Directions: Please select any four of the seven possible questions, provided below, to answer.
Each of your answers should be properly labeled as “Question 1” or “Question 4” for example, and it is ok to list the full question. All answers need to be provided in one single word document that you will upload via Canvas. Please make sure to put your name on your answer sheet.
Each question is worth 15 points. Points will be earned based on several criteria (see rubric on Canvas), this includes proper coverage of the essay topics. Quality answers for each question should be about two (450-500 words) to no more than three double-spaced pages in length. Formatting should be professional, 12-point, Times New Roman font, and must follow APA guidelines for citations and references. If you cite outside the reading materials (which you should) and you are unsure how to properly reference them (like an example social or news media post, or other non-academic citation), just do your best to provide a link/cite and be consistent with your formatting. One single reference section at the end of your answer sheet is recommended.
This is an open-book, open-note, and otherwise open exam, however, exams must be completed alone and without the help of others. If you experience technical issues with uploading your completed exam, please inform me via email and you must include your exam in an attachment in the email in order to earn credit. Late exams will not be accepted and will result in a 0 grade for the exam. If you have questions regarding the final exam or your coursework, please feel free to make an appointment with me.
Pick Any Four of the Following Questions:
Chapter 1. Pick one: Describe the organizational structure of either a hypothetical or real police department, courtroom, or a correctional facility (either jail or prison). Be sure to provide thorough descriptions and it is ok to provide/cite examples.
Chapter 2. One section of Chapter Two discusses the idea that the government is, and should be, different than the public sector. Identify examples and discuss the various reasons for these differences.
Chapter 3. Pollock (1998), in her work Ethics in Crime and Justice: Dilemmas and Decisions, highlights the ethical frameworks that fall under the Deontological and Teleological Ethical Systems. First, define these systems, noting the differences between each. In addition, please define and discuss the ethical frameworks that fall under these systems.
Chapter 4. Please discuss Human Relations or Human Resource Theory. What are the major components of it? Who were the major contributors? How does it differ from the Traditional Theory of Management?
Chapter 5. There are barriers to effective communication at both the interpersonal and organizational levels of an organization. Please discuss the specific barriers for each type. The text offers many ways to improve the barriers of communication. Please discuss, in detail, the various ways these barriers can be overcome.
Chapter 6. Socialization is critical in criminal justice organizational environments. Explain three types of socialization that might occur when choosing and entering into new career. Are there any particular issues or observations about these types of socialization that one should be aware of from a management perspective?
Chapter 7. In this chapter we touch on the origin of leadership traits. Please describe the arguments on the origin of leadership. Incorporate the theories of leadership into your answer.
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