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Sociology Quiz 3 Ch. 7-9 – Flashcards 30 terms
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Travis Hirschi’s control theory suggests which of the following categories of people would be most likely to engage in deviance?
youngsters who “hang out” waiting for something to happen
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Which one of the following nursing interventions for a client in pain is based on the gate-control theory? 1. Giving the client a back massage 2. Changing the client’s position in bed 3. Giving the client a pain medication 4. Limiting the number of visitors
1. Giving the client a back massage
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The nurse instructs the client about skin massage and the gate-control theory of pain. Which statement would be appropriate for the nurse to include for client understanding of the nonpharmacologic pain relief methods?
This is a technique to prevent the painful stimuli from entering the brain.
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The classic gate-control theory suggests that pain is experienced when small nerve fibers activate and open a neural gate in the ____
spinal cord
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Which of the following statements best reflects control theory? A. delinquents are alienated from conventional peers, but have strong bonds to delinquent peers B. delinquents are detached from their conventional peers and from their delinquent peers C. delinquents learn delinquent values, attitudes, and behaviors from their peers D. none of the above statements reflect control theory
B. delinquents are detached from their conventional peers and from their delinquent peers
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According to the gate-control theory, passage of pain may be naturally blocked
at the synapse by entry of other sensory impulses
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Sensory stimulation strategies (based on gate-control theory) to promote relaxation and pain relief
1) aromatherapy 2) breathing techniques 3) imagery 4) music 5) use of focal points 6) subdued lighting
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Who was one of the first sociologists to address a control theory based on inner and outer controls?
Walter Reckless
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Travis Hirshi’s Control theory (reading 9): Elements of Social Bonds
This are reason why we don’t deviate attachment- relationship with people commitment- time put in to something- work involvement- don’t have a lot of free time- hobbies Belief- in the norms- religion
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What is control theory>
when people are constantly pulled and pushed towards deviant behavior
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