DBPC 600 Quiz 4

DBPC 600 Quiz: Postmodern Society: Building Confidence in Kids

  1. Today’s culture is doing a huge disservice to kids by not imposing control, because children can never learn __________ if parents do not rst impose it on them. [Parenting 101: From Discipline to Sexuality I & II]
  2. The brain can only do one thing at a time. What we have to do is called _______________. [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  3. One of the psychopathologies that is seen in the current digital world is_____________ depression. [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  4. Children from single-parent families are more likely to abuse alcohol and drugs than children from intact families, especially when _______________________. [The Broken Family Epidemic]
  5. The development of sexuality is a very complicated process that continues until around the age of _________. [Parenting 101: From Discipline to Sexuality I & II]
  6. Many addictive behaviors are a problem because they speed up _______________. [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  7. Instead of admiring “good family men,” culture celebrates _____________. [Good Family Man]
  8. According to Drs. Dobson and Meeker, what is a biblical response to the idea that “gender is something a child chooses and you should not take away a child’s choice by calling him a boy or a girl”? [Parenting 101: From Discipline to Sexuality I & II]
  9. Balswick and Balswick present a passage in chapter 17 of their text in which Jesus gives us an example in the Bible about how to approach individuals who have gone through divorce. What is the main concept depicted in this example? [The Family]
  10. What is the treatment of choice for digital addiction? [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  11. The overuse of internet technology and digital technology is one of the primary causes of _________________. [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  12. Today’s dads who want to be “good family men” will most likely be met with what response by popular culture? [Good Family Man]
  13. What are the four dimensions of sociocultural life? [The Family]
  14. What does research say about the involvement of parents and step-parents in children’s lives? [The Family]
  15. Research on divorce and broken homes suggests that fewer kids these days want to rebel, and are more likely to say _________________. [The Broken Family Epidemic]
  16. Rueben Hill suggests that family stress can be analyzed by considering three aspects. Which of the following is NOT one of these considerations? [The Family]
  17. Which term refers to the idea of Christians living in community and united in identity and purpose? [The Family]
  18. Multitasking is _________________. [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  19. Authority is to ________________ power, as dominance is to ________________ power. [The Family]
  20. In our society, more than ever, parents need to _______________________________. [The Broken Family Epidemic]
  21. Choose another topic from the Complete Marriage and Family Home Reference Guide What is something you learned through this text about that topic? How might it be useful as you begin to develop your professional career? Do you see any holes or any factors that are not accounted for in this text for this topic?
  22. Choose one of the topics in the Complete Marriage and Family Home Reference Guide Use one of the portraits provided for that topic and using the rest of the information on that topic, walk through that issue with that individual or those individuals from the portrait. Your primary goals are to educate and create an action plan.

Set 2

  1. Today’s culture is doing a huge disservice to kids by not imposing control, because children can never learn __________ if parents do not first impose it on them. [Parenting 101: From Discipline to Sexuality I & II]
  2. What does research say about the involvement of parents and step-parents in children’s lives? [The Family]
  3. The brain can only do one thing at a time. What we have to do is called _______________. [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  4. Which term refers to the idea of Christians living in community and united in identity and purpose? [The Family]
  5. According to Drs. Dobson and Meeker, what is a biblical response to the idea that “gender is something a child chooses and you should not take away a child’s choice by calling him a boy or a girl”? [Parenting 101: From Discipline to Sexuality I & II]
  6. Today’s dads who want to be “good family men” will most likely be met with what response by popular culture? [Good Family Man]
  7. In our society, more than ever, parents need to _______________________________. [The Broken Family Epidemic]
  8. One of the psychopathologies that is seen in the current digital world is_____________ depression. [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  9. What is the treatment of choice for digital addiction? [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  10. What are the four dimensions of sociocultural life? [The Family]
  11. Many addictive behaviors are a problem because they speed up _______________. [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  12. Authority is to ________________ power, as dominance is to ________________ power. [The Family]
  13. Multitasking is _________________. [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  14. Balswick and Balswick present a passage in chapter 17 of their text in which Jesus gives us an example in the Bible about how to approach individuals who have gone through divorce. What is the main concept depicted in this example? [The Family]
  15. The overuse of internet technology and digital technology is one of the primary causes of _________________. [Maintaining Health and Wellness in a Stressful Digital World]
  16. Instead of admiring “good family men,” culture celebrates _____________. [Good Family Man]
  17. Children from single-parent families are more likely to abuse alcohol and drugs than children from intact families, especially when _______________________. [The Broken Family Epidemic]
  18. Research on divorce and broken homes suggests that fewer kids these days want to rebel, and are more likely to say _________________. [The Broken Family Epidemic]
  19. The development of sexuality is a very complicated process that continues until around the age of _________. [Parenting 101: From Discipline to Sexuality I & II]
  20. Rueben Hill suggests that family stress can be analyzed by considering three aspects.
  21. Which of the following is NOT one of these considerations? [The Family]
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