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Chapter 1-5

SOC 2760 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Mental Disorder, Edwin Sutherland, Subculture


Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOC 2760
Professor
Robert Shearer
Chapter
1-5

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SOC 2760 Article Practise Questions
Unit 1
Question 1
1 / 1 point
In the study of people bereaved by homicide, Malone (2007) demonstrated that Victim Support workers
or volunteers faced the challenge of providing care that:
a)
Did not foster dependency and is proactive
Was both proactive and victim-led
c)
Was victim-led and did not foster dependency
All of the above
Question 2
1 / 1 point
Souilliere (2003) demonstrated that ____ figured most prominently as murder weapons in the three
entertainment programs analyzed in her study:
a)
Knives
Hands, feet, or fists
c)
Guns
Explosives
Question 3
1 / 1 point
The justice programs examined by Souillere (2003) supported the common research finding that:
a)
Few homicides involve multiple victims
Few homicides involve multiple offenders
c)
Most homicides are single victim and single offender
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All of the above
Question 4
1 / 1 point
The gender-by-gender pattern of homicides portrayed in the justice programs examined by Soulliere
(2003) coincided with official statistics and research literature showing that:
a)
Males were most often killed by females
Females were most often killed by females
c)
Males were most often killed by males
None of the above
Question 5
1 / 1 point
With respect to the context of the murder, Souillere (2003) found that justice programs did not fit the
pattern found in research and officials statistics that:
a)
Most homicides are planned
Most homicides are situationally-induced acts of violence
c)
Most homicides are premeditated
Most homicides are random
Question 6
1 / 1 point
According to Malone (2007), role confusion among three particular agencies made it difficult for people
bereaved by homicide to access the services they need:
a)
Probation officers, victim liaison officers (VLOs), and police
Victim liaison officers (VLOs), police, and family liaison officers (FLOs)
c)
Police, family liaison officers (FLOs), and probation officers
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Probation officers, victim liaison officers (VLOs), and family liaison officers (FLOs)
Question 7
0 / 1 point
In the article on people bereaved by homicide, Malone (2007) found that the most intense and
overwhelming feelings of grief and anger tended to emerge:
a)
Immediately following news of the homicide
On the anniversary of the homicide
c)
During the trial
After the trial
Question 8
0 / 1 point
In interviews with people bereaved by homicide, Malone (2007) found that:
a)
Those most affected by the victim's death were always family members
Those most affected by the victim's death were always friends
c)
Those most affected by the victim's death were typically loved ones
Those most affected by the victim's death may not be immediate family members
Question 9
1 / 1 point
Aligning with the picture demonstrated by official statistics and research on the most common location
for murder, Souillere (2003) found that the justice programs analyzed portrayed:
a)
Males as more often being killed in the home
b)
Females as more often killed in the street
c)
The road or highway being the most common homicide location
d)
None of the above
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