T F Questions

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50 True or False questions
1. Can diversity be defined as people coming together from different races, nationalities, religions and sexes to form a group, organization or community?
2. Is a diverse organization one that values the difference in people?
3. In society today, most people view diversity as a bad thing because it doesn’t give people the chance to experience different things outside of what they are normally accustomed to.
4. Diversity in America is openly viewed as a beneficial bacterium.
5. Diversity as a wide component is a simple thing to use and understand because it has both negative and positive effects on society.
6. Is the lack of cohesion between races, sexes and cultures due to mistrust, stereotyping, and more
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21. Immigration and diversity not only reduce social capital between ethnic groups, but also within groups themselves.
22. People in diverse communities tend to withdraw even from close friends, to expect the worst from their community and its leaders.
23. Diversity can never affect a person in a negative way.
24. Sexual diversity means that everyone has different understandings about what sexuality means to them.
25. Bullying, homophobia and harassment can all change what you think and feel about your sexuality.
26. Acceptance of homosexuals has come far, but in society today are we near reaching an overall acceptance?
27. Homosexuals are into the opposite sex and heterosexuals are into same sex.
28. Marriage is a sacred right given to all human beings, and should not be taken away just because of sexual orientation.
29. Is there a lot of discrimination against people everywhere we look?
30. Whether a person is gay, straight, bisexual, or a lesbian they should be treated with the same respect as everyone else.
31. Is it true that in the whole world the attitude to homosexuals and homosexual marriages and families is rather negative than positive?
32. Is it true that there is evidence to the fact that gays and lesbians are mentally ill?
33. The real attitude of the heterosexual; majority to the same-sex marriages is traditionally negative.
34. Heterosexuals’ attitude to the same-sex marriages is the
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