POLI 330N Week 1 Quiz 4 – Question and Answers


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POLI 330N Week 1 Quiz – Question and Answers

  1. The United Nations is an international organization that promotes the idea of using diplomacy as a means of preventing war. Investigate the role of diplomacy in maintaining peace between nations. What actions might a diplomat take to encourage peace? What are some factors that may cause diplomacy to fail? Please be sure to provide specific examples in your response.
  2. (TCO 1) Which are both true for most politicians? (Points : 2) 
  3. (TCO 1) Voting for someone who is charismatic but whose policies might not benefit you would be considered _____ behavior. (Points : 2) 
  4. (TCO 1) _____ is the use of public office for private gain. (Points : 2)
  5. (TCO 1) The notion that we acknowledge the rightful roles of our leaders or our laws is known as _____. (Points : 2) 
  6. (TCO 1) Relating concepts in a way that connects them in an empirical manner is the basis of _____ building. (Points : 2) 
  7. (TCO 1) A(n) _____ is an initial theory a researcher starts with to be proved with evidence. (Points : 2) 
  8. (TCO 4) What type of law—which was developed by medieval Catholic theologians—argues that observing nature reveals God’s will? (Points : 2) 
  9. (TCO 4) Under which of the following circumstances might a case be pursued as both a criminal and a civil case? (Points : 2) 
  10. (TCO 4) Which of the following is an important role of U.S. courts and their greatest contribution to governance? (Points : 2) 
  11. (TCO 4) What legal agency in the United States generates reputation-based ratings of prospective federal judges? (Points : 2)
  12. (TCO 4) How does the American concept of judicial review compare to the role of courts in foreign systems? (Points : 2) 
  13. (TCO 4) Which of the following best articulates the stance of judicial restraint advocates? (Points : 2)
  14. (TCO 4) In Lombard v. Louisiana (1963), the Warren Court supported _____, ruling that blacks who had refused to leave a segregated lunch counter could not be prosecuted. (Points : 2) 
  15. (TCO 5) Countries with limits on government have usually had feudal pasts, which suggests what about the dispersion of power? (Points : 2)
  16. (TCO 5) In Europe, a cabinet is equivalent to the U.S. _____. (Points : 2)
  17. (TCO 5) Voters receive the most direct representation in which system? (Points : 2)
  18. (TCO 5) Each division of government in a parliamentary system is headed by a _____. (Points : 2) 

POLI 330N Week 1 Quiz Set 2

  1. (TCO 5) Distinguish the process that a parliamentary system uses to oust a chief executive from the one available in the U.S. presidential system. (Points : 2)
  2. (TCO 5) Who receives the most attention in both parliamentary and presidential systems? (Points : 2)
  3. (TCO 5) What is the role of cabinet members? (Points : 2)
  4. (TCO 7) Radicals use the term political economy instead of _____ to describe their critique of capitalism and the inequitable distribution of wealth among nations. (Points : 2) 
  5. (TCO 7) How do Keynesian economic policies differ from the traditional laissez-faire policies developed by Adam Smith? (Points : 2)
  6. (TCO 7) What event is largely considered responsible for deterring Johnson’s War on Poverty? (Points : 2)
  7. (TCO 7) Which of the following is an increasing financial concern of the Medicare program? (Points : 2)
  8. (TCO 7) According to political scientist Ira Sharkansky, “All modern states are welfare states, and all welfare states are _____.” (Points : 2)
  9. (TCO 7) How does the American welfare state compare to those of other industrialized nations? (Points : 2)
  10. (TCO 7) Investigate what historically happens to conservatives when firms are supposedly “too big to fail.” (Points : 2)
  11. (TCO 9) Rarely the work of small bands and conspirators alone, _____ are usually the result of system collapse, which permits small but well-organized groups (often military) to take over. (Points : 2)
  12. (TCO 9) Riots triggered by police beating youths, protests against globalization, and labor strikes against austerity are all examples of _____. (Points : 2)
  13. (TCO 9) How is high unemployment relevant to civil conflict? (Points : 2)
  14. (TCO 9) Some states engage in _____, despite officially denouncing terrorism. (Points : 2)
  15. (TCO 9) Which of the following options best describes countries before and after revolutions? (Points : 2)
  16. (TCO 9) Why is the Middle East currently the breeding ground for considerable terrorist activity? (Points : 2)
  17. (TCO 9) Hannah Arendt pointed out that rage is the fuel of revolution, but what is now the greatest cause of rage? (Points : 2)