CHAPTER 2: THE CONSTITUTION
1. Shayss Rebellion highlighted weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation, most notably
a. that only a simple majority of states paid into federal funds through the requisition system
b. the dangers of vest
CHAPTER 4: CIVIL RIGHTS AND LIBERTIES
1. Which of the following would fall under the rights and liberties protections that the United States
government must provide to citizens?
a. freedom of speech
b. freedom of religion
c. the right to p
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1. Which term refers to the process of making collective decisions, usually by governments, to allocate
public resources and to create and enforce rules for the operation of society?
CHAPTER 3: FEDERALISM
1. Throughout the twentieth century, federalism questions were most often decided in favor of
a. greater power for state governments
b. greater power for the national government
c. greater intergovern-mentalism
CHAPTER 5: CONGRESS
1. Which of these is a power given to Congress in the Constitution?
a. executive agreements
b. drafting treaties
c. vetoing legislation
d. coining money
e. nominating judges
CHAPTER 6: THE PRESIDENCY
1. The Constitutional Conventions decision to vest the national governments executive authority in a
single person was principally intended to _.
a. mimic the British constitutional system
b. create a unified nati
CHAPTER 10: POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
1. Which of the following is true about voting behavior?
a. Poorer, less educated people vote in higher proportions than wealthier, more educated
b. Northerners vote in higher proportions than so
CHAPTER 9: PUBLIC OPINION
1. Policy makers and mass media communications often use measures of _ as
indicators of what the people want.
a. collective judgment
b. public mood
c. private mood
d. public opinion
e. private opinion
Other Issues in Corporate Taxation
Acquisition of Control
ITA 249(4) requires the corporation have a deemed year end on the day
preceding an acquisition of control
ITA 110.1(1.2) places 2 restrictions on the deduction of charitable donations:
WAYLAND BAPTIST UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
1. Mission Statement: Wayland Baptist University exists to educate students in an academically
challenging, learning-focused and distinctively Christian environment for professional suc
A belief that bad things are more likely to happen to other people.
_ In psychology, the characteristics, whether biological or socially influenced, by which people define
male and female.
_The tendency to overestimate the comm
Chapter 9Controlling Information Systems: Business Process Controls
EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE CATEGORY OF BUSINESS PROCESS
CONTROL PLANS AND
APPLICATION CONTROL PLANS COVERED IN THIS CHAPTER AND
THE BUSINESS PROCESS
Audit Study Guide
Principle and Agent Relationship
o Relationship between an owner and manage often results in information
asymmetry between the two parties
Information asymmetry means that the manager generally has more
information about the
AIS Exam Review
An accounting information system is a set of interrelated activities, documents, and
technologies designed to collect data, process it, and report information to a diverse group of
internal and external decision makers in organiz
Strategy a game plan that enables a company to attract customers by
distinguishing itself from competitors.
Decentralization is the delegation of decision-making authority throughout an
organization by giving managers the authority to make decis
(Please Dont Move the Chair) planning, directing and motivating, and
Planning involves establishing a basic strategy, selecting a course of action, and
specifying how the action will be implemented.
Directing and motivating involves
Process Costing is used in companies that produce many units of a single
product for long periods (ex. Paper, beverages for Coke)
Unit product cost =
Job-Order Costing is used in situations where many different products are
produced each perio
CHAPTER 7: THE BUREAUCRACY
1. Upon whose orders do federal bureaucrats act?
a. Congress, governors, and the president
b. Congress, the president, and courts
c. the president, governors, and executive office agencies
d. executive office age
CHAPTER 8: THE JUDICIARY
1. What is the least democratic branch of the American national government?
a. the House of Representatives
b. the Senate
c. the Presidency
d. the Supreme Court
e. the Bureaucracy
The we aspect of our self-concept. The part of our answer to Who am I? that comes from our group.
It is a lot like group-mentality, and the idea of how people in groups tend to copy one-another creating a
clique, or group personality, that