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ETROY CJ3375 quiz 1




Question;ETROY CJ3375 quiz 1;Question 1;Things we know from;direct experience are a direct result of which type of reality?;Answer;a.;agreement;reality;b.;assumed;reality;c.;experiential reality;d.;expressed;reality;Question 2;The researcher can lessen the;potential for harm when doing research by;Answer;a.;always telling the subject about the;potential of harm.;b.;having;sensitivity to the issue and experience.;c.;paying no attention to the potential;for harm.;d.;using tricks to make the subject;unaware of the harm potential;Question 3;Empirical research is;Answer;a.;a way of learning about crime and;criminal justice.;b.;the production of knowledge based on;experience or observations.;c.;both;A & B are correct;d.;only B is correct;Question 4;Stereotyping is a form;of _____________________.;Answer;a.;illogical;reasoning.;b.;inaccurate;observation.;c.;miscalculation.;d.;overgeneralization.;Question 5;According to federal regulations;which of the following represent special populations that need attention in the;field of criminal justice?;Answer;a.;juvenile;delinquents;b.;police officers;c.;victimization data;d.;none of the above;Question 6;The objective of this;book is to help future criminal justice professionals become what?;Answer;a.;experts in the department of justice;b.;expert;readers;c.;informed;consumers of books;d.;informed;consumers of research;Question 7;While ethical considerations are;important with respect to the subjects and to the scientific community at;large, no concern is needed for legal liability.;Answer;True;False;Question 8;As a rule, possible harm to subjects;may be justified when the potential benefits of the study outweigh the possible;harm.;Answer;True;False;Question 9;The promise of anonymity in a;mailed survery would be especially important if the subject of that survey was;about;Answer;a.;educational attainment.;b.;information about the use of public;transportation.;c.;personal;drug use.;d.;the number of dependent children in;the household.;Question 10;Selective observation;is a danger of over-generalization.;Answer;True;False;Question 11;In most cases participation as a;subject in research must be voluntary.;Answer;True;False;Question 12;Confidentiality and anonymity mean;the same thing so they can be used interchangeably.;Answer;True;False;Question 13;Scientists must have;these two types of support before they will agree on the reality of soemthing.;Answer;a.;epistemological;and methodological;b.;hard;facts and complete data;c.;logical;and empirical;d.;logical;and hard facts;Question 14;Epistemology is;the science of finding out and methodology is the science of knowing.;Answer;True;False;Question 15;Codes of ethics;and institutional review boards are two main ways of promoting compliance;with ethical principles.;Answer;True;False;Question 16;One must not only;worry about harm to subject while the research is occurring, but also in the;analysis and reporting of data.;Answer;True;False;Question 17;We live in a world;of two realities called ___________ and ____________.;Answer;a.;experiential and agreement.;b.;experiential;and assumed.;c.;expressed;and agreement.;d.;expressed;and assumed.;Question 18;Criminal Justice;research has the potential for all but which of the following?;Answer;a.;embarrassment;b.;harm to the reader of the research;c.;physical harm;d.;psychological harm;Question 19;Four purposes of research are exploration, description;explanation and application.;Answer;True;False;Question 20;Criminal;Justice professionals are both consumers and producers of research.;Answer;True;False


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