Lost Boys: Why Our Sons Turn Violent and How We Can Save Them Test | Final Test - Easy

James Garbarino
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Garbarino call the new social math?
(a) When children realize they have a less likely percentage of survival in a gang.
(b) When children realize they have a more likely percentage of survival in a gang.
(c) When children realize they have a more likely percentage of survival joining a church group.
(d) When children realize they have a less likely percentage of survival than those in higher classes.

2. What do children use to measure the danger around them?
(a) The thoughts of public figures.
(b) The reaction of those around them.
(c) Their own thoughts and emotions.
(d) The feelings of siblings.

3. Learning about the destruction of human bodies is __________________.
(a) Problematic.
(b) Traumatic.
(c) Detrimental.
(d) Emotional.

4. ART stands for __________________.
(a) Anger Reliance Training.
(b) Antisocial Retraining.
(c) Anti-anger Replacement Training.
(d) Anger Replacement Training.

5. The eighth line of defense is teaching mediation, conflict resolution, and peer counseling in ___________________.
(a) High School.
(b) College.
(c) Grade school.
(d) Middle school.

6. According to General S.L.A. Marshall, resilience is not:
(a) Futile.
(b) Lasting.
(c) Necessary.
(d) Absolute.

7. Spiritual support can buffer against ___________________.
(a) Anxiety.
(b) Anger.
(c) Depression.
(d) Fear.

8. What percentage of American kids have been found to be in need of professional mental health intervention?
(a) Fifty.
(b) Twenty.
(c) Three.
(d) Ten.

9. Social health is the sum total of a community's ___________________.
(a) Psychological anchors.
(b) Governmental anchors.
(c) Public anchors.
(d) Social anchors.

10. In a negative social environment, vulnerable children should be understood as __________________.
(a) Little boys.
(b) Social asthmatics.
(c) Demons.
(d) Social outcasts.

11. Why are the homicide rates of war veterans so much smaller?
(a) They are not angry.
(b) They have military discipline.
(c) They are socially supported.
(d) They are afraid of government.

12. Why do violent boys appear arrogant, according to Garbarino?
(a) They are victimizing themselves.
(b) They are arrogant.
(c) They are overcompensating for their low self worth.
(d) They are overcompensating for defensiveness.

13. What did Allan, the boy accused of stealing the drug dealer's gun, mean by being "on point"?
(a) He meant that he was made more aware of his surroundings.
(b) He meant that he was frightened.
(c) He meant that he was emotionally vulnerable.
(d) He meant that he was responsible for killing.

14. Boot camps are places that use ____________________.
(a) Prison institutions.
(b) School based structures.
(c) Prayer and meditation.
(d) Military type structure.

15. Finding a way to make something positive out of life is _____________________.
(a) Generativity.
(b) Materialism.
(c) Positivism.
(d) Active coping.

Short Answer Questions

1. Recidivists are those who ________________________.

2. In addition to family rejection, what other aspect of life can cause a feeling of alienation in the life of violent youth?

3. The third line of defense against violent teens are early intervention programs that deal with ___________________.

4. Terrance Real's work showed that emotional blockage in violent boys is partially a result of ________________.

5. Some children are more affected by this than others, according to psychologist Leonard Eron.

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