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Micro Economics - 438FinalExamSampleQuiz Spring2007 1.

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438 Final Exam Sample Quiz  Spring 2007 1. 16-year-old Stacy has just been diagnosed with a form of childhood leukemia. Her family  wants to get through this crisis in the best way possible. According to the article by  Froma Walsh, “Family resilience: A framework for clinical practice,” a family that is  resilient in the face of adversity has which of the following characteristics:    a. A positive outlook; they make meaning out of adversity  b. Open and clear communication which allows for emotional expression   c. Flexibility, connectedness and social and emotional resources d. Resilient families have all of the above traits The following two questions refer to the power point presentation by Bonnie Benard, MSW,  2.  Findings from the National Longitudinal Study on Adolescent Health indicate that  ____________ were protective factors against  every  health risk behavior. a. Parent/family connectedness and perceived school connectedness b. Good peer relations in the neighborhood and at school c. Intact family and stable family income d. Teachers who care and are involved      3. In order to develop resilience, adolescents need programs and people that offer  _____________: a. Caring relationships b. High expectations FCS 438 - Spring 2007 Final Exam Page 1 of 6 Congratulations, you have reached the end of the exam!
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c. Meaningful participation d. All of the above   4.   The research reported in “ The importance of parents and other caregivers to the  resilience of high-risk adolescents ,” by  Michael Ungar, indicates that teens (especially  those from high-risk environments):   a. Don’t want parents to interfere with the choices they make in life b. Want and need help with both self-control and negotiating a powerful  identity for themselves  and w ant a parent to remain involved in their lives c. Want to be left alone to determine their own fate d. Want parents to stop being so controlling and let them learn through their own  mistakes 5. According to the article,  The nature and amount of support college-age adolescents 
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