CFS 2065 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Resource Management, Forward Association Football, True20

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CFS 2065: Family Resource Management Name: Elizabeth Shelby
Chapter One
Assignment One
Please answer the following questions:
True/False:
1. The concept of family has emerged as the newest form of relationship.
False
2. Managing family resources has always been a process involving effective decision- making.
True
3. A family decision that requires more deliberation is more stressful.
True
4. Fulfilling family needs does not always require resources.
False
5. The history of family science is closely linked to business management.
True
6. Although there are similarities between family resource management and business management,
only business focuses on efficiency of resources.
False
7. Family decisions that have long lasting impact would benefit from the Rational Model structure of
decision-making.
True
8. The Political Model of decision-making relies on habitual ways of doing things and low risk decisions.
False
9. The Bureaucratic Model of decision-making focuses on individual interests and conflict within the
group.
False
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10. The influences of science are historical contextual factors that have had an impact on families today.
True
11. The availability of fresh produce is an environmental factor that influences families.
True
12. Available resources influence family management.
True
13. According to Kluckholn and Strodtbeck, the variety of solutions possible to solve human problems is
limitless.
False
14. The only orientation of human nature is a belief that all people are basically good.
False
15. Cultures deal with time orientations to maintain existence over time.
True
16. Time orientation includes the past, present and future.
True
17. A human relations orientation where there is a definite chain of command in place is called a lineal
pattern.
True
18. Meers of a ulture ho ahiee their group’s ideals are deeed suessful.
False
19. A family service provider should tr to hage the liets’ orldie orietatio to reflet the ies
of the majority culture.
False
20. Awareness and understanding of different worldviews provide the human service professional with
increased options and objectivity.
True
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True/false: the concept of family has emerged as the newest form of relationship. False: managing family resources has always been a process involving effective decision- making. True: a family decision that requires more deliberation is more stressful. True: fulfilling family needs does not always require resources. False: the history of family science is closely linked to business management. True: although there are similarities between family resource management and business management, only business focuses on efficiency of resources. False: family decisions that have long lasting impact would benefit from the rational model structure of decision-making. True: the political model of decision-making relies on habitual ways of doing things and low risk decisions. False: the bureaucratic model of decision-making focuses on individual interests and conflict within the group. False: the influences of science are historical contextual factors that have had an impact on families today. True: the availability of fresh produce is an environmental factor that influences families.

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