DIF Difficult REF Page 178 TOP Factual OBJ Labeling Theory 49 When a label is

Dif difficult ref page 178 top factual obj labeling

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DIF: Difficult REF: Page 178 TOP: Factual OBJ: Labeling Theory 49.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 180 TOP: Conceptual OBJ: Labeling Theory 50.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 200 TOP: Applied OBJ: Labeling Theory 51.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, 200 TOP: Applied OBJ: Labeling Theory 52.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 201 TOP: Factual OBJ: Stigma 53.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 deviance DIF: Easy REF: Page 201 TOP: Factual OBJ: Stigma 54.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 203 TOP: Factual OBJ: Broken Windows Theory
Available at: bit.ly/2mi0tD7 55.When analyzing U.S. crime rates, your textbook author explains that the best indicator we have of crime is the: DIF: Easy REF: Page 207 TOP: Factual OBJ: Crime 56.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 209 TOP: Applied OBJ: Crime 57.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 theory DIF: Easy REF: Page 204 TOP: Factual OBJ: Street Crime

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