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Corrections

1) 4 types correctional staff : line,supervisor,manager,leader
2) 2 men recognized as developing concept of indetermine sentencing conditional release preparing offenders for release & transitioning to lower classes of classification were : Alexander Maconochie and Sir Walter
3) Was responsible for "Nothing works : Robert Martinson
4) historically most dominant goal in corrections : punishment
5) SC case address test of proportionality as a guideline for being proportinate to the crime committed. This address addressed the gravity of effects : Solem vs Helm

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 16

Life Course Latent Trait and Trajectory Theories

1) Life Course Theories : As people go through the life course, social and personal traits undergo change and influence behavior.
2) Interactional Theory : Criminals go through life-sylte changes during their offending career. Crime influences lifestyle and changing lifestyle influences crime.
3) General Theory of Crime and Delinquency (GTCD) : Five critical life domains shape criminal behavior and are shaped by criminal behavior.
4) Age-Graded Theory : As people mature, the factors that influence their propensity to commit crime change. In childhood, family factors are critical; in adulthood marital and job are key factors.
5) Latent Trait Theories : A master trait controls human development.

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 11

Social Conflict/Critical Criminology Theories

1) Left Realism : Crime is a function of relative deprivation; criminals prey on the poor.
2) Critical Feminist Theory : The capitalist system creates patriarchy, which oppresses women.
3) Power-Control Theory : Girls are controlled more closely than boys in traditional male-dominated households. There is gender equity in contemporary egalitarian homes.
4) Peacemaking Criminology : Peace and humanism can reduce crime; conflict resolution strategies can work.

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 4

Social Process Theories Chapter 7

1) Differential Association Theory : People learn to commit crime from exposure to antisocial definitions.
2) Differential Reinforcement Theory : Criminal behavior depends on the person's experiences with rewards for conventional behavior and punishment for deviant ones. Being rewarded for deviance leads to crime.
3) Neutralization Theory : Youths learn ways of neutralizing moral restraints and periodically drift in and out and criminal behavioral patterns.
4) Hirschi's Control Theory : A person's bond to society prevents him or her from violating social rules. If the bond weakens, the person is free to commit crime.
5) Social Reaction Theory : People enter into law-violating careers when they are labeled for the acts and organize their personalities around the labels. Also known as Labeling Theory.

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 5

Social Structure Theories Chapter 6

1) Shaw and McKay's concentric zones theory : crime is a product of transitional neighborhoods that manifest social disorganization and value conflict.
2) Social Ecology Theory : The conflicts and problems of urban social life and communities, including fear, unemployment, deterioration, and siege mentality, influence crime rates.
3) Anomie Theory : People who adopt the goals of society but lack the means to attain them seek alternatives, such as crime.
4) Institutional Anomie Theory : The desire to accumulate wealth and material good pervades all aspects of American life.
5) General Strain Theory : Strain causes crime in the absence of adequate coping methods.

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 8

greg

1) greg sucks : True

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 1

Trait Theories Chapter 5 Criminology

1) Biochemical Theory : The major premise of crime, especially violence, is a function of diet, vitamin intake, hormonal imbalance, or food allergies.
2) Neurological Theory : Criminals and delinquents often suffer brian impairment, as measure by the EEG. ADHD and ADD or some of the main focuses.
3) Genetic Theory : Criminal traits and predispositions are inherited. This theory focuses on twin and sibling behavior.
4) Evolutionary Theory : Traits and characteristics have become ingrained over time. This research also focuses on gender differences and understanding human aggression.
5) Psychodynamic Theory : The development of the unconscious personality early in childhood influences behavior for the rest of the person's life. This theory is focused on mental disorders, personality development, and unconscious motivations.

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 9

midterm

1) 4 types correction staff : line,supervisor,manager,leader

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 1

Medical Terminology Quiz Part 18
Medical Terminology Chapter 1 True/False
1) an erythrocyte is commonoly known as a red blood cell : True
2) arteriomalacia is abnormal hardening of blood vessels of the walls of an artery or arteries : True
3) a colostomy is the surgical creation of an opening between the colon and the body surface : True
4) malaise is often the frist symptom of inflammation : True
5) an infection is the invasion of the body by a disease producing organism : True

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 10

Medical Terminology Quiz Part 16
Medical Terminology Chapter 1 Term Selection
1) The abnormal hardening of the walls of an artery or ateries is called _______ : arteriosclerosis
2) a fever is considered to be a _______ : sign
3) an inflammation of the stomach and small intestine is known as ________ : gastroenteritis
4) the term meaning pain in a joint or joints is ____________ : arthralgia
5) a _________ is a pysician who specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders of the skin : dermatologist

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 5

Medical Terminology Quiz Part 15
Medical Terminology Chapter 1 Matching Terms
1) abnormal condition or disease of the stomach : gastrosis
2) a set of signs and syptoms : syndrome
3) rupture of a muscle : myorrhexis
4) stomach pain : gastralgia
5) any acute pus-forming baterial skin infection : pyoderma

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 10

Medical Terminology Quiz Part 14
Medical Terminology Chapter 1 Deffinitions, and Spelling Counts
1) eponym : a disease named for the person who discovered it
2) inflammation : a localized response to the injury or tissue destruction
3) fissure : a groove or crack-like sore of the skin
4) neuritis : the medical term meaning the inflammation of a nerve or nerves
5) tonsillitis : the medical term meaning inflammation of the tonsils

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 10

Medical Terminology Quiz Part 13
Medical Terminology Chapter 1 Spelling Counts
1) A disease named for the person who discovered it is known as an : eponym
2) A localized response to injury or tissue destruction is called inflammation : inflammation
3) A _______ of the skin is a groove or crack-like sore of the skin : fissure
4) The medical term meaning the inflammation of a nerve or nerves is __________ : neuritis
5) The medical term meaning inflammation of the tonsils is ______ : tonsillitis

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 5

Medical Terminology Quiz Part 12
Medical Terminology Chapter 1 Which Word
1) The term meaning wound or injury is __________ : trauma
2) The term ________ means pertaining to a virus : viral
3) The medical term ________ describes an inflammation of the stomach : gastritis
4) The formation of pus is called __________ : suppuration
5) An ________ is the surgical removal of the appendix : appendectomy

Created on October 15, 2012
# of questions: 5

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