Final Quiz

Final Quiz

Welcome to your Final Quiz!

A score of more than 75% correct answers is required to obtain a certificate. Some questions will ask for multiple answers. There is no limit to the number of times you can attempt this quiz. You can also re-take and review the training and practice quizzes at any time. ​The information you provide is not shared with the public, but may be given to your university/college if they request confirmation of employee completion. Overall numbers of people taking the course may also be used for research purposes, however your name and any defining information is removed.

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1.

Sexual violence is:

2.

Which percentage of college and university-aged women will experience some form of sexual assault during their academic career:

3.

Which of the following contribute to sexual violence?

4.

MYTH or FACT? Survivors of a sexual violence are easily identified. 

5.

MYTH or FACT? Offenders are solely responsible for their own behavior.

6.

MYTH or FACT?: A person who commits a sexual offence while under the influence of drugs or alcohol cannot be held responsible for their actions. 

7.

MYTH or FACT?: The majority of sexual assaults are committed against women by men.

8.

MYTH or FACT:? Many woman play hard to get and really mean yes when they say “no”.

9.

MYTH or FACT:? People who live with activity limitations are over two times more likely to be victims of sexual assault than those who are able-bodied.

10.

MYTH or FACT:? A person who is sexually assaulted would not continue in a relationship with a perpetrator. 

11.

Which of the following responses are not victim-blaming?

12.

Stereotypical gender attitudes and oppressive beliefs such as sexism, heterosexism, racism, classism, ageism, and religious intolerance correlate with:

13.

Which of these are social locations of advantage/privilege?

14.

Which of these are social locations of advantage/privilege?

15.

Which of these are social locations of advantage/privilege?

16.

TRUE or FALSE?: Sexual violence affects members of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and non-conforming communities at higher rates.

17.

TRUE or FALSE?: Women are more likely than men to experience cyber misogyny by a classmate or co-worker.

18.

DEFINITIONS:


An individual’s or group’s rightful share of society’s resources and input into the practices of social structures and institutions is:

19.

Actions that reinforce heteronormative gender roles and aim to subordinate or bully on the basis of sex and/or gender identity and/or gender expression are:

20.

An analysis of social relations and structures within society that recognizes how we all exist uniquely within multiple and overlapping identities.

21.

The presumption by the dominant group that everyone is heterosexual and that heterosexuality is the superior and more desirable form of attraction is:

22.

A pervasive form of racial discrimination directed at people of African descent is:

23.

Gender identity that does not identify with any gender norm is:

24.

Canada’s legacy of colonization has resulted in high rates of violence experienced by Indigenous peoples. Indigenous women experience sexual violence at higher rates than non Indigenous women.

25.

The likelihood of young adults between 18 and 24 years of age experiencing cyberbullying compared to those aged 25 and over is:

26.

Victim blaming is an unsupportive and re-victimizing response that includes:

27.

Joey and Akimi disclose the re-victimization they are experiencing as students as well as their past struggles with mental health. In the unsupportive responses they are re-victimized even further by:

28.

Nada has experienced both physical assault and persistent sexual harassment. She tells her professor that she does not want to formally report or have her family know. Which of the following should the professor do?

29.

Fiona was sexually assaulted because:

30.

Consent is an active, willing, voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity. Consent: 

31.

Leah and Akimi are students who are also employed at their educational institution. Which of the following are NOT true for them?

32.

While few Canadians report sexual harassment at work, how many say they’ve experienced this form of sexual violence?

33.

Survivors of sexual violence are more likely to experience:

34.

The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Act requires that every college or university shall; “appropriately accommodate the needs of students who are affected by sexual violence” and that “students are not required to report an incident of, or make a complaint about, sexual violence in order to obtain the supports and services or the accommodation.”


Which of the following accommodations fit this description:

35.

Which of the following are NOT a barrier to disclosing sexual violence:

36.

Which of the following are examples of tangible support for survivors of sexual violence?

37.

When someone discloses an incident of sexual violence to you should:

38.

Identify the unsupportive responses:

39.

Employees of colleges and universities can: