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Question 12 out of 2 pointsMultitier living cells usually stacked in tiers were known asAnswers:SelectedAnswer:b.cell blocks.a.the congregate system.b.cell blocks.c.inside cells.d.the Auburn system.
ResponseFeedback:PageRef: 35Question 22 out of 2 pointsWhich of the following was not a characteristic of early 19th century penitentiarysystem in America?Answers:
ResponseFeedback:PageRef: 36Question 32 out of 2 pointsOne of the main innovations from Auburn and Eastern State Penitentiary that persisttoday isAnswers:
b.enforced silence.c.prison industries.d.corporal punishment.ResponseFeedback:PageRef: 38Question 40 out of 2 pointsHow did the turbulence in American society in the 1960s impact prisons?Answers:
ResponseFeedback:PageRef: 47Question 52 out of 2 pointsThe recent decline in the number of inmates in state prisons since 2009 is attributed toAnswers:SelectedAnswer:c.the financial recession.a.a significant decrease in crime in the United States.b.a reduction in fear of crime.c.the financial recession.d.changes in correctional policy.
ResponseFeedback:PageRef: 49Question 62 out of 2 pointsThe concept of just deserts in sentencing reflects the ________ philosophy.Answers:
ResponseFeedback:PageRef: 57Question 72 out of 2 pointsBecause you know that your state imposes the death penalty for murder, you decide notto commit this crime. This is an example ofAnswers:
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Term
Fall
Professor
Kevin Markey
Tags
Criminal Justice, criminal law, REF, Probation Violation

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