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Quiz 8, Chapter 7: Work, Media, and Leisure

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Quiz 8, Chapter 7: Work, Media, and Leisure PSYC 2351

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Ten multiple-choice questions that cover material from Chapter 7 of Adolescence by L. Steinberg.
Psychology of Adolescence
Dr. Miller
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work, Media, Leisure, teen employment, adolescence, Psychology of Adolescence
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Date Created: 04/03/16
QUESTION 1  Which of the following is true of most adolescents' jobs?    a.  They encourage adolescents to behave independently.    b.  They require challenging decision making.    c.  Adolescents are rarely required to use skills taught in  school.    d.  Adolescents receive strict instruction from supervisors.  1 points    QUESTION 2  Which of the following is NOT a common message that the media conveys about sex?    a.  unprotected sex can have serious  consequences    b.  women are sex objects    c.  sex is a defining aspect of masculinity    d.  sex is fun and exciting  1 points    QUESTION 3  Which of the following characteristics of the retail and restaurant industries contributed to the  rise in adolescent employment?    a.  need for part­time workers    b.  abundance of low wage positions    c.  short shift schedules    d.  all of the above  1 points    QUESTION 4  This model for explaining the relationship between media and behavior states that adolescents  choose the media to which they are personally exposed. Their resulting behaviors, therefore,  are not due to the influence of media, but to the fact that they chose to look at media images  and messages that were consistent with their own personal interests.    a.  Media practice model    b.  Cultivation theory    c.  Uses and gratifications  approach    d.  Social Learning approach  1 points    QUESTION 5  Which of the following is not associated with adolescents who work?    a.  greater absences from school    b.  greater enjoyment of  school    c.  less time spent on homework    d.  earn lower grades  1 points    QUESTION 6  Ryan did a survey at his middle school of the most common after­school jobs for the eighth  grade class. What are his results likely to say?    a.  movie theater usher and nurses' aide    b.  baby­sitting and lawn work    c.  fast­food worker and clothing store cashier    d.  receptionist and paper carrier  1 points    QUESTION 7  Adolescent girls are most likely to spend their money on:    a.  food.    b.  alcohol.    c.  items such as stereos and DVDs.    d.  clothes.  1 points    QUESTION 8  _____ adolescents are more likely to watch TV, and _____ adolescents are more likely to listen  to music.    a.  Older; older    b.  Younger;  younger    c.  Older; younger    d.  Younger; older  1 points    QUESTION 9  Which of the following is an example of structured leisure time?    a.  participating in school  athletics    b.  hanging out at a friend's house    c.  watching television alone    d.  listening to music with friends  1 points    QUESTION 10  In recent years, studies of adolescents' consumer behavior have noted the strong influence  teens have over one another when it comes to spending money. Advertisers have taken  advantage of Internet sites such as YouTube, MySpace, and Facebook to utilize what kind of  marketing?    a.  viral marketing    b.  pandemic marketing    c.  cold­and­flu marketing    d.  underground  marketing   


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