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Introduction to Criminology

1. Is a kind of executive clemency whereby the execution of penalty is


suspended ?
a. Pardon
b. Amnesty
c. Reprieve
d. Commutation of sentence
2. The penalty imposed by the court upon an offender is reduced to a lighter
one.
a. Commutation of sentence
b. Amnesty
c. Reprieve
d. Civil interdiction
3. A good and honest officer is firm, but fair. He is courteous and helpful and
does not employ third degree tactics
a. A model policeman
b. Lazy policeman
c. Old policemen
d. Active policeman
4. A branch of psychiatry that deals with the evaluation, prevention and cure of
criminal behavior
a. Criminology
b. Criminal psychiatry
c. Psychology
d. Psyche
5. An eye for eye philosophy of justice.
a. Retribution
b. Sodomy
c. expiation
6. Italian authority in criminology who developed concept of the natural crime
and define it as a violation of the prevalent sentiment of pity and probity.
a. R.H. Goddard
b. Enrico Ferri
c. Rafael Garofalo
d. Desire Lombroso
7. A collective term of mental disorder that begin at or shortly after puberty and
usually lead to general failure of the mental faculties.
a. Dementia psychodynamics
b. Dementia praecox
c. Criimigenic Process
d. Delusion
8. Explain human behavior and the experiences which help determine the
nature of a persons personality as reacting mechanism.
a. Dementia Praecox
b. Criminogenic
c. Delusion

9. In criminology, a measuring or calculating of the probable duration of human


life the attempt to correlate the frequency of crime between parent and
children, brother & sister (sibling).
a. Logomacy
b. Biometry
c. Biosocial behavior
10.State that Criminology at present as not a science but it has hope of
becoming a science
a. Dr. Charles Goring
b. Edwing Sutherland
c. Emile Durkheim
11.A statement that we would have no crime if we had no criminal law.
a. Logomy
b. Norm
c. Culture
d. Criminal Law
12.Who studied the case histories of 2000 convict and found that heredity is
more influential as determiner of criminal behavior than environment.
a. Dr. Cesare Beccaria
b. Dr. Cesare Lombroso
c. Dr. Charles Goring
d. Dr. Maria C. Gallur
13.A code after a name of a person. An eye for an eye & tooth for a tooth in the
imposition of punishment.
a. Code Kalantiao
b. Code of Ethics
c. Code of Hummarabi
14.The country where the last burning at the stake was made until 1786.
a. Australia
b. England
c. Berlin
d. London
15.A nation who pioneered banishment as a form of punishment.
a. Berlin
b. France
c. Ancient Rome
d. Egypt
16.Crime is a juridical who pioneered banishment as a form of punishment.
a. Crime
b. Neo classical theory
c. Classical theory
d. Positivist theory
17.The code of Kalantiao was promulgated in what year?
a. 1521
b. 1435
c. 1433
d. 1517
18.Who is the one state that crime is essentially a social and moral phenomenon
and it cannot be treated and checked by the imposition of punishment.

a. Dr. Cesare Beccaria


b. Dr. Cesare Paler
c. Dr. Cesare Lombroso
19.Conditional release is the statutory shortening of the maximum sentence the
prisoner serves because of good behavior while in prison.
a. Commutation
b. Good conduct lime allowance
c. Probation
d. Allowance
20.It is a morbid craving, usually of an erotic nature for dead bodies.
a. Erotomania
b. Necrophilism
c. Delusion
d. Hallucination
21.It is a false belief about self, caused by morbidity.
a. Hallucination
b. Delusion
c. Megalomania
d. Melancholia
22.It is concerned with the control and prevention of crime and the treatment of
youthful offenders.
a. Criminology
b. Penology
c. Sociology of Law
d. Criminal etiology
23.His study showed hereditary is more influential determinants of criminal
behavior than environment.
a. John Howard
b. Peter Rentzel
c. Cesare Becarria
d. Charles Goring
24.The world famous authority in the field of criminology who advocated the
Positive theory.
a. Edwin Sutherland
b. Alphonse Bertillon
c. Charles Goring
d. Cesare Lombroso
25.An act or omission in violation of a criminal who advocated the Positive
theory.
a. Edwin Sutherland
b. Alphonse Bertillon
c. Charles Goring
d. Cesare Lombroso
26.She was considered the mother of Criminal
a. Ada Dugdale
b. Ada Jukes
c. Martin Kalikak
d. Bakekang

27.He study the family Iree of a revolutionary war soldier Marlin Kalikak found
many criminal among the descendants of Kalikak.
a. Henry Goddard
b. Richard Dugdale
c. Sigmund Freud
d. Charles Darwin
28.He is the proponent introduced the theory physical of limitation which govern
the process by which people become criminal.
a. Emile Durkheim
b. Cyrill Burl
c. Gabriel Tarde
d. William Healy
29.Compensation on awarded to a person suffering, mental anguish, fright
serious anxiety besmirched reputation wounded feelings, moral shock social
humiliation.
a. Moderate damages
b. Liquidated damages
c. Normal damages
d. Moral damages
30.One having no apparent mean of subsistence who has the physical ability to
work neglect to apply himself or herself to some lawful calling.
a. Vagrant
b. Crime
c. Pimps
d. Time
31.In this year the first transported 564 males and 162 female prisoners on the
eight month voyage to the present site of Sydney in Australia.
a. 1778
b. 1787
c. 1788
d. 1779
32.In theory of punishment rest of the belie that wrong done must be atone for
by a punishment which compensates for the crime.
a. Deterrence
b. Expiation
c. Reformation
d. Protection of society
33.Which attempt to the scientific analysis of the causes of crime?
a. Victomology
b. Criminal
c. Criminal etiology
d. Criminology
34.Which can attempt to scientific analysis of the condition under which penal
and criminal law develops a process of formal and social control.
a. Victimology
b. Criminal sociology
c. Criminal etiology
d. Penology
35.Which is concerned with the prevention and control of crime.

a. Victimology
b. Criminology
c. Sociology of Law
d. Penology
36.He is concerned with the prevention and control of crime.
a. Cesare Beccaria
b. Cesare Lombroso
c. Cesare Garofalo
d. Criminal
37.One who violates our penal law, one guilty of a crime for hidden the law.
a. Criminal
b. Criminal Law
c. Penology
d. Crime
38.Is an intention act in commission in violation of criminal law committed
without defense or justification on and sanctioned by laws is a felony or
misdemeanor.
a. Criminal
b. Criminal Law
c. Penology
d. Crime
39.The Holy three in Criminology except one
a. Cesare Lombroso
b. Rafael Garofalo
c. Enrico Ferri
d. Cesare Beccaria
40.It explains the rule of physical and mental condition of the individual prior
imprisonment of more than three years.
a. Anthropological approach
b. Medical approach
c. Physiological approach
d. Biological approach
41.It is the institutions for the confinement of sentenced prisoner serving
imprisonment of more than three years.
a. Prison
b. Jail
c. Rehabilitation center
d. Confinement unit
42.It is the primary adult penal institution used for the detention of law violators.
a. Jail
b. Prison
c. Parole
d. Penology
43.Is the blanket pardon granted to a group of prisoners generally political
offenders.
a. Commutation
b. Reprieve
c. Amnesty
d. Pardon

44.Is the temporary stay of the execution of the sentence like pardon this can
only be exercise by the president when the sentence has become final.
a. Commutation
b. Reprieve
c. Amnesty
d. Pardon
45.In categories of prisoners deprived of liberty for not more than six (6) months.
a. Provincial prisoners
b. National prisoners
c. City or Municipal prisoners
d. Crime
46.In categories of prisoners deprived of liberty for not more than three (3) or
subjected to fine of not more than one thousand (P 1,000.00) pesos or both.
a. Provincial prisoners
b. National prisoners
c. City or Municipal prisoner
d. Crime
47.Given without any condition attached to it.
a. Absolute pardon
b. commutation
c. reprieve
d. amnesty
48.is an act of clemency which changes a heavier sentence to a less serious one
or short learn.
a. Absolute pardon
b. Commutation
c. Reprieve
d. Amnesty
49.Is part of Science of Criminology that study of the principle of punishment
and management of Prison, reformations and other confinement unit.
a. Penology
b. Correction
c. Victimology
d. Criminology
50.A person who is sentence to a prison term of over three year
a. City prisoner
b. Municipal prisoner
c. Provincial prisoner
d. Insular prisoners
51.Maybe defined as a study and investigation of crime and criminals and is
concerned with the application of knowledge regarding crime to social
programs of crime prevention and control.
a. Etiology of crime
b. Criminology
c. Criminalist
d. Criminal Process
52.The process which explain human behavior the experience which help
determine the nature of a persons personality as a reacting mechanism; that

factors or experience in connection thereto impinge differently upon different


personalities producing conflict which is the aspect of crime.
a. Criminogenic process
b. Criminal psychodynamics
c. Etiology of crime
d. Cretinism
53.The study of metal process of criminals in action; the study of the genesis,
development and motivation of human behavior that conflicts with accepted
norms and standards of society; this study concentrates on the study of
individuals as opposed to general studies of mass populations with respect to
their general behavior.
a. Criminal psychodynamics
b. Cultural conflict
c. Criminogenic process
d. Cretinism
54.A disease associated with prenatal thyroid deficiency and subsequent thyroid
inactivity, marked by physical deformities, arrested development, goiter and
various forms of mental retardation, including imbecility.
a. Cretinism
b. Cultural Conflict
c. Criminogenic process
d. Crime Statistics
55.A reported instance of a crime recorded in a systematic classification.
a. Crime statistics
b. Cultural conflict
c. Crime index
d. Contumacy
56.A clash between societies because of contrary beliefs substantial variance in
their respective customs language, institutions, habits, learning traditions,
etc.
a. Cultural conflict
b. Contumacy
c. Crime index
d. Custom
57.A statement that there would be no crime if there are no criminal laws and
that we could eliminate all crime merely be abolishing all criminals laws.
a. Decriminalization
b. Logomacy
c. Abolish Legislative body
d. All of the above
58.Any record of crimes, such as crimes known to the police, arrest, convictions,
or commitments to prison.
a. Crime statistics
b. Police blotter
c. Crime index
d. Police record