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Understanding Dying Death and Bereavement 7th Edition Leming Dickinson Test Bank

 

ISBN-13: 978-0495810186

ISBN-10: 0495810185

 

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Understanding Dying Death and Bereavement 7th Edition Leming Dickinson Test Bank

 

ISBN-13: 978-0495810186

ISBN-10: 0495810185

 

 

 

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  1. A communicable disease (such as pneumonia) caused by a number of microorganisms including viruses, fungi, and bacteria is known as

 

  1. a chronic disease.

*b. an acute disease

  1. a slow death disease.
  2. both a and c above.
  3. none of the above.

 

  1. The interdisciplinary study of death-related behavior is known as

 

  1. death etiology.

*b. thanatology.

  1. anthropometry.
  2. gerontology.
  3. geriatrics.

 

  1. Which was not cited in the text as a reason for the increased interest in the study of dying, death, and bereavement?

 

  1. An aura of mystery developed with deaths occurring in institutional settings
  2. Prolonged life as a result of medical and scientific breakthroughs resulting in numerous ethical issues

*c. Large percentages of the population leaving urban areas and returning to the farm where death is a daily event

  1. All of the above were cited.

 

  1. Television specials on death and dying first emerged in the

 

  1. 1940s.
  2. 1950s.
  3. 1960s.

*d. 1970s.

  1. 1980s.

 

 

  1. Published in 1963, this book was most critical of the funeral industry.

 

*a. Jessica Mitford’s The American Way of Death

  1. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’s On Death and Dying
  2. Herman Feifel’s The Meaning of Death
  3. Ernest Becker’s The Denial of Death
  4. None of the above

 

  1. The bestselling book on death and dying published in 1969 is

 

  1. Jessica Mitford’s The American Way of Death.

*b. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross’s On Death and Dying.

  1. Herman Feifel’s The Meaning of Death.
  2. Ernest Becker’s The Denial of Death.
  3. Raymond Moody’s Life After Life.

 

  1. Two professional journals in death and dying today are

 

  1. Death Education and Death and Life.
  2. Alpha and Omega.

*c. Omega and Death Studies.

  1. Thanatology Studies and Death and Dying.
  2. Death and Dying and Death Studies.

 

  1. Courses on death and dying began to flourish in the United States in the

 

  1. 1930s.
  2. 1950s.

*c. 1970s.

  1. 1990s.
  2. 2010s.

 

  1. The primary cause of death in the United States today is

 

  1. accidents.
  2. old age.

*c. cardiovascular disease.

  1. pneumonia.
  2. AIDS.

 

 

  1. Which of the following is an example of an acute disease?

 

*a. Pneumonia

  1. AIDS
  2. Cancer
  3. Arthritis
  4. Diabetes

 

  1. Most people dying in the U.S. today die

 

  1. at home.
  2. on the highways.

*c. in a hospital or nursing home.

  1. on city streets.
  2. in their sleep at the office.

 

  1. Death etiology refers to

 

*a. the causes of death.

  1. a contagious disease.
  2. a new type of AIDS.
  3. death with dignity.
  4. death during the winter months.

 

  1. The “suicide physician” in Michigan who assisted with individual deaths in the 1990s was

 

  1. Michael DeBakey.
  2. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross.
  3. Earl Grollman.

*d. Jack Kevorkian.

  1. none of the above.

 

  1. A sociological study of death is likely to include

 

  1. an effort to determine whether certain death‑related behavior is moral or ethical.
  2. a consideration of how biological organs function to produce death.
  3. a consideration of how humans originally became subject to death.

*d. a consideration of how social factors influence biological factors related death.

 

 

  1. The ISAS interpretation of death‑related behavior emphasizes that

 

  1. use of any given meaning for some item of behavior always has the same consequences.
  2. any given behavior pattern always stems from the same biological condition.
  3. all individuals experience death in the same way.

*d. the meaning of death may change even though the biological aspects do not change.

 

  1. Emphasizing the organization of the funeral industry and its relationship with other social structures in a society would be important in which of these conceptual frameworks?

 

  1. Social conflict

*b. Structural‑functional

  1. Social exchange
  2. Symbolic interaction

 

  1. Structural‑functional theory can be best described as a theory stressing

 

  1. roles and role expectations.

*b. the interaction of parts and the whole.

  1. the interaction of families in a symbolic manner.
  2. the independence of societal units.

 

  1. Conflict theory

 

  1. emphasizes the undesirability of social change.
  2. represents an equilibrium theory.

*c. is associated with an analysis of disruption and change as being potentially useful.

  1. does none of the above.

 

  1. The premise that reinforcement and mutual benefit are important in sustaining relations is associated with which theory or frame of reference?

 

  1. Social conflict
  2. Structural‑functional

*c. Social exchange

  1. Symbolic interaction

 

 

  1. Which theoretical framework would investigate the following research question: “What are the rewards and costs involved in developing relationships that are inevitably ended by death?”

 

  1. Social conflict
  2. Structural‑functional

*c. Social exchange

  1. Symbolic interaction

 

  1. Which theoretical framework would investigate the following research question: “How do funerals help to promote relationships between kinship groups (grandparents, aunts and uncles, cousins, etc.)?”

 

  1. Social conflict

*b. Structural‑functional

  1. Social exchange
  2. Symbolic interaction

 

  1. Which theoretical framework would investigate the following research question: “Are adult children who care for their elderly parents more likely to receive a greater share of their parents’ inheritance than children who do not participate in the terminal care?”

 

  1. Social conflict
  2. Structural‑functional

*c. Social exchange

  1. Symbolic interaction

 

  1. Which theoretical framework would investigate the following research question: “What are the dysfunctional consequences of parental inheritance bequests for relationships between children?”

 

*a. Social conflict

  1. Structural‑functional
  2. Social exchange
  3. Symbolic interaction

 

  1. Regarding death anxiety and death education, thanatologists

 

  1. agree that death education relieves death anxiety.
  2. agree that death education does not relieve death anxiety.

*c. cannot agree on whether or not death education relieves death anxiety.

 

  1. The ISAS paradigm for doing research in the social sciences, especially sociology, is the shorthand formula for

 

  1. structural functionalism.
  2. the conflict perspective.
  3. social exchange.

*d. symbolic interactionism.

 

  1. The sex ratio is the number of

 

*a. males per 100 females.

  1. females per 100 males.
  2. males per 1,000 females.
  3. females per 1,000 males.

 

  1. A popular 1990s book about a professor dying of ALS and written by his former student is titled

 

  1. Fridays with Fred.

*b. Tuesdays with Morrie.

  1. Saturdays with Sarah.
  2. Dying of ALS.

 

  1. Smoking kills approximately ______ Americans each year.

 

  1. 50,000
  2. 200,000

*c. 450,000

  1. 750,000

 

  1. Cigarette smoking in movies is becoming

 

*a. more popular today.

  1. less popular today.
  2. about as popular as in the 1950s.
  3. less trendy.

 

  1. Morbidity rates for women in the United States

 

*a. are higher than for men.

  1. are lower than for men.
  2. are no different than for men.
  3. cannot be determined.

 

  1. A psychological approach to dying looks at dying from

 

  1. a developmental perspective.
  2. a life stages perspective.
  3. a biological perspective.

*d. both a and b.

 

  1. A philosophical approach to dying and death may approach the topic from

 

  1. a phenomenology perspective.
  2. an existentialist perspective.
  3. a psychological perspective.

*d. both a and b.

 

  1. Regarding death and dying, cultural anthropologists study

 

*a. rituals through which individuals deal with death and hence celebrate life.

  1. the biological aspects of dying.
  2. human remains and try to reconstruct the behavior.
  3. none of the above.

 

 

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