41. (p. 387) Identify the theoretical view of the nature of rape which

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41. (p. 387) Identify the theoretical view of the nature of rape which holds that rapes occur more frequently when a community is not able to enforce norms against crime in general. 

A. The existential theory

B. The victim-precipitated theory

C. The experiential theory

D. The social-disorganization theory

42. (p. 387) War torn countries have a high incidence of rape. This illustrates how rapes may occur due to _____. 

A. social disorganization

B. intrinsic integration

C. victim-precipitation

D. victim-vindication

43. (p. 387) Which of the following did the International Dating Violence Study indicate about the relationship between culture and rape? 

A. The culture of a society has no impact upon the attitudes that men have toward rape.

B. There is a correlation, across cultures, between hostility toward women and rates of rape.

C. The culture of a society and its sexual scripts does not endorse rape directly or indirectly.

D. Cultural values make no difference to the way in which the victim of a rape is rehabilitated.

44. (p. 387) Which of the following is true of sexual scripts? 

A. They support rape when they don't portray women as submissive and sexually yielding.

B. They seldom act in concord with the values of the culture within which they function.

C. They do not affect the attitudes of adolescents or actions of adults toward rape.

D. They support rape when they portray men as oversexed and sexually aggressive.

45. (p. 387) Early family influences may play a role in shaping a man into a sexual aggressor. Research has found that young men who are sexual aggressors are likely to have: 

A. had a dominant mother.

B. had a matriarchal family structure.

C. been sexually abused in childhood.

D. been asexual during their adolescence.

46. (p. 387) Supporting the feminist theoretical view, research shows that _____ attitudes are correlated with men's history of sexual aggression. 

A. asexual

B. hypermasculine

C. hypomasculine

D. homosexual

47. (p. 387) The commonness of rape, especially date rape, point to _____ as its cause. 

A. asexuality

B. hypermasculinity

C. hypomasculinity

D. homosexuality

48. (p. 388) Which of the following did Peggy Sanday find to be true when studying the relationship between rapes and fraternities? 

A. All fraternities create an atmosphere in which rape is not fostered.

B. All fraternities have an orientation program which sensitizes men to the consequences of rape.

C. Rapes seldom take place within the premises of a fraternity house.

D. Male bonding is the cause, rather than the consequence, of gang rape by fraternity members.

49. (p. 388) Research shows that rapists tend to be _____. 

A. married men

B. asexual

C. homosexuals

D. repeat offenders

50. (p. 388) Which of the following is true according to research conducted on the characteristics of rapists? 

A. They are more likely to be sexually aggressive.

B. They generally possess a high degree of empathy.

C. They typically have never faced sexual abuse.

D. They typically display high levels of inhibition.



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