DIF: Difficult REF: Page 178TOP: Factual OBJ: Labeling Theory49.When a label is said to be “sticky” when referring to deviance, it means:a.the criminal justice system must get involved.b.the Mafia is behind the deviance.c.that it is hard to lose that label.d.that only one person at a time can be labeled.DIF: Moderate REF: Page 180TOP: Conceptual OBJ: Labeling Theory50.Jennifer goes into a local boutique and slips a bracelet into her purse. She successfully shoplifts. Labeling theorists would call this ____________ deviance.
DIF: Moderate REF: Page 200TOP: Applied OBJ: Labeling Theory51.David Rosenhan (1973) sent some of his students to a psychiatric hospital saying they were “hearing voices.” Each pseudo-patient was admitted and diagnosed with a mental disorder. He was illustrating ____________ theory.DIF: Moderate REF: Pages 197, 200TOP: Applied OBJ: Labeling Theory52.Which of the following is a negative social label that alters a person’s self-concept and identity, as well as how others treat the person?DIF: Difficult REF: Page 201TOP: Factual OBJ: Stigma53.Devah Pager (2001) found, in her study of job applications and criminal records, that a negative social label affects people’s chance in life. This label is called a ____________ by sociologists.a.crimeb.biasc.stigmad.primary devianceDIF: Easy REF: Page 201TOP: Factual OBJ: Stigma54.Which theory explains how social context and social cues impact the way individuals act, specifically, whether or not local, informal norms allow acts such as vandalizing an abandoned car?DIF: Easy REF: Page 203TOP: Factual OBJ: Broken Windows Theory
Available at: bit.ly/2mi0tD755.When analyzing U.S. crime rates, your textbook author explains that the best indicator we have of crime is the:DIF: Easy REF: Page 207TOP: Factual OBJ: Crime56.Charles is a 41-year-old man who recently got caught committing a crime afterserving a long prison sentence. This is an example of:DIF: Moderate REF: Page 209TOP: Applied OBJ: Crime57.Which theory developed by Cloward and Ohlin (1960) explains that street crime rises and falls in relation to the availability of legitimate economic opportunities?a.differential opportunity theoryb.strain theoryc.deterrence theoryd.broken windows theoryDIF: Easy REF: Page 204TOP: Factual OBJ: Street Crime