Unit Exam 4 - GED 260 - Criminology

Unit Exam 4 - GED 260 - Criminology - GED 260 Criminology...

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Unformatted text preview: GED 260 Criminology UNIT 4 EXAMINATION Multiple Choice Questions (Enter your answers on the enclosed answer sheet) 1. Drug availability in schools varies significantly by chapter 13, learning objective 4) a. the race of the student b. the location of the school (rural, suburban, or urban) c. the type of school (junior high versus high school) d. all of the above 2. involves, among other things, distribution, impOrta- tion, and exportation of a controlled substance. (chapter 13, iearning objective 3) a. Heroin signature program b. Pharmaceutical diversion c. Decriminalization d. Drug trafficking 3. The sale of heroin to anyone under age 18 was made a cap- ital offense by the Act. (chapter 13, learning objective 4) a. Harrison b. Boggs c. Narcotic Control d. Controlled Substances 4. Rates of illicit drug use in 1999 were highest among which of the following racial/ethnic groups? (chapter 13, learning objective 4: a. Hispanics b. Blacks c. Asians d. American Indians and Alaska Natives 5. Which of the following is a direct cost of illegal drug use? (chapter 13, learning objective 1] a. The cost of investigating crimes committed to obtain drug money b. Injuries resulting from drug-related accidents or crime (3. Loss of property values due to drug-related neighbor- hood crime d. The cost of drug treatment programs ____.______________._m GED 260 Criminology UNIT 4 EXAMINATION 6. Legitimate uses of include weight gain and the treatment of arthritis. (chapter 13, learning objective 2) a depressants b. stimulants c anabolic steroids cl inhalants 7. The first major piece of federal antidrug legislation was the Act. (chapter 13, learning objective 2) a. Pure Food and Drug b. Volsted c. Boggs d. Harrison 8. typically reduces criminal penalties associated with the personal possession of a controlled substance. (chapter 13, learning objective 9) a. Decriminalizaiton b. Pharmaceutical diversion c. lnterdiction d. Legalization 9. Software piracy falls within which of David Carter’s cate- gories of computer crime? (chapter 14, learning objective 1) a. Crimes in which computers serve as targets b. Crimes in which computers serve as the instrumentali- ty of the Crime c. Crimes in which the computer is incidental to other Crimes d. Crimes associated with the prevalence of computers 10. Embezzlement is an example of the category of computer crime. (chapter 14, learning objective 1) a. telecommunications-related crimes b. internal computer crimes c. computer manipulation crimes d. theft of hardware and/or software GED 260 Criminology UNIT 4 EXAMINATION 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. refers to methods used to encode computerized information. (chapter 14, learning objective 3) a. Computer virus b. TEMPEST c. Data encryption d. Threat analysis The group most victimized by handgun crime is that of . (chapter 15, learning Objective 4) young black males young white males young black females young white females 9-0 .crs» Which of the following is an example of a deterrence strate- gy? (chapter 15, JEarning objective 3) a. Target hardening 1). increasing programs for infant and maternal health care c. Speeding up trial court processing and sentence impo- sition d. lncapacitation through the use of electronic monitoring According to many criminologists, a comprehensive crime control strategy would involve primarily learning objective 2) . (chapter 15, prevention/avoidance strategies deterrence strategies nurturant strategies a balanced mix of all three strategies on 0-9: During the mid-1960s, President Johnson established the to study crime and the criminal justice system in the United States. [chapter is, learning objective 3) a. President’s Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice b. Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement c. Kerner Commission d. National Advisory Commission on Criminal Justice Standards and Goals ~______.__._____fm GED 260 Criminology UNIT 4 EXAMINATION 16. Currently, the crime rate is and overall handgun use is . (chapter 15, learning objective 3) increasing; decreasing decreasing; increasing increasing; increasing decreasing; decreasing moors» 17. Educating the public about the danger of firearms would be an example of the gun control intervention strategy of . (chapter 15, iearning objective 4) a. reducing the number of guns b. reducing the destructiveness of guns c. changing gun allocation d. altering the uses or storage of guns 18. According to the perspective, crime is seen as a disease and the responsibility for law violation is placed not on individuals afflicted with criminality but on the society responsible for their control. (chapter 15, learning objective 4) social responsibility social problems social forces none of the above goo-9: 19. The first piece of American legislation intended to assist vic- tims of crime was passed in which state? (chapter 15, learning obiective 4) a. New York City b. Oregon c. California d. Illinois 20. refers to problems faced by victims which result from the initial victimization. (chapter 15, learning objective 4) a. Victim-proneness b. Victimology c. Postcri me victimization d. Victimogenesis GED 260 Criminology — NIT 4 EXAMINATION 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Which of the fo|l0wing crimes does futurist Georgette Bennett expect to increase? (chapter 16, learning objective 1) a. Robbery b. Assault c. White-collar crime d. Homicide The paradigm emphasizes identifying the key risk factors for offending and implementing prevention methods designed to counteract them. (chapter is, learning objective 1) a. postmodernist b. peacemaking c. risk factor if. feminist According to George F. Cole, organized crime will become increasingly involved in . (chapter lb, learning objective 1] a. drug smuggling b. prostitution c. immigrant smuggling d. toxic waste disposal Comparative criminology involves the study of crime. [chapter 16, learning objective 5) a. local b. state (2. national d. cross-national According to futurist L. Edward Wells, future explanations of crime will be more focused on explaining crime. (chapter 16, learning objective 2) a. street b. white-collar c. drug—related d. juvenile ...
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