Unit Exam 3 - GED 260 - Criminology

Unit Exam 3 - GED 260 - Criminology - GED 260 Criminology...

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Unformatted text preview: GED 260 Criminology UNIT 3 EXAMINATION Multiple Choice Questions (Enter your answers on the enclosed answer sheet) 1. The perspective is characterized by the idea that there are core values and morals on which most members Of society agree. (chapter 9, learning objective 2) a. consensus b. radical c. conflict d. pluralist 2. Which of the following is not one of Richard Quinney’s six Marxist propositions for an understanding of crime? (chapter‘J, learning objective 2) a. The state is organized to serve the interests of the dom~ inant economic class. b. The criminal law is an instrument of the state to per- petuate the existing social and economic order. c. American society is based on an advanced capitalist economy. d. The criminal justice system is an organization designed to maintain order throughout society. 3. in The Rich Get Richer and The Poor Get Prison, suggests that the criminal justice system is biased against the poor. (chapter 9, learning objective 2) a Rita J. Simon b George Vold c. Jeffrey Reiman d Richard Quinney 4. Which of the following is not a midrange strategy proposed by radical-critical criminologists to bring about a justice system closer to the radical ideal? (chapter9, learning objective 2) a. Increasing equality in criminal justice system employ- ment b. Programs designed to reduce prison overcrowding Prosecution of corporate crime Promotion of mandatory sentencing an ____________m GED 260 Criminology 5. is a major source of left realist writings in England. (chapter 9, learning objective 3) a. Jock YOung b. Walter DeKeseredy c. John Hagan d. Dragan Milovanovic 6. Which of the following criminologists has shifted orienta— tion several times and is currently considered to be a peacemaking criminologist? [chapter 9, learning objective 2) a. Walter DeKeseredy b. Richard Quinney c. Jock Young d. Dragan Milovanovic 7. Which of the following is not one of the three principles on which the restorative justice movement is based? (chapters, learning objective 3) a. Crime is seen as causing multiple injuries to victims, the community, and the offender. b. The criminal justice process should assist in the repair of injuries caused by crime. c. Crime can be ended only when suffering is ended and there is social justice. d. The government’s monopoly over societal response to crime needs to end. 8. In 1905, described the struggle between the haves and the have-nots as a natural consequence of capitalist society. (chapter 9, learning objective 2) a. George Vold b. William Chambliss c. Richard Quinney d. Willem Bonger 9. The concept that the powerful strive to keep their power is a characteristic of the perspective. (chapter 9, learning objective 2) a. conflict b. consensus c. pluralistic d. all of the above m_____________ GED 260 Criminology UNIT 3 EXAMINATION 10. According to Ralf Dahrendorf, constructive change increas- ES within society. (chapter 9, learning objective 3) a. cohesiveness b. tension c. conflict d. stasis 11. criminology shifts the center of focus onto a prag- matic assessment of crime and the needs of crime victims. [chapter 9, learning objective 4) a. Feminist b. Postmodern c. Peacemaking d. Realist 12. criminology suggests that social contol agencies and citizens should work together to alleviate social prob— lems and human suffering and thus reduce crime. (chapter 9, learning objective 4) a. Constitutive b. Peacemaking C. Semiotic d. Anarchic 13. The association between alcohol and victim-precipitated homicides is . (chapter 10, learning objective 2) a. positive and significant b. positive but not significant c. negative and significant d. negative but not significant 14. The shoplifter is the most common type, according to Richard Moore’s t ole . (chapter 11, learning obiective 3) VP Y a. amateur b. semiprofessional c. episodic d. occasiomal _____________________m GED 260 Criminology UNIT 3 EXAMINATION 15. The infirm category of McShane and Noonan’s typology of shoplifters was most likely to contain which of the following persons? [chapter 11, learning objective 4) a. A young male b. A middle—aged female c. A middle-aged male d. An elderly female 16. Among the business fences used as a front for their criminal activity, a(n) is perceived as quasi-legitimate or marginal. (chapter '1']. learning objective 5) a. restaurant b. auto parts shop c. pawnshop d. antique shop 17. The offense where the highest percentage of victims report missing time from work as a result of the crime is (chapter 11, learning objective 4) household burglary robbery motor vehicle theft none of the above 0.9 0*?) 18. The primary motivation for the crime ofjoyriding is . (chapter 11, learning objective 2) profit fun to meet a long-term need for transportation to meet a short-term need for transportation moo-9: 19. According to Mary Ann Cameron’s typology, shoplifters who primarily stole for their own personal gratification were known as . (chapter 11, learning objective 4) a. boosters b. impulsive shoplifters c. snitches d. enigmas GED 260 Criminology UNIT 3 EXAMINATION 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Which of the following is not one of the main reasons many offenders prefer burglary to robbery or other crimes? (chapter 11, learning objective 2) a. Robbery involves direct contact with the victim b. Some offenders do not own guns c. The penalties for drug offenses are becoming increas- ingly serious d. Robbery is less exciting than burglary A fence commits the crime Of . {chapter I 1, learning objec- tive 2) a. burglary b. robbery c. criminal receiving d. motor vehicle theft individuals aged generally start fires either acci- dently Ol' OUt Of CUFlOSlty. (chapter 11, learning objective 3) seven or younger eight to twelve thirteen to eighteen eighteen and over QOCTPJ The Black Hand specialized in . (chapter 12, learning objec— tive 4; a. gambling and loansharking b. racketeering c. intimidating Italian immigrants d. drug smuggling The first federal legislation aimed specifically at curtailing organized crime activities was the Act. (chapter 12, learning objective 5) a. omerta b. RlCO c. Hobbs d. BCCI GED 260 Criminology UNIT 3 EXAMINATION 25. The are the lowest level of family membership. (chapter 12, learning objective 3) a. soidiers b. lieutenants c. agents d. consigliere ...
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