Lost Boys: Why Our Sons Turn Violent and How We Can Save Them Multiple Choice Test Questions

James Garbarino
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Preface - Chapter 1

1. In what year did four shootings occur in areas that were not typically hubs of youth violence?
(a) 1998.
(b) 1987.
(c) 1968.
(d) 1922.

2. What does the author admit he is trying to do by writing this book?
(a) Make sense of youth violence.
(b) Help the victims of youth violence.
(c) Help heal youth.
(d) Make sense of grief.

3. How long has the author been studying violent youth?
(a) Twelve years.
(b) Fifty years.
(c) Ten years.
(d) Twenty five years.

4. What did the Chicago Tribune publish in 1993?
(a) In depth profiles of everyone killed.
(b) In depth profiles of police killed.
(c) In depth profiles of adults killed.
(d) In depth profiles of children killed.

5. What did Josh mean when he asked his father to note the color and names of those in the newspaper?
(a) He was referring to the fact that most were black or Hispanic.
(b) He was referring to the fact that all in the paper were white.
(c) He was referring to the fact that all in the paper were Hispanic.
(d) He was referring to the fact that all in the paper had odd names.

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