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Module 10 Study Guide Review

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  • Q1

    Before the 1600s, institutional confinement usually served functions other than punishment for criminal behavior. Six examples are listed in your textbook, and three of these are listed below. Which of the following is NOT one of these examples?

    Hold and punish slaves

    Coerce payment of debts and fines

    Quarantine disease

    Rehabilitate criminals

    30s
  • Q2

    The closest European forerunner of the modern U.S. prison was known as:

    the workhouse

    transportation

    the gaol

    banishment

    30s
  • Q3

    Which of the following was designed for younger, less hardened offenders, between 16 and 30 years of age?

    Transportation

    Banishment

    The penitentiary

    The reformatory

    30s
  • Q4

    Most early women's prison employed ____, as distinguished from the ____ of men's prisons.

    solitary confinement; cottages

    a family-style living plan; solitary confinement

    life sentences; early-release programs

    a family-style living plan; cell-block plan

    30s
  • Q5

    Originally, big-house prisons:

    exploited inmate labor through various links to the free market

    fell into demise during the 1920s and 1930s

    became warehouses oriented toward custody and repression of inmates

    relied exclusively upon industrial labor throughout the United States

    30s
  • Q6

    One confinement alternative to traditional incarceration is ____, which is the placement of offenders in facilities patterned after ____.

    shock incarceration; military boot camps

    privatization; factories

    workhouse confinement; campuses

    transportation; deserted islands

    30s
  • Q7

    Which of the following states is the first state to allow female prisoners to work on chain gangs?

    Florida

    Alabama

    Georgia

    Arizona

    30s
  • Q8

    At the beginning of 2011, the states and the federal government combined operated about _________ adult prisons

    880

    1100

    750

    500

    30s
  • Q9

    Over the last 200 years, Americans have developed a tradition of strong reliance on the prison to control crime. The result is that it:

    has generally exceeded people's expectations

    has never done very well

    makes the public less concerned about crime

    has generally met people's expectations

    30s
  • Q10

    When offenders are sentenced to the custody of the department of corrections in most states, they are transported initially to a:

    classification facility

    minimum-security prison

    jail

    medium-security prison

    30s
  • Q11

    Men's prisons are often distinguished from one another by:

    the era in which they were built

    size

    custody level

    security level

    30s
  • Q12

    In recent years, incarceration rates for females in the United States have ____ incarceration rates for males.

    grown faster than

    grown slower than

    not grown in comparison to

    grown as fast as

    30s
  • Q13

    Co-correctional prisons are usually____, and security is typically ____.

    large; medium

    large; “high/close”

    small; minimum

    small; medium

    30s
  • Q14

    A(n) ____ is a very short-term (for instance, 24- to 48-hour) holding facility.

    minimum-security prison

    furlough

    lockup

    jail

    30s
  • Q15

    A ____ is a facility that holds convicted offenders and unconvicted persons for relatively short periods of up to one year.

    minimum-security prison

    lockup

    furlough

    jail

    30s

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