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76. (p. 217) Nonconformist activities or styles are sometimes turned into commercial products. This is called A. direct marketing. B. consumer rebellion. C. commercialization of deviance. D. radical chic.
Bloom's Taxonomy: Remember Level: Basic Topic: The Commercialization of Deviance
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77. (p. 218) Why are nonconformist activities or styles attractive as commercial products?
Bloom's Taxonomy: Understand Level: Moderate Topic: The Commercialization of Deviance 78. (p. 214) Ex-prisoners have a difficult time reintegrating into the community. Which is the most stubborn obstacle that prevents their transition into normal life?
Bloom's Taxonomy: Apply Level: Moderate Topic: Crime and Punishment 79. (p. 213) The argument that the death penalty is justified because the most horrendous crimes deserve the most severe punishment is an example of which rationale for punishment?
Bloom's Taxonomy: Remember Level: Basic Topic: Crime and Punishment 80. (p. 213) The belief that offenders need to be incarcerated to eliminate threat and prevent harm to the public is an example of which rationale for punishment? A. elimination B. protection C. restoration D. neutralization
Bloom's Taxonomy: Remember Level: Basic Topic: Crime and Punishment 81. (p. 212) Which of the following is an important factor that contributed to the declining trend in crime rates in the 1990s?
Bloom's Taxonomy: Remember Level: Moderate Topic: Crime and Punishment 82. (p. 214, 216) Some have argued that recidivism rates indicate the American criminal justice system ________ in preventing chronic crime.
Bloom's Taxonomy: Understand Level: Moderate Topic: Crime and Punishment 83. (p. 213) Which rationale for punishment advocates efforts to resocialize offenders by improving their training and education to increase their chances for reintegration?
Bloom's Taxonomy: Remember Level: Basic Topic: Crime and Punishment
84. (p. 217) Punk rock based its appeal on the rejection of mainstream culture and its artifacts. It lost its nonconformist credibility once its symbols were sold in stores. This scenario is consistent with which concept? A. normalization B. legalization C. overconformity D. commercialization of deviance
Bloom's Taxonomy: Apply Level: Moderate Topic: The Commercialization of Deviance

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