Studies show that people are more likely to impute a deviant character

Please answer the questions and send correct answers back in a PDF or Microsoft Word doc with the answers filled out. Thank you so much. If it helps, the book related to this exam is from American Public University for Goode, E. (2011). Deviant behavior(9th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.QuizFour Due Week 8Returnto Assessment ListPart 1 of 1 -25.0 PointsQuestion 1 of 251.0 PointsStudies show that people are more likely to impute a deviant character to unattractive norm violator than to an attractive norm violator.TrueFalseQuestion 2 of 251.0 PointsBeing tattooed cannot be regarded as a form of physical deviance, since it is the result of voluntary behavior.TrueFalseQuestion 3 of 251.0 PointsAll societies consider tattooing a form of deviance.TrueFalseQuestion 4 of 251.0 PointsAll societies value beauty.TrueFalseQuestion 5 of 251.0 PointsAccording to Erving Goffman, author of Stigma, people who fail to meet an acceptable standard of physical attractiveness possess a spoiled identity and are disqualified from full social acceptance.TrueFalseQuestion 6 of 251.0 PointsEvolutionary psychologists argue that standards of beauty are so variable and relative the world over that nearly every physical characteristic that is considered in one society is judged unattractive in another.TrueFalseQuestion 7 of 251.0 PointsIn the Middle Ages, the dominant explanation for the appearance of unexplained and undesirable physical characteristics was:A.either God or the devilB.chromosomal abnormalityC.free willD.none of the aboveQuestion 8 of 251.0 PointsBerscheid and Walster summarized an experiment in which teachers were shown photographs of children who were attractive and unattractive and told that these children engaged in naughty or “deviant” behavior (hitting a dog with a stone, etc.). Judgments about the “troublemaker” status of the children were:A.unrelated to attractivenessB.related to attractiveness–unattractive children were more likely than attractive ones to be judged troublemakers for the same naughty behavior.C.related to attractiveness–attractive children were more likely than unattractive ones to be judged troublemakers for the same naughty behavior.D.unknown with respect to their relationship with attractiveness; the author was never able to determine what the relationship was between harshness of the teachers’ judgments and the degree of attractiveness of the children.Question 9 of 251.0 PointsWhen subjects from all over the world are shown photographs of faces from different racial categories and asked to pass judgment on the attractiveness of the faces in the pictures, researchers find that:A.a high degree of agreement exists among the ratersB.raters regard faces from their own society and racial group as attractive and faces from other societies and racial groups as unattractiveC.raters regard faces from other societies and racial groups as more attractive than those from their own society and race–after all, “opposites attract”D.the judgments of raters are all over the map, random, without patternQuestion 10 of 251.0 PointsWhich of the following is specifically not a form of physical deviance in this society?A.obesityB.being tattooed over one’s entire bodyC.intersexualityD.As the term is defined, all of the above are forms of deviance.Question 11 of 251.0 PointsTertiary” deviance represents a step beyond “secondary” deviance. To the sociologist of deviance, tertiary deviance is:A.internalizing the stigma of deviance, that is, accepting that one is inferior.B.avoiding all contact with non-deviants.C.wishing to shed or get rid of the behavior, beliefs, or characteristics that led to being designated as deviant and becoming “normal.”D.banding together with other stigmatized persons and fighting against the prejudice directed at one’s category or group.Question 12 of 251.0 PointsWhich of the following did Goffman explicitly and specifically exclude from the category of “blemishes of individual character”?A.mental disorderB.alcoholismC.imprisonmentD.none of the above; he included all of themQuestion 13 of 251.0 PointsThe most typical attitude that abled persons have toward the handicapped is:A.savage and unrelenting hostility and condemnationB.complete acceptance of the handicapped on equal termsC.ambivalence — a mixture of pity, scorn, empathy, compassion and stigmaD.none of the aboveQuestion 14 of 251.0 PointsIn most corporate crime, victimization tends to be diffuse, or spread out among the population.TrueFalseQuestion 15 of 251.0 PointsThe most basic reason why people engage in organizational deviance is that they are in a position to do so.TrueFalseQuestion 16 of 251.0 PointsEmbezzlement tends to be committed against the corporation on behalf of an employee.TrueFalseQuestion 17 of 251.0 PointsWhen a case of priestly child molestation took place, the Catholic Church was not legally required to report it to the police because, technically, it was a religious infraction–not a crime.TrueFalseQuestion 18 of 251.0 PointsWhen convicted corporate offenders who commit acts that harm many people are sentenced, juries hand down penalties that are commensurate with the crimes.TrueFalseQuestion 19 of 251.0 PointsThe way that organizational deviance differs from the other forms of deviance discussed in this book is that, with all the other forms:A.behavior is evaluated by audiences.B.the behavior being evaluated is caused by deviant beliefs.C.a character flaw is detected in the actor by audiences and hence, stigma follows.D.everyone in the society could be evaluated along the relevant dimension the deviance exemplifies.Question 20 of 251.0 PointsAccording to criminologists and sociologists of crime, white collar and corporate crime:A.steals money from the public but causes no physical harm.B.steals money from the public and causes physical harm as well.C.does not steal money from the public but causes physical harm.D.neither steals money from the public nor does it cause physical harm.Question 21 of 251.0 PointsCorporate crime includes:A.an executive murdering his wife (or her husband)B.selling cigarettes, which kill peopleC.theft and pilferage on the jobD.none of the aboveQuestion 22 of 251.0 PointsAfter the police officers who beat Rodney King were acquitted of any crime:A.The vast majority of Blacks thought the verdict was wrong; the vast majority of whites thought it was correct.B.The vast majority of Blacks thought the verdict was correct; the vast majority of whites thought it was wrong.C.The vast majority of both Blacks and whites thought the verdict was wrong.D.The vast majority of both Blacks and whites thought the verdict was correct.Question 23 of 251.0 PointsThe criminal case against the four NYPD officers who shot and killed Amadou Diallo resulted in:A.an acquittal for all four.B.a murder conviction for all four.C.a murder conviction for two of them, an acquittal for two.D.none of the aboveQuestion 24 of 251.0 PointsPrior to 1985, most cases of the sexual abuse of children by Catholic priests resulted in:A.reporting the crime to the police.B.covering up the crime, transferring the offending priest to another parish, and encouraging him to seek psychological counseling.C.doing nothing whatsoeverD.none of the aboveQuestion 25 of 251.0 PointsAccording to the author:A.white collar crime and corporate crime are never the same.B.all white collar crime is corporate crime and vice versa.C.all corporate crime is white collar crime but not all white collar crime is corporate crime.D.all white collar crime is corporate crime but not all corporate crime is white collar crime.

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