wicca
  5. Islam
  6. None of the above

 

  1. What is the most popular and colorful social and religious event for the Portuguese in the U.S.?
  2. Festa de Sennor da Pedra
  3. Christmas
  4. Holy Ghost (Spirit) Festival
  5. Easter

 

  1. What foods do Italians consider to be heavy foods?
  2. Pasta and cheese
  3. Pasta and red meat
  4. Baked and fried foods
  5. Fried foods and red meat
  6. Baked foods and red meat

 

  1. Which food listed below is typically found in the diet of southern Italians but is not indigenous to Europe?
  2. Pork
  3. Olives
  4. Tomatoes
  5. Basil
  6. Beans

 

  1. The climate and geography of Italy has led to more
  2. tomato- and cream-based dishes in the northern region.
  3. tomato-based dishes in the northern region.
  4. cream-based dishes in the southern region.
  5. cream- and cheese-based dishes in the northern region.
  6. all of the above

 

  1. In the 1600s, who first added sugar to the bitter chocolate beverage native to Mexico?
  2. French
  3. British
  4. Spanish
  5. Portuguese

 

  1. What is the shape of fusilli and rotelle pasta?
  2. Spiral
  3. String
  4. Shell
  5. Bowtie

 

  1. Which European country is the largest producer of olives in the world?
  2. Italy
  3. Spain
  4. Portugal
  5. Greece

 

  1. What is the name of a refreshing pureed vegetable soup that is usually served cold in Spain?
  2. Paella
  3. Alioli
  4. Manchego
  5. Gazpacho

 

  1. What is the name of a stew made from pig hearts and liver, then served with beans or potatoes in Portugal?
  2. Cacoila
  3. Lamprey
  4. Asada no espeto
  5. Caldo verde

 

  1. What is the name of cornmeal mush that is often served with cheese or sauce in Italy?
  2. Risotto
  3. Polenta
  4. Panettone
  5. Burrida

 

  1. What is the name of a stuffed pasta named for its little hat shape served in Bologna, Italy?
  2. Cappelleti
  3. Sopesseta
  4. Tortellini
  5. Prosciutto

 

  1. Rome, the capital of Italy, is best known for what long, flat egg noodle that is mixed with butter and grated cheese?
  2. Saltimbocca
  3. Alla Fiorentina
  4. Fettucine Alfredo
  5. Spaghetti

 

  1. In Italy, what dish consists of pizza dough that is folded over a filling of cheese, ham, or salami, then baked or fried?
  2. Calzone
  3. Stuffed crust
  4. Canoli
  5. Zeppole

 

  1. What is the Spanish tomato soup that is thickened with bread crumbs and garnished with Serrano ham and hard-boiled eggs called?
  2. Arroz negro
  3. Angulas
  4. Salmorejo
  5. Pipperrada vasca

 

  1. Crunchy twice-baked cookie slices served on special occasions in Italy are called:
  2. Marsala.
  3. shortbread.
  4. biscotti.
  5. canolli.

 

  1. What is a light breakfast of coffee and bread or churros eaten at about 8 a.m. in Spain called?
  2. Desayuno
  3. Tapas
  4. Merienda
  5. Comida

 

  1. What are little candies that are served in Italy called?
  2. Torrone
  3. Confetti
  4. Amaretti
  5. Cassata

 

  1. What is the popular wine custard dessert thought to have been created by Franciscan monks to increase male vigor?
  2. Crostini
  3. Saltimboca
  4. Minestra
  5. Zabaglione

 

  1. The Mediterranean diet has what key component?
  2. Low intakes of phytochemicals
  3. High relative intakes of monounsaturated fats
  4. High relative intakes of animal fats
  5. Low intakes of fish

 

  1. What is the term used by Italian Americans for a health care provider that is warm and empathetic?
  2. Simpatico
  3. Superba
  4. Suspiro
  5. Cacoila

 

 

True/False Questions

 

_____    1.     Nearly all British immigrants to America were Catholic.

_____    2.     An estimated 36 million Americans today are of Irish descent.

_____    3.     The British family structure reflects the majority family structure of Americans today.

_____    4.     The British diet has many flavorful types of chutney that were adapted from fare from the West Indies.

_____    5.     Mardi Gras is celebrated in France just before the start of the Lenten season.

_____    6.     Creole and Cajun are both the same groups and these terms are used interchangeably.

_____    7.     A dry meal is served once a week by some Italian Americans to cleanse out the system.

_____    8.     While it was traditional for Spain and Italy to celebrate religious feast days, this custom is no longer followed.

_____    9.     In Italy, one traditional custom is to serve seven seafood dishes on Christmas Eve.

_____    10.  Southern Europeans may have a higher rate of lactose intolerance than do northern Europeans.

 

 

Matching Questions

 

  1. An Irish Sunday supper item
  2. A French lunch item
  3. An Italian lunch item
  4. A Basque dinner item
  5. A Portuguese breakfast item

 

_____    1.     Bacalao al a vizcaina

_____    2.     Colcannon

_____    3.     Chourio

_____    4.     Spaghetti con Cozze

_____    5.     Pt

 

 

Short Essay Questions

 

  1. Contrast the religion and socioeconomic status of the early Scotch Irish immigrants in the 1700s to that of the second wave of Irish immigrants in the mid-1800s.

 

  1. Describe who the ancestors of the Cajuns were and briefly describe what typifies Cajun cuisine today.

 

  1. What are the main features of the diet typical of northern Europeans that today are typical of the American diet in general?

 

  1. What are some of the features of the Mediterranean diet that may be health promoting?

 

  1. When comparing northern and southern Italy, what are the main regional differences in pasta and in other core foods?

[1] By Tawni Holmes, Ph.D., R.D., University of Central Oklahoma

Test Bank[1] for Food and Culture 6e
Chapter 8: Africans

 

Multiple Choice Questions

 

  1. How many African Americans are living in the United Sates according to the 2008 census?
  2. 12 million
  3. 18 million
  4. 25 million
  5. 39 million

 

  1. What was the population of Africa estimated to be in 2010?
  2. 1 billion
  3. 624 million
  4. 850 million
  5. 400 million

 

  1. In the history of Africans in the U.S., the legal enslavement period began
  2. in 1816.
  3. in 1619.
  4. in 1769.
  5. in 1517.
  6. none of the above

 

  1. What year did slave importation to America end?
  2. 1690
  3. 1720
  4. 1807
  5. 1902

 

  1. Slavery was one of the factors that led to the Civil War. What year did the Civil War start?
  2. 1823
  3. 1910
  4. 1861
  5. 1790

 

  1. What amendment gave all blacks living in the United States their freedom?
  2. Tenth Amendment
  3. Thirteenth Amendment
  4. Sixteenth Amendment
  5. Nineteenth Amendment

 

  1. Which of the following religious denominations has the largest number of black followers in the U.S. today?
  2. Hinduism
  3. Roman Catholic
  4. Protestant
  5. Santeria
  6. None of the above

 

  1. The first black Christian church founded in the 1770s in South Carolina was what denomination?
  2. Baptist
  3. Catholic
  4. Protestant
  5. Methodist

 

  1. Nearly all Somalis are what religion?
  2. Muslim
  3. Hindu
  4. Orthodox
  5. Voodoo

 

  1. What religion in Ethiopia prohibits the consumption of animal proteins?
  2. Eastern Orthodox
  3. Methodist
  4. Protestant
  5. Church of God in Christ

 

  1. In approximately what percentage of African American households are grandparents responsible for child care?
  2. 80%
  3. 55%
  4. 42%
  5. 10%

 

  1. Somali Bantu women normally have their first child at around what age?
  2. 12
  3. 15
  4. 17
  5. 19

 

  1. In Africa, traditional views of the causes of illness include
  2. natural forces.
  3. social forces.
  4. supernatural forces.
  5. a and c
  6. a, b, and c

 

  1. Traditionally, high blood was believed to be due to
  2. eating foods that are too rich.
  3. eating red foods.
  4. eating acidic foods.
  5. a and b
  6. a, b, and c

 

  1. Traditionally, thin blood was believed to be unable
  2. to elevate blood sugar.
  3. to cool the body.
  4. to nourish the body.
  5. a and b
  6. a, b, and c

 

  1. What sort of natural prescription would an African healer use as a cure for the evil eye?
  2. Bleeding
  3. Massage
  4. Chants
  5. All of the above

 

  1. An African American healer would prescribe ingesting Vicks VapoRub for what ailment?
  2. Cramps
  3. Headache
  4. Malaria
  5. Cold

 

  1. A bag worn around the neck with powders, animal bones or teeth, stones, and/or herbs is called what in Africa?
  2. Gris-gris
  3. Mojo
  4. Root
  5. Hex

 

  1. What type of candies do some blacks believe are helpful in diabetes?
  2. Butterscotch
  3. Peppermint
  4. Cocoa
  5. Cinnamon

 

  1. In West African food, some say texture is more important than taste. What is the preferred texture?
  2. Thin and sticky
  3. Thick and sticky
  4. Opaque and sticky
  5. Thick and rough
  6. All of the above

 

  1. Which of the following is not a staple food crop in Africa?
  2. Cassava
  3. Millet
  4. Peanuts
  5. Rye
  6. Plantains

 

  1. What is one type of cow pea which is found in West Africa ?
  2. Black-eyed pea
  3. Snap pea
  4. Sweet pea
  5. Green pea

 

  1. Mango seeds are known by what name in West Africa?
  2. Agobono
  3. Apon
  4. Og bono
  5. All of the above

 

  1. A peanut candy found in West Africa is called what?
  2. Togbei
  3. Kanya
  4. Gari
  5. Cassava

 

  1. Ethiopian foods are frequently flavored with a hot spice mixture known as berbere. Which of these ingredients does it not contain?
  2. Allspice
  3. Cardamom
  4. Cayenne
  5. Oregano

 

  1. The cuisines of East Africa are influenced in part by which type of fare?
  2. Arab
  3. Asian
  4. British
  5. All of the above

 

  1. What are meat strips dried and preserved over smoke in South Africa called?
  2. Biltong
  3. Bobotie
  4. Chutney
  5. Atjar

 

  1. During the enslavement period, what were two foods that originated in Africa that were eaten by American black slaves in the South?
  2. Greens and turkey
  3. Greens and okra
  4. Okra and cow peas
  5. Cow peas and corn
  6. Corn and turkey

 

  1. Which of the following became common ingredients in the traditional black southern diet?
  2. Corn-based dishes
  3. Hot pepper sauces
  4. Lard
  5. a and b
  6. a, b, and c

 

  1. What is the term coined in the 1960s associated with fresh meats and vegetables made from scratch and thoroughly cooked?
  2. Black food
  3. Real food
  4. Heavy food
  5. Soul food

 

  1. What percentage of African Americans eat greens at least once a month?
  2. 78%
  3. 25%
  4. 12%
  5. 85%

 

  1. The celebration of Kwanzaa originated in
  2. West Africa.
  3. South Africa.
  4. southern Louisiana.
  5. southern California.
  6. Jamaica.

 

  1. What African American holiday was created in 1966 to celebrate the unity of all people of African heritage?
  2. Juneteenth
  3. Sukuma wiki
  4. Kwanzaa
  5. None of the above

 

  1. Tea made from what shrub is thought to cure stomachache among black people?
  2. Redroot
  3. Yellowroot
  4. Blackroot
  5. Greenroot

 

  1. What is the practice of eating nonnutritive substances such as clay, chalk, and laundry starch known as?
  2. Fool
  3. Pone
  4. File
  5. Pica

 

  1. In reference to the practice of pica, which type of substance is usually ingested in urban areas?
  2. Clay
  3. Grass
  4. Laundry starch
  5. Ice

 

  1. On average, African American men living in high-risk inner-city neighborhoods live how many fewer years than Asian American women in general?
  2. 5
  3. 9
  4. 16
  5. 21

 

  1. The incidence of low-birthweight infants is 13.55% among African Americans. What is/are thought to be a likely cause(s)?
  2. High prevalence of pre-pregnancy overweight
  3. Large number of middle-age pregnancies
  4. Inadequate prenatal care
  5. All of the above

 

  1. What significant health problem for African Americans affects 39% and 43% of males and females, respectively, and is thought to contribute to their high incidence of strokes?
  2. Hypertension
  3. Diabetes
  4. Obesity
  5. Anemia

 

  1. What blood disorder that results in anemia is prevalent among African Americans?
  2. Syphilis
  3. Sickle-cell disease
  4. Tuberculosis
  5. Dengue fever

 

  1. Consumption of what substance is common in many parts of Ethiopia and is associated with esophageal cancer?
  2. Clay
  3. Enset
  4. Starch
  5. Fool

 

  1. Among Sudanese immigrants in the U.S., blindness is due to what?
  2. HIV infection
  3. Hepatitis
  4. Malaria
  5. Trachoma

 

  1. What percentage of Ethiopian men in Israel developed hypertension after immigration?
  2. 10
  3. 20
  4. 30
  5. 50

 

  1. In Nigeria, what condition is believed to be an indication that the infant is male when it occurs during pregnancy?
  2. Edema
  3. Iron overload
  4. Diarrhea
  5. Dyslipidemia

 

  1. Some African Americans believe that worriation results in what disease?
  2. Syphilis
  3. Asthma
  4. Hypertension
  5. Diabetes

 

 

True/False Questions

 

_____    1.     Nearly 39 million people, or 12% of the population of the U.S., are African American.

_____    2.     In Africa today ethnic affiliations have no bearing on destabilization among individual nations.

_____    3.     In the early 1900s, when many blacks moved from the South to the northern urban areas, laws that established racial segregation resulted in ghettos.

_____    4.     The importance of the extended family has been maintained among African Americans since tribal times.

_____    5.     In Africa, illness would never be viewed as being a punishment from God.

_____    6.     Voodoo is a spirituality that is both African and Caribbean in origin.

_____    7.     Local food availability and surplus determined the diet of slaves in America.

_____    8.     One-dish meals, like stews, were popular with the black slaves because they were easy to carry to the fields.

_____    9.     Gumbo is a vegetarian dish with greens and the liquid in which they cook.

_____    10.  Even with an increase in socioeconomic status, chitterlings remain a popular food eaten by many urban blacks.

 

 

Matching Questions

 

  1. West African
  2. Ethiopian
  3. East African
  4. South African

 

_____    1.     An arid climate with mountainous plains and lowland valleys

_____    2.     A very temperate climate that allows many fruits and vegetables to grow

_____    3.     Dry, Saharan areas with pastoral tribes

_____    4.     Climate and geography are suited for farming and ranching

 

 

Short Essay Questions

 

  1. What changes in lifestyle were seen when blacks moved from the rural south to the urban north in the 1900s?

 

  1. What different groups influenced the development of African American and traditional southern cuisine?

 

  1. Define pica and describe the nutritional problems it might cause.

 

  1. Describe culturally specific attitudes of African Americans that may impact use of the biomedical system.

 

  1. African Americans have a genetic predisposition for type 2 diabetes mellitus, which contributes to the prevalence rate being disproportionately high. Discuss other factors that significantly contribute to the increase in incidence.

 

 

[1] By Tawni Holmes, Ph.D., R.D., University of Central Oklahoma

Test Bank[1] for Food and Culture 6e
Chapter 10: Caribbean Islanders and South Americans

 

Multiple Choice Questions

 

  1. How many tropical islands are found in the Caribbean between Florida and Venezuela?
  2. 50
  3. 10
  4. 1000
  5. 150

 

  1. Approximately what percentage of the Latino population in the U.S. are Caribbean Islanders?
  2. 15
  3. 20
  4. 10
  5. 5

 

  1. Which group of Caribbean Islanders are not technically immigrants because they are U.S. citizens?
  2. Cubans
  3. Dominicans
  4. Puerto Ricans
  5. Jamaicans

 

  1. Immigrants from Cuba escaping Fidel Castros regime in the late 1950s and early 1960s were typically
  2. lower income.
  3. middle income.
  4. higher income.
  5. released prisoners.
  6. none of the above

 

  1. Marielitos are mostly poor, recent arrivals from what Caribbean Island?
  2. Cuba
  3. Puerto Rico
  4. Dominican Republic
  5. Haiti

 

  1. Most Puerto Ricans reside in what U.S. state?
  2. Florida
  3. New Jersey
  4. Pennsylvania
  5. New York

 

  1. Where is Little Havana, the U.S. community where the majority of Cubans live?
  2. Miami, FL
  3. New York City
  4. The Bronx
  5. The Florida Keyes

 

  1. Among Caribbean immigrants, which Latino group has the lowest rate of unemployment?
  2. Haitians
  3. Cubans
  4. Puerto Ricans
  5. Dominicans

 

  1. The majority of Caribbean Islanders are of what religion?
  2. Roman Catholic
  3. Protestant
  4. Santeria
  5. Rastafari

 

  1. A majority of Jamaicans belong to the _____ faith.
  2. voodoo
  3. Protestant Christian
  4. santeria
  5. Roman Catholic
  6. Rastafari

 

  1. What does the term for the Puerto Rican concept of familycompadrazgomean?
  2. My brother
  3. Family first
  4. Coparenting
  5. Polygamous

 

  1. What is the problem found more often in women and associated with weak character?
  2. Pasmo
  3. Fatique
  4. Nervios
  5. Gaz

 

  1. Which Caribbean culture is especially concerned with flow of blood in relation to illness?
  2. Haitians
  3. Dominicans
  4. Cubans
  5. Jamaicans

 

  1. What type of spiritual healer specializes in soul possession and mental disorders?
  2. Brujos
  3. Santeros
  4. Curenderos
  5. Botanicas

 

  1. Many Caribbean Islanders believe that being a little fat is
  2. associated with well-being.
  3. associated with illness.
  4. protective against evil spirits.
  5. rare, and therefore prized.
  6. protective against poverty.

 

  1. The staple cassava has two varieties: manioc and _____.
  2. taro
  3. yuca
  4. malanga
  5. Pawpaw

 

  1. What is the dish containing legumes most often eaten in the Caribbean called?
  2. Beans and rice
  3. Gungo
  4. Rice and peas
  5. Dal

 

  1. What is a meat stew made from the boiled juice of the cassava called?
  2. Cassarep
  3. Escabeche
  4. Morcillas
  5. Callaloo

 

  1. What is the most popular beverage in the Caribbean?
  2. Fruit juice
  3. Herbal teas
  4. Coffee
  5. Aqua fresca

 

  1. What is the most important beverage in the Caribbean, believed to have originated in Barbados?
  2. Coffee
  3. Rum
  4. Tequila
  5. Soursop juice

 

  1. What is the all-purpose sauce which serves as the foundation for many Puerto Rican dishes?
  2. Alcaparrado
  3. Recaito
  4. Adobo
  5. Sofrito

 

  1. What is the favorite meat in Puerto Rico?
  2. Chicken
  3. Fish
  4. Pork
  5. Beef

 

  1. Which type of beans is Cuban cuisine noted for?
  2. Red beans
  3. Black beans
  4. Black eyed peas
  5. Refried beans

 

  1. In the trading route known as the slave triangle,_____ was/were shipped from the Caribbean to New England.
  2. slaves
  3. cane sugar syrup
  4. rum
  5. molasses
  6. tea

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