CJUS 610 Quiz 2

CJUS 610 Quiz 2 Liberty University

  1. Virtues:
  2. supposes that leaders must be adaptable, directing tasks or supporting followers, depending on the demands of a particular set of circumstances.
  3. Although its validity is questioned by recent theorists, _____ theory suggests that inborn characteristics in human beings form the ingredients for leadership ability.
  4. Select the correct statement.
  5. Sometimes referred to as the style approach, _____ theory focuses on what leaders do and how they act, based on the task at hand and the leaders’ relationships with others.
  6. From a criminal justice practitioner’s perspective, ethical issues are often encountered in situations that involve:
  7. is goal driven; the ends (consequences) justify the means used.
  8. or non-consequentialism, is duty driven and focuses on the means through which one acts rather than the end result.
  9. Select the correct statement.
  10. Several basic principles of ethics can be derived from the theories of ethics. The basic principles of ethics include:
  11. One of the most common approaches to the study of leadership today is:
  12. is an area of ethical analysis that attempts to discover the reasons for making moral judgments.
  13. suggests that a leader should use a style that meets follower motivational needs. Followers are motivated when they believe they are capable and that their efforts will achieve goals and worthwhile rewards.
  14. makes the relationship between a leader and followers the focal point of the leadership process.
  15. Through the application of _____ theory , an attempt is made to match the leader’s style to the circumstances.
  16. Review the theories of leadership presented in chapter 3. Can one best theory be identified as applicable in all leadership scenarios? Explain.
  17. Compare and contrast leadership with management.
  18. Two officers respond to the scene of a reported robbery at a convenience store. While the first officer is interviewing the victim, the second officer is observed by the first officer taking candy without paying for it. What should the first officer do?
  19. Why is the study of leadership difficult?
  20. Should police officers be held to a higher moral and ethical standard the populations they serve? Why?

Set 2

  1. _____ focuses on a process through which a leader engages others and creates a connection that raises the level of motivation and morality in the leader as well as the followers.
  2. Although its validity is questioned by recent theorists, _____ theory suggests that inborn characteristics in human beings form the ingredients for leadership ability.
  3. _____ focuses on the morality of action as it considers what types of acts are morally right or wrong.
  4. _____ are used as a theoretical basis for ethics.
  5. From a criminal justice practitioner’s perspective, ethical issues are often encountered in situations that involve:
  6. _____ suggests that a leader should use a style that meets follower motivational needs.  Followers are motivated when they believe they are capable and that their efforts will achieve goals and worthwhile rewards.
  7. _____ is an area of ethical analysis that attempts to discover the reasons for making moral judgments.
  8. _____ is (are) concerned with rational and objective decision-making based on what is universally acceptable in any society.
  9. _____ occurs anytime one attempts to motivate, influence, or mobilize an individual or a group.
  10. Virtues:
  11. _____ is goal driven; the ends (consequences) justify the means used.
  12. Several basic principles of ethics can be derived from the theories of ethics.  The basic principles of ethics include:
  13. Ethics involves:
  14. Sometimes referred to as the style approach, _____ theory focuses on what leaders do and how they act, based on the task at hand and the leaders’ relationships with others.
  15. Select the correct
  16. The law enforcement code of ethics states that officers should not act officiously.  What does this statement mean?  How can officers function without acting officiously?
  17. Why is the study of leadership difficult?
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