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Primary and secondary categories of diversity

48. Primary categories of diversity refer to learned characteristics that a person acquires and modifies throughout life.

ANS: F

Primary categories of diversity refer to genetic characteristics that affect a person's self-image and socialization.

49. Age, race, and education are examples of primary categories of diversity.

ANS: F

Age and race are, but education is an example of the secondary category.

50. One of the key attributes of diversity is communicating and personally practicing a commitment to work with individuals and team members because of their talents and contributions, regardless of their personal attributes.

ANS: T
51. As a category of diversity, age includes the number of years a person has been alive and the generation into which the individual was born.


ANS: T
52. The employment and volunteer positions the person has held and the variety of organizations for which the person has worked is an example of a primary category of diversity.

ANS: F

This is an example of a secondary category (work experience).

53. Ethnicity is identification with a cultural group that has shared traditions and heritage, including national origin, language, religion, food, and customs.

ANS: T
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