NOUN TMA Questions & Answers: CSS212 - The Sociology Of Punishment And Corrections

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NOUN TMA Questions & Answers: CSS212 - The Sociology Of Punishment And Corrections

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Q1 􀳦??Holding Charge􀳦?􀳦 is not known to our criminal law and jurisdiction

TRUE

Q2 The origin of the loss of property rights comes from the common law concept of ----- which involved the forfeiture of the convicted person􀳦??s land and chattels

􀳦??attainder􀳦?􀳦

Q3 These awaiting trail persons are on remand under the -----

􀳦??holding charge􀳦?􀳦

Q4 Aftercare programme reassures the inmate and gives him hope of inclusiveness, participatory roles and ----- in seeking life chances

self-reliance

Q5 Regular ----- reports are also made on each resettle ex-prison inmate for obvious reasons, for upwards of one year, before he can be left on his own in society

evaluation

Q6 Absence of the principle of ----- before the law in equity and fair hearing hinders efforts in corrections

equality

Q7 Legally only the ----- are allowed to go through the reformation processes in the prison

convicts

Q8 The greater number of Ex-prison inmates known by society are the ----- Persons who do not pass through the Prison 􀳦??furnace􀳦??

Awaiting Trial

Q9 There can not be an effective programme for ex-convicts without raising their hope for ----- in the community

survival

Q10 The prison does not only de-socialized an offenders of whatever remaining desirable social values they bring with them to the institution, it also ----- them further

criminalizes
Q11 To counteract the effects of the formal economic, social and ----- deprivations of imprisonment, prisoners always evolve some informal 􀳦??subculture􀳦?􀳦

Psychological

Q12 Most prisoners are urban -----

migrants

Q13 A criminal is one who has violated the -----

criminal law

Q14 The successful reintegration of an offender into the society implies avoiding as much as possible the -- --- and labeling effects of commitment to an institution

isolating

Q15 􀳦??Deinstitutionalization􀳦?􀳦 refers to the employment of alternative ways of correcting majority of convicted offenders other than the use of -----

imprisonment

Q16 the main purpose of a deinstitutionalized sentence is to provide an opportunity for the offender to confront his problems in the environment which, eventually, is the testing ground

TRUE

Q17 The stigma attached to imprisonment also carries the prospect of social ----- by members of the public

ostracism

Q18 Under which classification is the convicted offender committed originally to a central unit for intensive study and program planning?

reception diagnostic center

Q19 The first type of classification to be developed was the so-called 􀳦??classification clinic􀳦?􀳦 or -----

􀳦??bureau.􀳦?􀳦

Q20 How many types of classification programmes are there in the prisons generally?

three

Q21 prisoners are kept within high walls institutions just to prevent them from -----

escaping

Q22 In treatment-oriented prisons, decision making is -----

decentralized

Q23 Prisoners are taken to courts for trial with the official vehicle called ----- in nigerian parlance

Black maria

Q24 Persons arrested or imprisoned by reason of criminal charge against them, who are detained either in police custody or in prison custody (jail) but have not yet been tried and sentenced, will be referred to as –


􀳦??untried prisoners􀳦??

Q25 The organization and methods of work in the prisons shall resemble as closely as possible those of similar work ----- the prisons

outside

Q26 separate institutions or separate sections of an institution shall be used for the treatment of the different classes of prisoners

TRUE

Q27 where are the details taken from a prisnoer kept for safekeeping?

Files

Q28 For every prisoner with a sentence of suitable length, the ----- shall receive, as soon as possible after his admission, full reports on all his details

Director

Q29 The treatment of offenders shall be such as will encourage their self-respect and develop their -----

sense of responsibility

Q30 The prison consists of ----- who are charged with the duty of maintaining and improving all desirable relations of a prisoner with his family and with valuable social agencies

social workers





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Q31 The treatment of prisoners should emphasize not their exclusion from the community, but their ----- part in it

continuing

Q32 The purpose and justification of a sentence of Imprisonment or a similar measure deprivative of liberty is ultimately to protect society against -----

Crime

Q33 Prison personnels shall be appointed on a full-time basis as ----- prison officers and have civil service status

Professional

Q34 The transport of prisoners in conveyances with inadequate ventilation or light, or in any way which would subject them to unnecessary physical hardship, is -----

prohibited

Q35 A prisoner can get back all his/her belongings except if they are ----- items

contraband

Q36 When a prisoner is being released does he/she get back all his/her belongings?

Yes

Q37 Can a prisoner retain his belongings while on detention?

Yes

Q38 A prisoner is allowed under necessary supervision to communicate with their family and reputable friends at regular intervals, both by ----- and byrecieving visits

correspondence

Q39 The rules for treatment of offenders set out what is accepted to be good general principle and ----- in the treatment of prisoner

Practice

Q40 The original idea for universal standards related to the treatment of prisoners was conceived by the International Penal and -----

Penitentiary Commission

Q41 Home detention or confinement may be combined with -----

House arrest probation

Q42 Probation is normally granted by the -----

court

Q43 shock probation entails sending offenders to prison for a ----- of time and then placing them on probation

short period

Q44 Which one of these is not a type of probation

Yearly probation

Q45 Parole is granted and administered by an executive board of the -----

institution itself.

Q46 Parole differs from probation in the sense that the parole has already served time in prison or reformatory.

TRUE'

Q47 The prisoners always evolve some informal -----

subculture

Q48 The idea of ----- is usually associated with an indeterminate sentence law

parole

Q49 Who wrote the book titled 􀳦??The psychology of punitive justice

Herbert Mead

Q50 which of these is a disadvantage of probation?

crime committed by probationers reduce the safety and security of society

Q51 􀳦??Ikoliwari house􀳦?􀳦 is owned by the -----

creek

Q52 One of these is not a role of Nigeria prisons system

recreation

Q53 Behavioral scientists pointed out that no two offenders who commit the same crime are completely alike

TRUE'

Q54 Long sentences imposed for the purpose of incapacitation can be the following except -----

Counter productive

Q55 who opined that 􀳦??our considerations of the sociological perspective have led us to a point where society looks more like a gigantic Akatraz than anything else

Berger

Q56 When did the American Group Psychotherapy Association survey 312 penal and correctional institutions in the United States established?

1950

Q57 One of these is not a type of classification

Managerial personnel

Q58 reform groups proposed better treatment for inmates as an end to harsh corporal punishment and the creation of meaningful prison industries in the -----

prison

Q59 Thomas Mott Osborne led -----

Mutual Welfare

Q60 All these are facts about the reasons for delinquency and crime except -----

computer relation



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Q61 A system, whether national, state or, local is the public aspect of the process of protecting against crime

prison

Q62 Modern day prisons have congregate dining rooms, which are considered danger spots because of the large number of men brought together with eating utensils as possible weapons

TRUE

Q63 Although generally probation is considered appropriate only for offenders convicted of minor offences, in some instances probation is used for serious offenders, a process referred to as -----

felony probation

Q64 In Nigeria correctional system includes ----- institutions which comprise the Remand Home and the Approved Schools

Juvenile

Q65 Modern devices to make escape more difficult for prisoners are called -----

underground passages
chains
gun detector
*** all of the above

Q66 The prison is a ----- institution like other institutions

Total

Q67 what entails sending offenders to prison for a short period of time and then placing them on probation

shock probation

Q68 A process of treatment, prescribed by the court for persons convicted of offenses against the law and is subject to supervision by a probation officer is -----

Probation

Q69 Giving children probation without appearance at court has been criticized on the bases of -----

sloppy treatment policies
sentimental leniency
none of the above
*** all of the above

Q70 the parole board is composed of people with little or nothing about -----

correction

Q71 One of these is not an advantage of parole

it establishes the offenders

Q72 Less formal and non-criminal procedures are involved in -----

Juvenile probation

Q73 Underaged probation is in a ----- court.

Juvenile

Q74 there are a wide state correctional institutions for adult inmates, this include -----

prison farms
reformatories
penitentiaries
*** all of the above

Q75 A prison has three distinct custody levels for inmates, based on an assessment of their perceived dangerousness, these are -----, ----- and -----

maximum danger, medium danger, and minimum danger

Q76 A larger building that have many more inmates and much bigger budgets is called -----

prisons

Q77 Prisons are federal or state ----- in which offenders serve sentences in excess of one year.

penal Institutions

Q78 The purpose of classification is -----

To divide the prisoners into classes
To separate from others
*** a and b
only b

Q79 An ----- prisoner shall be allowed to wear his own clothing if it is clean and suitable.

untried

Q80 􀳦??Ewedo House􀳦?􀳦 existed as the kings palace during the pre-colonial era

FALSE

Q81 Home detention or confinement may be combined with -----

House arrest probation

Q82 Probation is normally granted by the -----

court

Q83 shock probation entails sending offenders to prison for a ----- of time and then placing them on probation

short period

Q84 Which one of these is not a type of probation

Yearly probation

Q85 Parole is granted and administered by an executive board of the -----

institution itself.

Q86 Parole differs from probation in the sense that the parole has already served time in prison or reformatory.

TRUE

Q87 The prisoners always evolve some informal -----

Subculture

Q88 The idea of ----- is usually associated with an indeterminate sentence law

parole

Q89 Who wrote the book titled 􀳦??The psychology of punitive justice

Herbert Mead

Q90 which of these is a disadvantage of probation?

crime committed by probationers reduce the safety and security of society




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Q91 􀳦??Ikoliwari house􀳦?􀳦 is owned by the -----

creek

Q92 One of these is not a role of Nigeria prisons system

recreation

Q93 Behavioral scientists pointed out that no two offenders who commit the same crime are completely alike

True

Q94 Long sentences imposed for the purpose of incapacitation can be the following except -----

Counter productive

Q95 who opined that 􀳦??our considerations of the sociological perspective have led us to a point where society looks more like a gigantic Akatraz than anything else

Berger

Q96 When did the American Group Psychotherapy Association survey 312 penal and correctional institutions in the United States established?

1950

Q97 One of these is not a type of classification

Managerial personnel

Q98 reform groups proposed better treatment for inmates as an end to harsh corporal punishment and the creation of meaningful prison industries in the -----

prison

Q99 Thomas Mott Osborne led -----

Mutual Welfare

Q100 All these are facts about the reasons for delinquency and crime except -----

computer relation

Q101 A system, whether national, state or, local is the public aspect of the process of protecting against crime

prison

Q102 Modern day prisons have congregate dining rooms, which are considered danger spots because of the large number of men brought together with eating utensils as possible weapons

TRUE

Q103 Although generally probation is considered appropriate only for offenders convicted of minor offences, in some instances probation is used for serious offenders, a process referred to as -----

felony probation

Q104 In Nigeria correctional system includes ----- institutions which comprise the Remand Home and the Approved Schools

Juvenile

Q105 Modern devices to make escape more difficult for prisoners are called -----

underground passages
chains
gun detector
*** all of the above

Q106 The prison is a ----- institution like other institutions

Total

Q107 what entails sending offenders to prison for a short period of time and then placing them on probation

shock probation

Q108 A process of treatment, prescribed by the court for persons convicted of offenses against the law and is subject to supervision by a probation officer is -----

Probation

Q109 Giving children probation without appearance at court has been criticized on the bases of -----

sloppy treatment policies
sentimental leniency
none of the above
*** all of the above

Q110 the parole board is composed of people with little or nothing about -----

correction

Q111 One of these is not an advantage of parole

it establishes the offenders

Q112 Less formal and non-criminal procedures are involved in -----

Juvenile probation

Q113 Underaged probation is in a ----- court.

Juvenile

Q114 there are a wide state correctional institutions for adult inmates, this include -----

prison farms
reformatories
penitentiaries
*** all of the above
Q115 A prison has three distinct custody levels for inmates, based on an assessment of their perceived dangerousness, these are -----, ----- and -----

maximum danger, medium danger, and minimum danger

Q116 A larger building that have many more inmates and much bigger budgets is called -----

prisons

Q117 Prisons are federal or state ----- in which offenders serve sentences in excess of one year.

penal Institutions

Q118 The purpose of classification is -----

To divide the prisoners into classes
To separate from others
*** a and b

Q119 An ----- prisoner shall be allowed to wear his own clothing if it is clean and suitable.

untried

Q120 􀳦??Ewedo House􀳦?􀳦 existed as the kings palace during the pre-colonial era

FALSE





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