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Social Justice Unit 1 Quiz

Quiz by Charlene Flood

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13 questions
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  • Q1
    Jesus came to serve those in his society who were not valued and had little power. Today, Christians are called to do the same. These groups of people can be called _________
    industrialized
    social
    marginalized
    baptized
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  • Q2
    Justice is a cardinal virtue that is best defined as...
    Considering the outcomes of our actions before we choose them
    Giving God and each person what he or she has a right to
    having the courage to stand up for one's beliefs
    practicing self-control with one's use of created goods
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  • Q3
    Why are humans naturally social beings?
    Because this is the best way to get what we want
    Because we are made in the image of God who is 'social'
    because this was necessary for survival during cave-man times
    Trick question! Humans are not naturally social
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  • Q4
    a group of persons bound together by a principle of unity can be called...
    a subsidiarity
    a synergy
    a society
    a solidarity
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  • Q5
    The organized social institutions/systems as well as the patterns of behavior in a given society are its
    Social Structures
    Freedoms
    Organizations
    Laws
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  • Q6
    Individual choices have far-reaching impacts on other people because humans are related to eachother in an _____________ manner
    interdependent
    independent
    exclusive
    individualistic
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  • Q7
    seeking to uphold human dignity by giving everyone the same things to overcome obstacles
    Equity
    Equality
    Justice
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  • Q8
    seeking to uphold human dignity by giving individuals what they need to overcome obstacles
    Equality
    Equity
    Justice
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  • Q9
    Which of the following is an example of a sinful social structure?
    labor laws that protect workers' right to unionize
    Jim Crow laws which enforced racial segregation in the Southern US
    an individual's choice to abuse her dog
    a bank heist performed by a group of 12 con-artists
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  • Q10
    The Social Structures that help all members of a society to reach their fulfillment can be referred to as:
    the graced society
    the social norm
    the common good
    the christian virtue
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  • Q11
    Which is an example of a graced social structure?
    an individual's choice to volunteer at a soup kitchen
    speed limits and other traffic laws
    The Trail of Tears and other situations of forced migration
    Jesus' sacrificial death on the Cross
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  • Q12
    the common good is rooted in the idea that
    people are more important than things
    it is good when everyone in a society shares the same beliefs and opinions
    progress in society occurs when profit is the main goal
    every person is an island responsible only for caring for him or herself
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  • Q13
    Striving for the common good always begins by meeting the needs of...
    authorities
    Christians
    individuals
    the majority population
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