CJUS 520 Quiz 4,5,6

CJUS 520 Quiz 4

  1. Motivation is a value that is rooted from ethnic culture in which is manifested in our behavior.
  2. Listed below are all psychological job requirements that are correlated with working in criminal justice organizations, except for:
  3. The criminal justice system considers ____ motivation theories as the different type of approaches taken in an organization.
  4. In the field of criminal justice, policing has been described as a __________ occupation.
  5. In need theory, Maslow explained that human beings have ___ basic needs.
  6. More than ____ percent of American workers report general satisfaction with their jobs.
  7. Maslow stated that these are all human needs except?
  8. Police officers and correctional officers experience physical and psychological reactions to the intense work environment which has been defined as a syndrome of emotional___________ and
  9. Theory X in motivation theories is based on meeting the needs of individuals in criminal justice organizations.
  10. According to Hackman and Oldham (1987), all of these are core job dimensions except?
  11. The Achievement-Power-Affiliation Theory suggests that people with higher sense of values do the following:
  12. This rational motivation approach refers to the amount of effort that is put forth; a calculated outcome will result?
  13. Skolnick and Bayley (1986) argue that new professionalism, a form of team policing is rooted from a service-oriented style.
  14. Quality Circle programs are made up of a group of employees whose main concern is to identify, analyze, and recommend solutions to problems relating to the work unit.
  15. According to Robbins and Judge (2007) there are work arrangements that may enrich the work setting, which is not one of them?

CJUS 520 Quiz 5

  1. Criminal justice agencies invest an immense amount of money in leadership development programs.
  2. Which type of offender do citizens fear the most?
  3. Newer methods of maintaining control were enforced to improve the supervision and evaluation of employees in criminal justice agencies.
  4. There are _____ techniques that are put into practice in the criminal justice workplace.
  5. This leadership technique states that a person’s attitudes and behavior are indirectly influenced by an agent’s manipulation of relevant aspects of the physical and social situation.
  6. Police officers are one of the many groups that can use coercive force which is legitimately accepted by society.
  7. The most important concern of criminal justice agencies is on ________ and _______ issues.
  8. This is criminal justice agency’s main goal is quick processing and efficient handling of cases?
  9. intelligence suggests that leaders are most effective when they understand people in organizations and have a passion about doing what is right in an organization, such that people perform for them.
  10. To achieve goal consensus within a criminal justice system could be construed as ____________
  11. Research in criminal justice leadership predominately focused on the behavior of individual leaders is known as the ______________ approach.
  12. Behavioral approach takes into account personal goals while effectively accomplishing organizational tasks.
  13. Based on path-goal theory there are four styles of leadership, all styles are truly identified as a leadership style besides:
  14. Public agencies concerned with improving the quality of employee supervision have attempted to apply the principles and practices of private-sector management to the public sector.
  15. Traditional supervisor is the best form of employee supervision among all others.

CJUS 520 Quiz 6

  1. Socialization is a natural process that takes place with all of us from teenage years.
  2. Sykes discussed that a “defect of social power” in correctional institutions is when inmates have intimate relationships with prison guards.
  3. __is often laws, morals, customs, and other capabilities and routines acquired by the society’s members.
  4. According to French and Raven (1968) there are _____bases of power in all organizations.
  5. _________ oppose the dominant group values and beliefs.
  6. Who forms part of the courtroom work group?
  7. power is based on the power recipient’s perception that the power holder can grant some type of reward or remuneration for compliance with order or commands.
  8. Socialization is said to extend to three separate processes, which is not one of the processes?
  9. During formal socialization an individual joins a particular occupation he is later formally trained.
  10. power is based on the power recipient’s belief that the power holder has a high level of expertise in a given area.
  11. Stojkovic (1984) found five types of social power among prisoners, which is not a social power?
  12. Political behavior may be defined as any action by a criminal justice worker that promotes individual goals over organizational goals.
  13. Societies develop language to solve the problem of communicating that transforms into a language used as the framework for culture.
  14. Under anticipatory socialization an individual begins to adopt attitudes and values they believe are consistent with the occupation, they come to view themselves as members of a group.
  15. Socialization is said to extend to three separate processes, which is not one of the processes?
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