James Hopper

City: Quincy, Massachusetts
University: Branford Hall Career Institute-Springfield Campus

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Criminal Procedure Final Exam

Stare decisis is the principle that New cases should be decided in a fashion consistent with the law established in prior cases The most important rights available to an accused in a criminal prosecution come from: The Us Constitution The concepts of venue refers to The place where the case will be tried Appellate courts […]

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Module 1 World Religions Test

Paryushan Mahaparva Most important festival in Jainism Upanishads In Hinduism, this term means the philosophical part of Vedas Samsara In Jainism, this term means a continual round of birth, death, & rebirth Dharma In Hinduism, this term means Moral Order, righteousness, or religion Religion A particular response to dimensions of life considered sacred, as shaped […]

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Psych 235 Ch. 13

A) Rudy is having difficulty in learning math, but he sticks with it. 1. Typical of the industry versus inferiority stage is: A) Rudy is having difficulty in learning math, but he sticks with it. B) Vanessa says, \”My parents never let me do anything!\” C) Cliff says that his girlfriend, Clair, doesn’t understand him. […]

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SOC 108 Chapter 9

C Education refers to the process A. whereby people learn the attitudes, values, and actions appropriate to individuals as members of a particular culture. B. whereby people discard former behavior patterns and accept new ones as part of a transition in one’s life. C. whereby some people consciously and formally teach while others adopt the […]

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Fahrenheit 451: Part1 Comprehension Check

At the beginning of the story, how does Montag feel about his job? He delights in burning books and houses, and believes he is happy. What is your first impression of Clarisse? Clarisse thinks and acts outside the box and doesn’t care about what other people think of her. What memory does Montag’s encounter with […]

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Sociology Exam 2

Astrived Jane is a 49 year-old woman of Irish-German descent. What do these characteristics have in common? Status Symbols Signs that identify a position in society someone occupies are referred to as… Master Status A position in society that someone holds that cuts across other statuses they hold, such as being a high ranking Army […]

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Community Health 331

Community Health the health status of a defined group of people and the actions and conditions to promote, protect, and preserve their health. Physical Factors affecting community health geography, community size, industrial development, and environment. Public Health actions that society takes collectively to ensure that the conditions in which people can be healthy can occur; […]

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Health Alcohol Test

Alcohol In America -the average age for a first real drink is currently 12 years old -4.6 million Americans age 11-17 are problems drinkers -Alcohol is the fourth largest health problem in the us Moderate Drinking -a person may experience flushing dizziness, dulling of senses, sudden mood changes, and unconsciousness. BAC -Blood Alcohol Content -the […]

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History quiz ch 19

The teller amendment to the war resolutions called for cuban self government The 1890 book, The influence of Sea Power Upon History, influenced the US to invest in **Merchant steamships How does this painting of a charge up the San Juan Heights accord with the actual event ** How does this cartoon portray the position […]

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17 Business & Society Ethics

New Social Contract 513 Driven by globalization, and the worldwide economic recession. Expansive employee rights Outplacement 515 Assistance to laid off employees. Example of a market failure control tool employee rights 515 moral rights, lawful rights Statuory Rights 516 Civil rights act of 1964, right to know, things to keep employees treated equal, ethical, and […]

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Sociology Vocab Ch. 4

social structure network of interrelated statuses and roles that guide human interaction status socially defined position in a group or in a society role the behavior expected of someone occupying a particular status ascribed status based on a persons inherited traits achieved status aquired by individuals through their own direct efforts master status the status […]

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Anthropology Ch 12-15

Political Anthropologist: study role social power human society. Power: ability to transform a given situation. It is not simply physical. Social power affects… -entire social group. Modes of Power consist of… Interpersonal, organizational, and structural power. Structural Power: controls the allocation of social labor and organizes social settings. The unequal relations on large scale divisions […]

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Theories of Crime and Deviance

Conflict theory emerged on the heels of labeling theory According to Austin Turk, the key to understanding conflict is best reflected in authority-subject relationships The main theme of conflict for Marxist criminologists is the mode of production Conflict theories have that general name because they do not all assume that conflict is abnormal or uncharacteristic […]

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3rd Grade Social Studies Test Understanding Communities

community is usually made up of several neighborhoods Sacramento is the capital of California citizen is a member of a community or country pollution anything that spoils land, air, and water volunteer someone who does something by choice, without pay legacy something we value in our lives today that is also a valued part of […]

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PSYC*1000

Which brain structure relays information from the eyes to the visual cortex? Thalamus To monitor the electrical activity in the brain that is triggered by hearing one’s own name, researchers would make use of a(n) EEG The limbic system structure that regulates hunger is called the Hypothalamus After suffering an accidental brain injury, Kira has […]

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EXAM 3 Notes

bisexuality Sexual attraction to both men and women. asexuality A lack of sexual attraction to either sex. sexual orientation Sexual attraction to one’s own sex (homosexual), to the other-sex (heterosexual), or to both sexes (bisexual), or lack of sexual interest in either ;sex (\”asexual): heteroflexibility individuals who are primarily heterosexual and have some degree of […]

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Ch. 53

what are the differences between density and dispersion of a population? density is the amount of people per unit area, dispersion is the pattern of spacing of individuals what is clumped dispersion individuals are aggregated in patches usually where conditions are ideal (food, nutrition, soil is right etc) the most common type of dispersion clumped […]

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Essay Summary of Sociology 101-Exam 1

Describe what the discipline of sociology studies. … Define the sociological imagination and describe how it \”makes the familiar strange.\” The sociological imagination is the ability to connect one’s personal experiences to society at large and greater historical forces. Using our sociological imagination allows us to \”make the familiar strange\” or to question habits or […]

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Sociology – Chp 10

race a category of people who share inherited physical characteristics and whom others see as being a distinct group sociologists are concerned with? how people react to these physical characteristics and how these reactions affect individuals in society ethnicity the set of cultural characteristics that distinguishes one group from another group ethnic group people who […]

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Prebles’ Artforms 8th Ed.

Many artists use their work to criticize or manipulate PUBLIC OPINION Professional art critics follow one or more of three basic theories, these include formal, expressive, contextual. The Dish from _______ illustrates the function of art in daily life as both utilitarian object and religious inspiration. The embellishments on the plate include Arabic writing of […]

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PSY 301 Ch 6

Self-Understanding the child’s cognitive representation of self, the substance and content of the child’s self conceptions Initiative vs. Guilt 3rd stage of personality development ages 3-5; children have been convinced that they are persons of their own; during early childhood they begin to discover what kind of person they will become. Great governor of initiative […]

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American History Chapter 5

When colonists insisted that because they were not represented in Parliament they could not be taxed by the British government, the British replied that they were represented by virtual representation. Which of the following was not a feature of the Stamp Act crisis of 1765 The Stamp Act was passed by the Stamp Act Congress […]

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