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CourseDrugs, Gangs and Organized CriTestMidterm Exam: Chapters 1 - 5 (150 pts)Started11/9/15 12:43 AMSubmitted11/9/15 2:34 AMStatus38/50Attempt Score76%. Time Elapsed1 hour, 50 minutes out of 2 hours.InstructionsQuestion 13 out of 3 pointsCHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY. In which of the following regions are the presence of transnational gangs NOT pronounced?Question 20 out of 3 pointsIn Los Angeles, _________ gangs have seemed to attracted the most attention among Asian gangs for their unique structure and activity.Response Feedback:Learning objective: N/A; Cognitive Domain: Knowledge; Answer Location: Pg. 12; Question Type: MCQuestion 33 out of 3 pointsCHOOSE ALL THAT APPLY. In what Southern cities did gang-related homicides make up 20% of all homicides between 1996 and 2009?
Question 43 out of 3 pointsWhich of the following is NOT an example of institutional inequality, such as was experienced by Blacks moving to Los Angeles from the South in the 1920s?Question 53 out of 3 pointsTreating gang members as family members in Mexican American gangmembers is an example of extending barrio boundaries.Question 63 out of 3 pointsWhich of the following is NOT an example of “defensive loyalism”?
Question 73 out of 3 points____________ implies that gang members have different standards of conduct than non-gang members, which are often displayed during “cycles of violence.”Question 83 out of 3 pointsWhich of the following is NOT an example of a “threat to law enforcement” as delineated by the Texas Fusion Center’s assessment matrix of prison gang threat?Question 93 out of 3 pointsThe __________________was responsible for most drastically increasing the number and diversity of new immigrants entering the United States since the 19th century.Learning objective: N/ACognitive Domain: Comprehension Answer Location: Pg. 14Question Type: MC