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Food and Culture 6th Edition Kittler Sucher Nelms Test Bank

ISBN-13: 978-0538734974

ISBN-10: 0538734973

 

 

 

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Test Bank[1] for Food and Culture 6e
Chapter 7: Central Europeans, People of the Former Soviet Union,
and Scandinavians

 

Multiple Choice Questions

 

  1. Which country’s immigrants suffered from the Chernobyl nuclear power accident of 1979?
  2. Russia
  3. Czech Republic
  4. Poland
  5. Austria

 

  1. Approximately how many Germans immigrated to America between 1820 and 1900?
  2. 1 million
  3. 3 million
  4. 5 million
  5. 7 million

 

  1. What country sold Alaska to the United States in 1867?
  2. Germany
  3. Russia
  4. Hungary
  5. Austria

 

  1. The largest ethnic group, which includes one in every six Americans, is from what country?
  2. Czech Republic
  3. Germany
  4. Russia
  5. Poland

 

  1. Based on the 2008 census, how many Polish Americans reside in the United States?
  2. 3 million
  3. 5 million
  4. 7 million
  5. 9 million

 

  1. The Pennsylvania Dutch are descendants of people from which country?
  2. Denmark
  3. Germany
  4. Holland
  5. Latvia
  6. Belarus

 

  1. How many Americans of German heritage are in the United States today according to the 2008 census?
  2. 12 million
  3. 25 million
  4. 32 million
  5. 50 million

 

  1. According to a 2008 census, approximately how many Czechs live in America?
  2. 1,600,000
  3. 1,400,000
  4. 1,200,000
  5. 1,000,000

 

  1. A 20,000-member community of Russian Molokans is found in what state in America?
  2. Pennsylvania
  3. Texas
  4. Michigan
  5. California
  6. New York

 

  1. Prior to 1910, Austrians were counted in the census data as
  2. Russians.
  3. Poles.
  4. Hungarians.
  5. Amish.
  6. Central Europeans.

 

  1. Forty percent of Ukrainians in the U.S. live in what state?
  2. Pennsylvania
  3. Texas
  4. California
  5. Michigan

 

  1. The Amish are a sect of
  2. Lutherans.
  3. Anglicans.
  4. Mormons.
  5. Mennonites.
  6. Episcopalians.

 

  1. Most Polish immigrants were of what religion?
  2. Protestant
  3. Catholic
  4. Jewish
  5. Amish

 

  1. Seventy-three percent of the population of Switzerland speaks what language?
  2. Swiss American
  3. Swiss German
  4. Swiss Italian
  5. Swiss French

 

  1. What religious group was derived from the Anabaptist movement, which advocated baptism and church membership for adult believers only?
  2. Baptist
  3. Mennonite
  4. Quaker
  5. Protestant

 

  1. First- and second-generation Hungarian Americans encouraged their children to enter what profession?
  2. Mining
  3. Medicine
  4. Farming
  5. Engineering

 

  1. What immigrants travel in small multi-family groups called kumpania?
  2. Germans
  3. Czechs
  4. Gypsies
  5. Hungarians

 

  1. What is the name of the German festival that is celebrated in the fall and characterized by enjoying polka bands, beer, and sausages?
  2. Royal Wedding Festival
  3. Oktoberfest
  4. Butter Festival
  5. Easter

 

  1. What is the name of the religious Russian festival that precedes the 40 days of Lent?
  2. Royal Wedding Festival
  3. Skoalfest
  4. Butter Festival
  5. Navigrad Festival

 

  1. Which immigrants consume “ghost vomit” as a home remedy?
  2. Gypsies
  3. Austrians
  4. Slovaks
  5. Czechs

 

  1. Russian and FSU nations have healing practices that
  2. are consistent with the biomedical model.
  3. include traditional remedies such as herbal teas.
  4. may attribute illness to supernatural causes.
  5. a and b
  6. a, b, and c

 

  1. Which immigrants maintain their health through marimé, a system of purity and pollution that may be related to Asian Indian beliefs?
  2. Gypsies
  3. Poles
  4. Armenians
  5. Lithuanians

 

  1. Which of the following are both types of German beer?
  2. Lager and kvass
  3. Lager and märzenbier
  4. Marzen and aquavit
  5. Aquavit and sköll

 

  1. Scandinavians are often _____-context communicators.
  2. high
  3. medium
  4. low
  5. none of the above

 

  1. What is the name of the Polish food that consists of stuffed dumplings filled with meat, liver, bacon, potatoes, or fruit?
  2. Pierogi
  3. Kotlety
  4. Kulebiaka
  5. Shnitzel

 

  1. Which wurst is not one of the four basic wursts found in Germany?
  2. Rohwurst
  3. Knockwurst
  4. Bratwurst
  5. Frankwurst

 

  1. What is the national dish of Switzerland?
  2. Marinated beef roast
  3. Veal
  4. Boiled dumplings
  5. Fondue

 

  1. What country is reputed to be the home of apple strudel?
  2. Russia
  3. Poland
  4. Austria
  5. Hungary

 

  1. The Czechs are known for which beer that is bitter tasting but light in color and body?
  2. Pilsner
  3. Weissbier
  4. Bock
  5. Lager

 

  1. In Russia an array of appetizers, which may range from two simple dishes to an entire table spread with countless hors d’oeuvres, is called
  2. mohnkuchen.
  3. zakuski.
  4. borscht.
  5. abendbrot.

 

  1. What is the name of the beer created by the Germans which is now described as American-style beer?
  2. Pilsner
  3. Stout
  4. Lager
  5. Bock

 

  1. Soup made from beets called borscht is a popular meal in
  2. Russia.
  3. Czech Republic.
  4. Finland.
  5. Poland.

 

  1. What is a favorite bread in Germany and Switzerland that is sometimes sliced to make sandwiches?
  2. Spatzle
  3. Cornmeal bread
  4. Soft pretzels
  5. Wheat bread

 

  1. Regional variations in cuisine among central Europeans are minor with the exception of what country?
  2. Austria
  3. Armenia
  4. Hungary
  5. Switzerland

 

  1. How many meals a day do Gypsies customarily eat?
  2. 6
  3. 4
  4. 3
  5. 2

 

  1. What is one health practice in Sweden that has been widely adopted in the U.S?
  2. Cupping
  3. Bloodletting
  4. Aromatherapy
  5. Massage

 

  1. How do the Czechs prepare carp during Christmastime?
  2. Breaded and fried
  3. Baked with dried prunes
  4. Cold in aspic
  5. Fish soup
  6. All of the above

 

  1. Which of these countries is not Scandinavian?
  2. Germany
  3. Norway
  4. Denmark
  5. Finland

 

  1. What is a core food of the Scandinavian diet?
  2. Fish
  3. Fruit
  4. Berries
  5. Aquavit
  6. Beer

 

  1. In Scandinavia, when a large variety of hot and cold dishes are laid out for the diner to serve him- or herself, this is known as a _____.
  2. buffet
  3. tablebord
  4. smörgåsbord
  5. feast
  6. zakuski

 

  1. What is the open-faced sandwich traditionally served in Denmark which means “buttered bread” called?
  2. Smörgåsbord
  3. Øllebrød
  4. Smørrebrød
  5. Flatbrød

 

  1. What is the dried, salted cod soaked in lye that is customary in Norway?
  2. Lutefisk
  3. Klenjner
  4. Rommegrot
  5. Glogg

 

  1. Which of the following is true regarding German conversation?
  2. Good manners and formality are expected
  3. Honesty and directness are appreciated
  4. Direct eye contact is a sign of attentiveness and trust
  5. All of the above are true

 

  1. Which secular Scandinavian holiday features maypoles, bonfires, and feasting on June 24?
  2. June Day
  3. Advent Day
  4. St. Lucia’s Day
  5. Midsummer’s Day

 

  1. What percentage of men in Finland are estimated to be overweight or obese?
  2. 20%
  3. 30%
  4. 50%
  5. 60%

 

 

True/False Questions

 

_____    1.     The climate of central Europe is harsh and cold and the land is not particularly fertile.

_____    2.     Central European foods have become common in the American diet.

_____    3.     Although Gypsies originally come from a variety of countries, they all speak the same dialect.

_____    4.     The Pennsylvania Dutch still form a cohesive ethnic community of German descendants.

_____    5.     Most Swiss immigrants were multilingual and easily assimilated into the U.S. culture.

_____    6.     Russian families were traditionally smaller than those in the U.S. but after immigration the family size increases.

_____    7.     Dumplings are common in Germany and in Czechoslovakia but not in Russia.

_____    8.     Plentiful supplies of meat led to the addition of breadcrumbs and other items to meatballs.

_____    9.     Zakuski, meaning “small bites,” is still part of Russian dinners today.

_____    10.  Lutefisk is made from dried, salted cod, which is soaked in a lye solution before cooking.

 

 

Matching Questions

 

  1. Germany
  2. Russia
  3. Hungary
  4. Poland

 

_____    1.     Gulyás

_____    2.     Sauerbraten

_____    3.     Chicken Kiev

_____    4.     Kielbasa

_____    5.     Knödel

 

 

Short Essay Questions

 

  1. Briefly describe three waves of immigration from Russia to the U.S.

 

  1. How did the political relations between the FSU and the U.S. affect Russian acculturation?

 

  1. What is the name for the traditional spirituality of the Gypsies, and what does it suggest about associations between Gypsies and non-Gypsies?

 

  1. What are some of the historical influences on Armenian cuisine, and how do these influences relate to Armenia’s history and geography?

 

  1. What are two of the Scandinavian cooking and food processing methods that reflect traditional food preservation methods?

 

Answer Key for Chapter 7

 

Multiple Choice

 

 

  1. a (p. 181)
  2. c (p. 164)
  3. b (p. 165)
  4. b (p. 163)
  5. d (p. 166)
  6. b (p. 166)
  7. d (p. 166)
  8. a (p. 167)
  9. d (p. 167)
  10. c (p. 165)
  11. a (p. 167)
  12. d (p. 168)
  13. b (p. 168)
  14. b (p. 167)
  15. b (p. 168)
  16. d (pp. 166-167)
  17. c (p. 169)
  18. b (p. 176)
  19. c (p. 178)
  20. a (p. 179)
  21. e (pp. 170-171)
  22. a (p. 170)
  23. b (p. 174)
  24. c (p. 190)
  25. a (p. 171)
  26. d (p. 173)
  27. d (p. 173)
  28. c (p. 174)
  29. a (p. 174)
  30. b (pp. 175-176)
  31. c (p. 180)
  32. a (p. 175)
  33. c (p. 171)
  34. b (p. 171)
  35. d (p. 175)
  36. d (p. 185)
  37. e (p. 177)
  38. a (p. 183)
  39. a (p. 185)
  40. c (p. 188)
  41. c (p. 187)
  42. a (p. 188)
  43. d (p. 182)
  44. d (p. 189)
  45. d (pp. 189-190)

 

 

 

 

True/False

 

 

  1. F (p. 162)
  2. T (p. 162)
  3. F (p. 165)
  4. T (p. 166)
  5. T (p. 167)
  6. F (p. 169)
  7. F (p. 171)
  8. F (p. 173)
  9. T (p. 175)
  10. T (p. 188)

 

 

 

 

Matching

 

  1. c (p. 173)
  2. a (p. 171)
  3. b (p. 171)
  4. d (p. 173)
  5. a (p. 171)

 

 

 

Short Essay Questions (page references)

 

  1. pp. 165-166
  2. p. 167
  3. p. 168
  4. p. 175
  5. p. 185

 

 

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

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