Criminal Justice Study Set 1

Criminal Justice

Quiz 13 :

Prisons and Jails

Quiz 13 :

Prisons and Jails

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The stocks and the pillory are examples of what early form of punishment?
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Federal inmates are most commonly sentenced for
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B

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Work release is representative of which era in the development of U.S.prisons?
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D

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Why did some inmates oppose the treatment model?
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Which of the following prison programs is most characteristic of the just-deserts era of corrections?
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Which era of corrections was characterized by a lack of innovation and a focus on custody and institutional security?
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Lex talionis is also known as the law of
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Which of the following is a strategy for dealing with serious offenders that focuses on protecting society and does not attempt rehabilitation?
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The emphasis on individual responsibility is a key characteristic of the ________ model.
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The ________ model of corrections emphasized indeterminate sentencing and rehabilitation.
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The first mass prison system,in which inmates lived,ate,and worked together in enforced silence,was known as the ________ system.
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A typical state prison today
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Which system of inmate labor turned control of inmates over to non-correctional personnel?
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A journalist who is writing an article on prison overcrowding in the U.S.and wants to use the estimate that shows the highest amount of overcrowding would probably choose which definition of prison capacity?
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The ________ was an early American system of imprisonment that was considered to be humane and that provided inmates with the opportunity for rehabilitation.
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Which of the following is not a component of a typical prison system in a relatively populous state?
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The modern practice of parole has its origins in the work of which reformer?
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What impact did the Ashurst-Sumners Act have on prisons?
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What made Maconochie's system of marks unique and innovative in corrections at that time?
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Robert Martinson's "nothing-works" doctrine was an attack on
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