Attachment # 00000537 - Exam_2.txt

Exam_2.txt (13.7 KB)
Raw Preview of Attachment:
(refer to the detailed question and attachment below)
Question 1 Which industrialized countries are identified in the text as permitting euthanasia to patients who request death?Answer Canada, Italy, and Sweden Japan Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg England .2 points Question 2 All of the following occurred with Karen Ann Quinlan EXCEPT:Answer Her parents requested that she be removed from a mechanical respirator. The request of Karen's parents was opposed by the medical staff and resulted in a judicial suit. The Supreme Court of New Jersey ruled in favor of the medical staff and Karen remained on the respirator. Karen's case became a focal point for issues pertaining to "death with dignity." .2 points Question 3 A codicil relates toAnswer rewriting a will. amending a will making an oral will. formalizing a will. .2 points Question 4 A study conducted in 1961 found that _________ doctors had a strong tendency to withhold informationAnswer few most military hospital-based .2 points Question 5 Who provided aid-in-dying to more than 100 people and led a personal crusade to legalize physician-assistant suicide?Answer Thomas Youk Jack Kevorkian John Pridonoff Ira Byock .2 points Question 6 Euthanasia comes from the Greek term meaningAnswer quick death. easy death. forever sleep. deliberate death. .2 points Question 7 According to Barton Bernstein, the second legal stage in cases of terminal illness includes which of the following activities? 1. delivering the will for probate 2. helping survivors obtain funds to cover immediate expenses 3. notifying the attorney and insurance representatives 4. informing medical personnel that the patient intends to make an organ donation or anatomical giftAnswer 1, 2, and 4 1, 3, and 4 1, 2, and 3 2, 3, and 4 .2 points Question 8 The SUPPORT study was designed toAnswer help families find an appropriate hospice program. aid hospitals in developing end-of-life protocols. unionize hospital personnel. assess communication between physician and patient at the end of life. .2 points Question 9 Currently, physician-assisted death is permitted by legislation enacted inAnswer California and Ohio. Nevada and Michigan. Oregon and Washington. New York and Pennsylvania. .2 points Question 10 The Patient Self-Determination Act requires health providers to do which of the following?Answer inform patients of their right to appoint a health care proxy refuse admission to patients who fail to sign an advance directive document a patient's Five Wishes determine a patient's length of stay .2 points Question 11 Pretense, as a way of coping with painful circumstances, such as a terminal illness,Answer is never a truly effective means of coping. can be a useful short-term strategy. rarely occurs among family members. will not be carried on to the end. .2 points Question 12 Charles Corr's primary dimensions in coping with dying are physical, psychological, spiritual, andAnswer religious autonomy hope social .2 points Question 13 According to Kübler-Ross, all of the following are associated with a life-threatening illness EXCEPT:Answer depression. denial. belief. acceptance. .2 points Question 14 In Kenneth Doka's "Tasks in Coping with Life-threatening Illness," which phase is characterized by "living with the disease"?Answer terminal acute chronic psychological .2 points Question 15 What is the oldest and most common form of cancer therapy?Answer radiation chemotherapy osteopathic therapy surgery .2 points Question 16 Metastasis is BEST defined asAnswer the contracting of a contagious disease. fear of dying. research done on various types of cancerous tumors. the spreading of cancer to various parts of the body. .2 points Question 17 What is ikigai ryoho?Answer an ancient belief that if death is faced positively, a favorable afterlife will follow a Japanese treatment for AIDS a therapy to help a patient's family deal with the death of a loved one a psychotherapy that helps patients live fully and meaningfully .2 points Question 18 What is visualization?Answer The patient imagines what the afterlife will be like. The patient imagines the therapeutic agent inside the body helping to restore health. An activity of terminally ill patients to imagine how their families will deal with their deaths. Patients working to integrate emotions and cognitions to bring about changes in their families' perceptions about death. .2 points Question 19 The therapies included under complementary and alternative medicine are sometime referred to asAnswer integrative medicine twenty-first century medicine hexachordal medicine non-standard practice medicine .2 points Question 20 Which of the following terms BEST describes the process of a person who questions, "Am I responsible for bringing this illness on myself"?Answer dying trajectory magical thinking reactive thinking physiological guilt .2 points Question 21 Personalized funerals are also calledAnswer green burials. life-centered funerals. mono-memorials. eco-pods. .2 points Question 22 In which of the following countries is cremation the most common method of body disposal?Answer Norway and Sweden Russia and China India and Japan Canada and United States .2 points Question 23 Funerals are akin to other major transitions in a person's life in that they all involveAnswer rites of passage. numbers of people. family and professionals. money. .2 points Question 24 The death customs of the ancient Egyptians revealAnswer a culture focused on acquiring mortuary goods and preparing for the afterlife. that most Egyptians did not include religion as a dominant theme in their concept of death. that they welcomed death because it was thought to be a rewarding experience to those who had served the gods. a preoccupation with the fear of death, which influenced people to serve the pharaohs in hope of a favorable destiny with the gods. .2 points Question 25 The funeral business is generally viewed as aAnswer business of mourning. "closed business." supplier of grief. "mystery business." .2 points Question 26 According to William Lamers, substituting a memorial service for a traditional funeral is lacking in which of the following respects?Answer It usually does not take place when feelings about a loss are most intense. Members of the family are not as exposed to the fact that a death has occurred. The body is not present, so the fact of death is not fixed in the minds of the mourners. All of the above. .2 points Question 27 Which of the following were normal functions of the undertaker in the late nineteenth century? 1. laying out the body for the wake 2. providing "aftercare" counseling for the bereaved 3. transporting the body to the church for the funeral 4. transporting the body to the cemetery for burialAnswer 1, 2 and 3 1, 2 and 4 1, 3 and 4 2, 3 and 4 .2 points Question 28 The FTC Funeral Rule requires that mortuariesAnswer obtain permission from the family in order to charge a fee for the embalming procedure. embalm the deceased if the funeral is more than three days after death. disclose all embalming fees to a federal regulatory agency. use an approved list of chemicals for embalming. .2 points Question 29 President Lincoln's funeral procession increased awareness of the practice ofAnswer cremation. freezing. reparation. embalming. .2 points Question 30 According to Bertram Puckle, funeral ritesAnswer are the most important function related to death. must adjust to modern social values. reflect a superstitious fear of the dead. should become more religious in nature. .2 points Question 31 According to Therese Rando, which of the following may especially complicate grief? 1. death of a child 2. bereaved person's perceived lack of social support 3. relationship between bereaved and deceased that was long term and intimate 4. bereaved's perception that death was preventableAnswer 1, 2 and 3 1, 2 and 4 1, 3 and 4 2, 3 and 4 .2 points Question 32 According to Edgar Jackson, which factors are especially important in a survivor's response to loss?Answer personality, mode of death, and social roles mode of death, values, and relationship with the deceased personality, social roles, values and perception of the deceased's importance values, culture, and social roles .2 points Question 33 Factors that can restimulate grief for survivors of a homicide are termedAnswer recurring events. secondary events. trigger events. grief events. .2 points Question 34 Grief experienced in connection with a loss that is not socially supported or acknowledged through the usual rituals is termedAnswer disenfranchised. anticipatory. systemic. instrumental. .2 points Question 35 What is our "assumptive world"?Answer our circle of family, friends and community the world we expect to be stable and reliable the world created after experiencing a loss our religious or spiritual beliefs .2 points Question 36 Wearing a black armband traditionally signifies aAnswer conventional mourning behavior. emotional hardness. political protest. holding to a certain policy. .2 points Question 37 The idea that one can die of a "broken heart"Answer is a myth perpetuated by poets. has no scientific basis or rationale. is being investigated scientifically and is considered plausible. was a popular notion during the fifteenth century and is now discounted. .2 points Question 38 In the intuitive pattern of grieving, individuals experience and express griefAnswer physically. through dreams and images. via feelings and emotions. by doing and problem solving. .2 points Question 39 Whose model focuses on four tasks of mourning, including accepting the reality of the loss, processing the pain of grief, adjusting to the world without the deceased and finding an enduring connection with the deceased?Answer Wass Parkes Silverman Worden .2 points Question 40 Which of the following typically occurs during the middle period of grief?Answer disorganization and disbelief denial and refusal to accept death relief and mental balance sadness and longing .2 points Question 41 When talking to children about death, it is important toAnswer give sophisticated explanations. assume they have no beliefs about death. avoid teachable moments and wait for a crisis. verify and clarify what they think you've told them. .2 points Question 42 When discussing death with a child, an adult shouldAnswer tell the truth no matter how complex it may be. tell the truth while considering the child's developmental level and ability to understand. avoid the issue and divert the child's attention. make an association such as "cancer is like a bad seed growing in your body". .2 points Question 43 What is bibliotherapy?Answer Counseling with your clergy. Using books as an aid in coping. A subcategory of the National Alliance of Grieving Children Therapy provided at a camp-like setting. .2 points Question 44 When a child is dealing with emotional pain, admonishing the child to "be brave" isAnswer good because it helps teach the child to deal with tragedy. good because it lends guidance during a time of confusion. bad because crying is a natural response to loss. bad because it makes the child feel guilty. .2 points Question 45 Of all the deaths that may be experienced in childhood, the most affecting is likely to be the death of aAnswer pet. friend. sibling. parent. .2 points Question 46 A parent's death is perceived as a loss of security, affection andAnswer financial stability. religious continuity. nurture. cognitive development. .2 points Question 47 When parents explain death to children, they shouldAnswer use nursery rhymes to soften the trauma of death. be honest and straightforward. avoid using the words death or dead. encourage children to hope that they will be with the deceased again soon. .2 points Question 48 Which was the first free-standing children's end-of-life care facility in the United States?Answer Helen House George Mark Children's House Nick Snow Hospice Red Balloon Center. .2 points Question 49 Which of the following coping mechanisms are used by children to cope with a serious illness? 1. making a deal that allows a desire to be filled once the pain is endured 2. limiting the number of people with whom they have close relationships 3. taking a "be-brave-and-strong" stance 4. regressing to behaviors that are less demandingAnswer 1, 2 and 3 1, 2 and 4 1, 3 and 4 2, 3 and 4 .2 points Question 50 If a child believes he or she may have played a role in the events that led to a death, what emotion might predominate among those experienced?Answer anger panic emptiness guilt .


Offered Price $20.00

Socialogy Exammmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Question # 00002917
Subject: Philosophy
Due on: 10/28/2013
Posted On: 10/28/2013 06:53 PM

Expert tutors with experiences and qualities
Posted By
Best Tutors for school students, college students
Feedback Score:

Purchase it
Report this Question as Inappropriate
Socialogy Exammmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Tags exammmmmmmmmmmmmmmm socialogy exammmmmmmmmmmmmmmm socialogy

Tutorials for this Question

Available for

Socialogy Exam

Tutorial # 00002738
Posted On: 10/28/2013 07:38 PM
Posted By:
Best Tutors for school students, college students neil2103
Expert tutors with experiences and qualities
Feedback Score:
Report this Tutorial as Inappropriate
Tutorial Preview ……
soc_exam.docx (19.6 KB)
Preview: deceased xxxxxxxxxxxx social xxxxxx values and xxxxxxxxxx of the xxxxxxxxxx importance xxxxxxx xxxxxxxx and xxxxxx roles 2 xxxxxx Question 33 xxxxxxx that xxx xxxxxxxxxxx grief xxx survivors of x homicide are xxxxxxxxxxxx recurring xxxxxx xxxxxxxxx events xxxxxxx events grief xxxxxx 2 points xxxxxxxx 34 xxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx in xxxxxxxxxx with a xxxx that is xxx socially xxxxxxxxx xx acknowledged xxxxxxx the usual xxxxxxx is termedAnswer xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx anticipatory xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx 2 xxxxxx Question 35 xxxx is our xxxxxxxxxxx world"?Answer xxx xxxxxx of xxxxxxx friends and xxxxxxxxx the world xx expect xx xx stable xxx reliable the xxxxx created after xxxxxxxxxxxx a xxxx xxx religious xx spiritual beliefs x points Question xx Wearing x xxxxx armband xxxxxxxxxxxxx signifies aAnswer xxxxxxxxxxxx mourning behavior xxxxxxxxx hardness xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx holding xx a certain xxxxxx 2 points xxxxxxxx 37 xxx xxxx that xxx can die xx a "broken xxxxxxxxxxxx is x xxxx perpetuated xx poets has xx scientific basis xx rationale xx xxxxx investigated xxxxxxxxxxxxxx and is xxxxxxxxxx plausible was x popular xxxxxx xxxxxx the xxxxxxxxx century and xx now discounted x points xxxxxxxx xx In xxx intuitive pattern xx grieving, individuals xxxxxxxxxx and xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx physically xxxxxxx dreams and xxxxxx via feelings xxx emotions xx xxxxx and xxxxxxx solving 2 xxxxxx Question 39 xxxxx model xxxxxxx xx four xxxxx of mourning, xxxxxxxxx accepting the xxxxxxx of xxx xxxxx processing xxx pain of xxxxxx adjusting to xxx world xxxxxxx xxx deceased xxx finding an xxxxxxxx connection with xxx deceased?Answer xxxx xxxxxx Silverman xxxxxx 2 points xxxxxxxx 40 Which xx the xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx occurs xxxxxx the middle xxxxxx of grief?Answer xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and xxxxxxxxx xxxxxx and xxxxxxx to accept xxxxx relief and xxxxxx balance xxxxxxx xxx longing x points Question xx When talking xx children xxxxx xxxxxx it xx important toAnswer xxxx sophisticated explanations xxxxxx they xxxx xx beliefs xxxxx death avoid xxxxxxxxx moments and xxxx for x xxxxxx verify xxx clarify what xxxx think you've xxxx them x xxxxxx Question xx When discussing xxxxx with a xxxxxx an xxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx tell xxx truth no xxxxxx how complex xx may xx xxxx the xxxxx while considering xxx child's developmental xxxxx and xxxxxxx xx understand xxxxx the issue xxx divert the xxxxxxx attention xxxx xx association xxxx as "cancer xx like a xxx seed xxxxxxx xx your xxxxx 2 points xxxxxxxx 43 What xx bibliotherapy?Answer xxxxxxxxxx xxxx your xxxxxx Using books.....
Purchase this Tutorial @ $33.00 *
* - Additional Paypal / Transaction Handling Fee (3.9% of Tutorial price + $0.30) applicable