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  Topic 7: Deviance   Topic 7 Quiz Started on Saturday, February 24, 2018, 10:00 PM State Finished Completed on Saturday, February 24, 2018, 10:16 PM Time taken 16 mins 5 secs Grade 52.00 out of 60.00 ( 87 %) Question 1 Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Flag question Question text Studies of crime committed by government Select one: a. have been emphasized by conflict theorists. b. show that presidential power may be used to victimize personal enemies.
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c. show that today's students have grown up with at least one well-publicized scandal for every  presidential administration, regardless of political party affiliation. d. All of the choices are correct.  Feedback The correct answer is: All of the choices are correct. Question 2 Incorrect 0.00 points out of 4.00 Flag question Question text Which of the following is NOT one of the categories of crime outlined by Richard Quinney? Select one: a. crimes of ultimatum b. crimes of domination  c. crimes of resistance d. predatory crime Feedback The correct answer is: crimes of ultimatum Question 3 Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Flag question
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Question text According to the text's writings about the criminal justice system, Select one: a. police officers spend over 50 percent of their time dealing with crime. b. since 1973, average prison sentences have lengthened substantially. c. the United States has an extremely high rate of imprisonment: 25 imprisonments per 100 crime  victimizations. d. in the United States, the criminal justice system is an adversary system.  Feedback The correct answer is: in the United States, the criminal justice system is an adversary system.
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