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White light is electromagnetic radiation of a ____ wavelength(s).
 A) single long
  B) single short
  C) mixture of all visible
  D) mixture of all long

Question 2

After the winter solstice at middle latitudes in the Northern Hemisphere, the length of the day ____.
 A) increases
  B) decreases
  C) does not change
  D) is 12 hours long

Question 3

When caught in a thunderstorm in an open field, what action is best to take?
 A) Seek shelter under the nearest tree.
  B) Lie down flat on the ground.
  C) Crouch down as low as possible while minimizing contact with the ground.
  D) Remove all metallic objects from your pockets.

Question 4

Explain how air pollution may influence the climate of a city.

Question 5

Seasons on Earth are regulated by ___.
 A) only the length of daylight hours
  B) both the length of daylight hours and the angle sunlight strikes Earth's surface
  C) only the angle sunlight strikes Earth's surface
  D) only Earth's nearness to the sun

Question 6

A rotating column of air that is connected to a cumuliform cloud over a large body of water is a ____.
 A) tornado outbreak
  B) roll cloud
  C) microburst
  D) waterspout

Question 7

Explain how the semipermanent Pacific high off the coast of California influences the air pollution in the region.

Question 8

Earth is closest to the sun in ____.
 A) January
  B) March
  C) July
  D) September

Question 9

In the United States, dryline thunderstorms are most common in ____.
 A) the Rocky Mountains
  B) the desert southwest
  C) the Great Plains
  D) California
A species that is found nowhere else on earth.
 a. Endemic species
  b. Endangered species
  c. Exotic species
  d. Invasive species
  e. Alien species

Question 2

Which African nation does the United States consider an economic powerhouse and critical to the stability of the continent?
 a. Botswana
 b. Lesotho
 c. Swaziland
 d. South Africa
  e. Congo

Question 3

Which country is contributing the most to climate change and global warming?
 a. China
  b. India
  c. United States
  d. Russia
  e. Brazil

Question 4

Which terrorist group headquartered in Somalia aims to create a global Islamic caliphate?
 a. Salafisi
 b. Maghreb
 c. al-Shabaab
 d. al-Qa'ida
 e. Boko Haram

Question 5

One ancient Hindu belief is that every individual is born into a particular _____ or social subgroup that determines the individuals rank and role in society.
 a. caste
  b. dalit
  c. Brahmin
  d. Kshatriya
  e. Sudra

Question 6

Which organization was created to promote democracy, good governance, human rights, gender equity, and development across the African region?
 a. Pan-African Parliament
 b. Pan-African Alliance
 c. African Union
 d. Union of Concerned African States
  e. African Political Action Committee

Question 7

Afghanistan is overwhelmingly agricultural and pastoral; the country relies on traditional methods and the land produces low yields except for their most successful crop, which is
 a. opium.
  b. wheat.
  c. rice.
  d. corn.
  e. barley.
Terrorism is a darkness overshadowing many parts of the bright continent of Africa.What geographic and socioeconomic conditions have led to the presence of terrorist groups in Africa?

Question 2

About 60 islands make up the Spratly Island chain, which lies in the South China Sea between Vietnam and the Philippines and as much as 1 trillion in oil and gas may lie beneath the seabed around these islands. Not surprisingly, many nations covet control of the Spratlys. List the six countries who claim some or all of the islands:

Question 3

In 2006, China began to dramatically increase its involvement with Africa, much to the chagrin of the western world and some Africans.Why is China interested in Africa, and what complaints do Africans have about China's advance?

Question 4

The strong, export-oriented, and industrialized economies of South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore came to be known as Asian Tigers during the later portion of the twentieth century. List the countries referred to as the New Asian Tigers or Tiger Cubs:

Question 5

Explain how the recruitment of mine workers impacts public health.

Question 6

China's One-Child Policy List China's punishment to its citizens who do not comply with the policy:

Question 7

Investors have considered Africa an unfriendly business environment due to poverty, corruption, and low quality of life.Recently, this attitude has changed, with Africa becoming more attractive to investors.What factors have contributed to the turnabout in African business opportunities?
In recent years, __________________ has become one of the more popular theories of career development.
 
  a. Career Behavioral Theory
  b. Social Cognitive Career Theory
  c. Psychodynamic Theory
  d. Trait and Factor Approach

Q. 2

According to Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, _______________ cause feelings.
 
  a. Needs
 b. Wants
 c. Choices
 d. Thoughts

Q. 3

___________________ are broad societal stories, sociocultural practices, assumptions, and expectations about how we should live.
 
  a. Dominant voices
  b. Dominant choices
  c. Dominant discourses
  d. Dominant groups

Q. 4

Super called the age from 25 to 45 the ____________ stage.
 
  a. Decline
  b. Maintenance
  c. Encompassing
  d. Establishment

Q. 5

According to the authors, an empty chair can be used with which of the following theories?
 
  a. Adlerian and Gestalt
 b. Adlerian and Reality Therapy
 c. Gestalt and Transactional Analysis
 d. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and Reality Therapy

Q. 6

Which of the following statement regarding narrative counseling approaches is most accurate?
 
  a. The problem is separate from the person.
  b. People cause their problems.
  c. People become their problems.
  d. Problems are intrinsic in the person.
Which of the following is NOT a true statement?
 
  a. The behavior of the scapegoat is a result of the interaction between the scapegoat's sense of social role and the group's functional needs
  b. It is impossible to understand the behavior of the scapegoat simply as a manifestation of his or her personality
  c. The relationship between the individual role and the group need isclearly evident if the group loses its scapegoat
 d. It is possible to understand the behavior of the scapegoat as a manifestation of his or her personality

Q. 2

When Bion's work group is operating, one can see group members translating their thoughts and feelings into actions that are adaptive to reality.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 3

A member of a group who is attacked, verbally or physically, by other members who project onto the member their own negative feelings about themselves is a:
 
  a. Monopolizer
  b. Deviant
  c. Scapegoat
  d. Gatekeeper

Q. 4

Consensus is the property of the group that describes the mutual attraction members feel for each other.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 5

A skill that is needed to enable the group leader to understand deviant behavior before reaching for the message behind it is:
 
  a. Ability to reach for ambivalences
  b. Reaching for feedback
  c. Reaching inside of silences
  d. Ability to tolerate deviant behavior

Q. 6

Every group creates roles to help in its work even though these may never be openly acknowledged.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 7

The effort in the mutual aid group is to help group members use the group to integrate their __________ selves and to find more adaptive mechanisms of coping with oppression, including personal and social action.
 
  a. Inner and outer
  b. True
  c. Oppressive
  d. Internalized

Q. 8

The deviant member is a member of the group who does not speak over a period of time.
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false
The Maslach Burnout Inventory is an excellent tool for examining stress points and problems in an organization. (p. 623)
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 2

Pearlman and Saakvitne believe that, contrary to universal admonitions against countertransference, it is a necessary evil when working with trauma victims. (p. 620)
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 3

Burnout and stress are synonymous. (p. 614)
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 4

The term burnout comes from mental patients who were burned out physically and mentally. (p. 613)
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 5

Stress occurs when there is a substantial imbalance between the demands of the environment and the capabilities of the worker and is always negative in its outcome. (p. 614)
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Q. 6

Deadwood is a term given to workers who have extreme burnout. (p. 628)
 
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false
An example of Sumerian architecture used for religious practices:
 
  A) ziggurat
  B) votive
  C) pyramid
  D) tholos
All of the following are suggestions for repairing a relationship EXCEPT
 
  A) avoid taking risks.
  B) engage in productive conflict resolution.
  C) affirm each other.
  D) pose possible solutions.
Women's defensive strategies for reducing embarrassment and maintaining privacy boundaries include
 
  A) laughing at themselves.
  B) questioning the situation.
  C) criticizing themselves.
  D) retreating from the situation.
  E) redefining what happened.
Walking through Baton Rouge in August is like having a steamy washcloth draped over your
  face. This statement is an example of a(n) ________.
 
  A) word picture B) humor
  C) redundancy D) presentation aid
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
Unionization and strikes in depression-era California were the strongest among:
 
  a. agricultural and factory workers.
  b. the industrial workers in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
  c. agricultural and cannery workers, and longshoremen.
  d. longshoremen and factory workers.
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
The mutual defense group in which the Spartans participated (and helped ensure there would be assistance to defeat a helot uprising) was known as
 
  a. the Spartan League.
  b. the Delian League.
  c. the Peloponnesian League.
  d. the League of Corinth.
  e. the League of Justice.
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
The main goal of the Maccabean Revolt in 167 B.C.E. was
 
  a. political independence.
  b. imparting adherence to Hellenistic culture.
  c. overthrowing the Sadducees.
  d. approving the Septuagint.
  e. creating an environment of religious toleration.
4 years ago in History (Humanities)
During the Great Depression the U.S. unemployment rate hit
 
  a. 10
  b. 25
  c. 35
  d. 50
  e. 75
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