CRJ 330 Comparative Criminal Justice Final Exam Answers

 

  • Question 1

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Which of the following is true of civil order control?

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  • Question 2

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A resident of rural Japan could expect regular visits from the local:

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  • Question 3

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The deviance control function of the police includes all but:

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  • Question 4

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Which of the following is the MAIN factor that inhibits international police cooperation?

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  • Question 5

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The French and German arrangements for civil order control are similar in that:

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  • Question 6

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The mutawa in Saudi Arabia are the:

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  • Question 7

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Tasks of Japanese officers who work in local police stations include:

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  • Question 8

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A murder in Germany would be investigated by the:

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  • Question 9

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The legal tradition based on codification of laws is:

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  • Question 10

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Common Law covers:

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  • Question 11

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The oldest formal legal system believed to have originated as early as 4000 B.C. was:

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  • Question 12

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Socialist Law emphasizes:

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  • Question 13

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Islamic criminal law is based on the ideal of:

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  • Question 14

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Which family of law is not secular in nature?

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  • Question 15

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Law that is developed by modern states in their legislatures or through their regulatory process that deals largely with the relations between government and citizens is:

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  • Question 16

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The primary characteristic of Common Law that distinguishes it from Civil Law is:

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  • Question 17

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How is a transnational crime different from an international crime?

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  • Question 18

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The sale, distribution, or large-scale possession of property obtained in violation of the law is:

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  • Question 19

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With greater knowledge of comparative crime trends, governments can make better decisions about the allocation of resources and

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  • Question 20

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What is “ethnocentrism”?

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  • Question 21

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How do the actions that become “international crimes” reach that status?

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  • Question 22

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Comparative criminology and criminal justice generally study

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  • Question 23

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Which of the following is the least likely to be a transnational crime?

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  • Question 24

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A typology of transnational crime groups theses offenses into three categories:

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  • Question 25

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The increase in crime rates since the 1990s in China is primarily related to:

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  • Question 26

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The Japanese penal code categorizes crimes as:

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  • Question 27

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In Confucian ethics, the main force behind motivating people to avoid illegal or immoral activities is:

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  • Question 28

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England is a:

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  • Question 29

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Factors to contributing to Japan’s low crime rate include:

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  • Question 30

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The King in Saudi Arabia takes advice from what non-legislative body:

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  • Question 31

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Power in Germany is:

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  • Question 32

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The basic principles of the Criminal Law in France come from:

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  • Question 33

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With greater knowledge of comparative crime trends, governments can make better decisions about the allocation of resources and

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  • Question 34

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The first attempts to collect data on crime internationally occurred

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  • Question 35

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According to the data produced by the ICVS (International Crime Victim Surveys), the United States has a victimization rate ________ to that of other Western countries.

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  • Question 36

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The International self-report delinquency study compared juvenile offending in 15 countries. It found ________ percent of juveniles had committed at least one crime.

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  • Question 37

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Why do some countries not engage in counting crimes?

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  • Question 38

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Of the six “model” countries discussed in the book, which has the lowest crime rates across the board?

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  • Question 39

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The primary reason why victims do not report crimes to police around the world is:

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  • Question 40

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In comparing crimes in the U.S. to other countries, American crime rates are worst for:

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