Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Chaptersevenquestions
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Chaptersevenquestions

171

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
171
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. 1Test BankCRISIS INTERVENTION: THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESPONSE TO CHAOS, MAYHEM,AND DISORDERCHAPTER SEVENThe Crisis of Domestic Violence1. Explain the problem and prevalence of domestic violence in America2. Summarize the historical police response to domestic violence3. List the typologies and behavioral characteristics of domestic abusers4. Explain battered spouse syndrome and list its symptoms5. Define the best practices for the police response to domestic violence cases______________________________________________________________________________Chapter One Multiple ChoiceSelect only one answer for each multiple choice question.1. Historically, the police response to domestic abuse was which of the following?a. To arrest all parties involvedb. To separate the parties without arrestc. To simply not respond and leave it a family issued. To refer the abused spouse to counseling servicesAnswer: bObjective: Summarize the historical police response to domestic violencePage number: 124Level: Intermediate2. In a domestic violence situation, the “cycle of violence” begins when?a. Immediately after a violent episodeb. After the parties are separatedc. If and when an arrest is maded. Just before a violent episodeAnswer: aObjective: List the typologies and behavioral characteristics of domestic abusersPage number: 125Level: Intermediate3. During which phase of the cycle of violence will the abuser attempt to give the appearancethat things are better?a. Honeymoonb. Acute explosionc. Tension buildingd. Post-arrest
  • 2. 2Answer: aObjective: List the typologies and behavioral characteristics of domestic abusersPage number: 125Level: Intermediate4. Each of the following is an abuser typology proposed by Saunders (1992) EXCEPT?a. Type 1 – Family onlyb. Type II – Generally violentc. Type III – Emotionally volatiled. Type IV – Aggressively ViolentAnswer: dObjective: List the typologies and behavioral characteristics of domestic abusersPage number: 127Level: Intermediate5. Which personality disorder is characterized by a pervasive pattern of grandiosity?a. Paranoidb. Narcissisticc. Histrionicd. BorderlineAnswer: bObjective: List the typologies and behavioral characteristics of domestic abusersPage number: 127Level: Intermediate6. The phenomenon often seen in abused women that prevents them from leaving their abuser iscalled what?a. Acute trauma syndromeb. Rape trauma syndromec. PTSDd. Battered spouse syndromeAnswer: dObjective: Explain battered spouse syndrome and list its symptomsPage number: 129Level: Intermediate7. The theory that suggests abused women stay in their relationships for a variety of reasons,including finances, children, and cultural norms, is referred to as what?a. Freudian Psychodynamic theoryb. Multifactor ecological theoryc. Entrapment theoryd. Traumatic bonding theoryAnswer: bObjective: Explain battered spouse syndrome and list its symptomsPage number: 130Level: Intermediate
  • 3. 38. It has been estimated that how many children in America live in families where domesticviolence has occurred at least once in the prior year?a. Over 25 millionb. 5.5 millionc. Over 15 milliond. About 1Answer: cObjective: Explain battered spouse syndrome and list its symptomsPage number: 131Level: Intermediate9. What can be said of domestic violence among gays and lesbians?a. It is nearly non-existentb. It is lower among lesbian women than heterosexual womenc. The percentage of gay couple reporting domestic violence is about the same asheterosexual couplesd. It is steadily on the riseAnswer: dObjective: Explain battered spouse syndrome and list its symptomsPage number: 131Level: Intermediate10. During the tension building phase of an abusive relationship, the abused partner will do all ofthe following EXCEPT?a. Hide from the abuserb. Attempt to calm the abuserc. Try to reason with the abuserd. Stay away from family and friendsAnswer: aObjective: Explain battered spouse syndrome and list its symptomsPage number: 125Level: Intermediate11. The theory that suggests that a woman who was abused by her own parents is at risk ofstaying with an abusive souse is which of the following?a. PTSDb. Traumatic bonding theoryc. Ecological theoryd. Psychological entrapment theoryAnswer: bObjective: Explain battered spouse syndrome and list its symptomsPage number: 130Level: Intermediate12. The Minneapolis Project in the 1980s studied what?a. Why men abuse
  • 4. 4b. PTSD in victims of domestic abusec. The efficacy of arrest in cases of domestic violenced. Spousal abuse syndromeAnswer: cObjective: Define the best practices for the police response to domestic violence casesPage number: 133Level: Intermediate13. The Duluth model is guided by each of the following strategic principles EXCEPT?a. Mandatory arrest of both parties involved in a domestic caseb. All agencies involved must be coordinatedc. The response must be victim-safety centeredd. mandatory arrest of the primary aggressorAnswer: aObjective: Define the best practices for the police response to domestic violence casesPage number: 137Level: Intermediate14. The abuser who typically has not been abused themselves, and who limits their aggression toconflicts within the home, fits which abuser typology?a. Psychopathicb. Emotionally volatilec. Family-onlyd. Generally violentAnswer: cObjective: List the typologies and behavioral characteristics of domestic abusersPage number: 127Level: Intermediate15. Which personality disorder is characterized by a pervasive pattern of social inhibition?a. Avoidant personality disorderb. Histrionic personality disorderc. Narcissistic personality disorderd. Borderline personality disorderAnswer: aObjective: List the typologies and behavioral characteristics of domestic abusersPage number: 127Level: Intermediate16. Which abuser type lives in fear of losing their spouse?a. Generally violentb. Emotionally volatilec. Family-onlyd. PsychopathicAnswer: bObjective: List the typologies and behavioral characteristics of domestic abusers
  • 5. 5Page number: 127Level: Intermediate17. The theory that proposes that abused women remain in an abusive relationship because theyhave too much invested to leave, is which?a. Generational theoryb. Multifactor ecological theoryc. Traumatic bonding theoryd. Psychological entrapment theoryAnswer: dObjective: List the typologies and behavioral characteristics of domestic abusersPage number: 130Level: Intermediate18. The behavioral dynamic that is seen in almost all cases of spousal abuse is what?a. Cycle of violenceb. PTSDc. Cycle of arrestd. Threatened suicideAnswer: aObjective: List the typologies and behavioral characteristics of domestic abusersPage number: 124Level: Intermediate19. According to White & Gondolph’s theory (2000), which of the following personalitycharacteristics correlates with the Narcissistic personality?a. Fearb. Dependencec. Assertivenessd. ParanoiaAnswer: cObjective: List the typologies and behavioral characteristics of domestic abusersPage number: 128Level: Intermediate20. Each of the following is a symptom of battered spouse syndrome EXCEPT?a. Feeling helpless to stop abuseb. Aggressivenessc. Hyperarousald. Social isolationAnswer: bObjective: Explain battered spouse syndrome and list its symptomsPage number: 129Level: Intermediate
  • 6. 6Chapter One True-False(Select whether the statement is true or false)1. Anger suicide occurs as a result of the deterioration of one’s self-identity.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: FalseObjective: Define a typology scheme for suicide, and summarize the dangers associated witheach to those who respond to this type of crisisPage number: 101Level: Intermediate2. About 4% of all Americans will commit suicide, making it the fifth leading cause of death.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: FalseObjective: Summarize the social impact of suicide in AmericaPage number: 95Level: Intermediate3. Sigmund Freud is considered the father of modern psychology.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: TrueObjective: List and explain the predominant theories of suicidePage number: 98Level: Intermediate4. Once a person threatening suicide has been de-escalated emotionally, the next step is to offerthem an out.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: TrueObjective: List and summarize the techniques and protocols for responding to and de-escalatingsuicidePage number: 110Level: Intermediate5. Involuntary commitments in most states are typically for a period of 7 days.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: FalseObjective: List and summarize the techniques and protocols for responding to and de-escalatingsuicidePage number: 111Level: Intermediate
  • 7. 76. Most teen suicides are not preventable.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: FalseObjective: Summarize the special classes of suicidePage number: 113Level: Intermediate7. Teen suicides almost always follow a particularly stressful event in their lives.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: TrueObjective: Summarize the special classes of suicidePage number: 114Level: Intermediate8. The closer a teenager gets to their ideal self, the stronger their self-identity.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: TrueObjective: Summarize the special classes of suicidePage number: 114Level: Intermediate9. The suicide rate in America is highest among men over age 85.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: TrueObjective: Summarize the special classes of suicidePage number: 116Level: Intermediate10. Anomic suicide is related most to social integration.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: FalseObjective: List and explain the predominant theories of suicidePage number: 96Level: Intermediate11. Chronic economic anomie is most often found in wealthy individuals who are unable to findhappiness.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: False
  • 8. 8Objective: List and explain the predominant theories of suicidePage number: 97Level: Intermediate12. According to Freud, suicide occurs when equilibrium is lost, and the individual perceives itas hopeless that it will ever be regained.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: TrueObjective: List and explain the predominant theories of suicidePage number: 100Level: Intermediate13. Despair suicide includes those who choose to end their lives simply because they are tired ofliving.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: TrueObjective: Define a typology scheme for suicide, and summarize the dangers associated witheach to those who respond to this type of crisisPage number: 102Level: Intermediate14. When confronting a person threatening suicide, an officer should assure them repeatedly thateverything will be okay.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: FalseObjective: List and summarize the techniques and protocols for responding to and de-escalatingsuicidePage number: 109Level: Intermediate15. An inmate in a county jail is typically not a suicide risk during the pretrial period.a. Trueb. FalseAnswer: FalseObjective: Summarize the special classes of suicidePage number: 117Level: IntermediateChapter One fill-in-the-blank(Fill in the blank with the correct answer)
  • 9. 91. Bonner (1992) identified two suicide profiles among jail inmates, the “pretrial inmate”and the _________.Answer: Sentenced inmateObjective: Summarize the special classes of suicidePage number: 117Level: Intermediate2. Freud referred to the biological life instinct as _______.Answer: ErosObjective: List and explain the predominant theories of suicidePage number: 98Level: Intermediate3. ________ suicide includes those who end their lives simply because they are tired ofliving.Answer: DespairObjective: Define a typology scheme for suicide, and summarize the dangers associatedwith each to those who respond to this type of crisisPage number: 102Level: Intermediate4. Once a person threatening suicide has been de-escalated emotionally, the next step for theofficer is to _________.Answer: Offer an outObjective: List and summarize the techniques and protocols for responding to and de-escalating suicidePage number: 110Level: Intermediate5. In most states, once a person threatening suicide has been de-escalated and placed incustody by the responding officer, the next step is to do a ___________.Answer: Involuntary commitmentObjective: List and summarize the techniques and protocols for responding to and de-escalating suicidePage number: 111Level: Intermediate6. The process teenagers go through to figure out who they are and why type of person theywant to be is referred to as ________ ________.Answer: Identity formation
  • 10. 10Objective: Summarize the special classes of suicidePage number: 114Level: Intermediate7. The suicide rate in America is highest among _________.Answer: men over age 85Objective: Summarize the special classes of suicidePage number: 116Level: Intermediate8. In America there are an estimated ______ suicides each day.Answer: 80Objective: Summarize the social impact of suicide in AmericaPage number: 95Level: Intermediate9. According to Emile Durkheim, an imbalance of means and needs is referred to as_________.Answer: AnomieObjective: List and explain the predominant theories of suicidePage number: 96Level: Intermediate10. __________ suicide typically results from too little social integration, according toDurkheim.Answer: Social integrationObjective: List and explain the predominant theories of suicidePage number: 96Level: IntermediateChapter One Essay1. Discuss the various types of suicide as proposed by Durkheim.Answer: [Egoistic, altruistic, anomic, fatalistic]Objective: List and explain the predominant theories of suicidePage number: 96Level: Intermediate2. Discuss the differences between adult and teen suicide.Answer: [less varied reasons, attachment or identity issues, mental illness]
  • 11. 11Objective: Summarize the special classes of suicidePage number: 113Level: Intermediate3. Discuss Bonner’s (1992) two inmate suicide profiles.Answer: [pretrial inmate, sentenced inmate]Objective: Summarize the special classes of suicidePage number: 116Level: IntermediateChapter One Critical Thinking1. What are some of the ways a responding officer can build rapport with a personthreatening suicide?Answer: [Using first names, non-threatening demeanor, common interests, sincerity]Objective: List and summarize the techniques and protocols for responding to and de-escalatingsuicidePage number: 108Level: Difficult2. Discuss Freud’s theory as it applies to suicide.Answer: [eros, thanatos, equilibrium, ego]Objective: List and explain the predominant theories of suicidePage number: 98Level: Difficult3. Discuss each of the suicide typologies that form the author’s typology scheme, includingthe dangers each poses for responding police officers.Answer: N/AObjective: Define a typology scheme for suicide, and summarize the dangers associated witheach to those who respond to this type of crisisPage number: 101Level: DifficultAnswer KeyChapter 1MC:1. b2. a
  • 12. 123. a4. d5. b6. d7. b8. c9. d10. a11. b12. c13. a14. c15. a16. b17. d18. a19. c20. bT/F:1. F2. F3. T4. T5. F6. F7. T8. T9. T10. F11. F12. T13. T14. F15. FFITB1. Sentenced inmate2. Eros3. Despair4. Offer an out5. Involuntary commitment6. Identity formation7. Men over age 858. 809. Anomie
  • 13. 1310. Social integration

×