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Matching Quiz

Questions 1-3 match the three types client systems found in macro practice with their definitions

Questions 4-7 match the goals of task communication to each area of practice

Questions 8-12 match each of the following tasks of community practice with its description

Questions 13-16 match each of the following tasks of policy practice with its description

Questions 17-21 match each of the following tasks of management practice with its description

Questions 22-26 match each of the following tasks of advocacy practice with its description

Questions 27-30 match the goal of public relations communication with each area of practice

Questions 31-34 match the purpose of persuasive speech in each area of practice

  1. Beneficiary system
      a. Those who join together to produce reform or change
      b. Those in positions who maintain the systems targeted for change
      c. A population in need of resources
  2. Target system
      a. Those who join together to produce reform or change
      b. Those in positions who maintain the systems targeted for change
      c. A population in need of resources
  3. Change agent system
      a. Those who join together to produce reform or change
      b. Those in positions who maintain the systems targeted for change
      c. A population in need of resources
  4. Policy practice
      a. To establish a quality product or service
      b. To remedy an environment that is non-responsive to the needs of its members
      c. To facilitate planning that will benefit all members of a locality
      d. To facilitate legislation that will benefit certain subpopulations
  5. Advocacy practice
      a. To establish a quality product or service
      b. To remedy an environment that is non-responsive to the needs of its members
      c. To facilitate planning that will benefit all members of a locality
      d. To facilitate legislation that will benefit certain subpopulations
  6. Community practice
      a. To establish a quality product or service
      b. To remedy an environment that is non-responsive to the needs of its members
      c. To facilitate planning that will benefit all members of a locality
      d. To facilitate legislation that will benefit certain subpopulations
  7. Management practice
      a. To establish a quality product or service
      b. To remedy an environment that is non-responsive to the needs of its members
      c. To facilitate planning that will benefit all members of a locality
      d. To facilitate legislation that will benefit certain subpopulations
  8. PERT chart
      a. Those community members who seek to initiate change
      b. Tracks the planning process
      c. Tracks the planning process
      d. Tracks the planning process
      e. Tracks the planning process
  9. Rational planning
      a. Those community members who seek to initiate change
      b. Tracks the planning process
      c. Meetings that are informational and that seek citizen input
      d. Meetings where actionable items are voted upon
      e. Problem-solving actions to benefit a population
  10. Public hearings
      a. Those community members who seek to initiate change
      b. Tracks the planning process
      c. Meetings that are informational and that seek citizen input
      d. Meetings where actionable items are voted upon
      e. Problem-solving actions to benefit a population
  11. Deliberative meetings
      a. Those community members who seek to initiate change
      b. Tracks the planning process
      c. Meetings that are informational and that seek citizen input
      d. Meetings where actionable items are voted upon
      e. Problem-solving actions to benefit a population
  12. Indigenous leadership
      a. Those community members who seek to initiate change
      b. Tracks the planning process
      c. Meetings that are informational and that seek citizen input
      d. Meetings where actionable items are voted upon
      e. Problem-solving actions to benefit a population
  13. Cognitive political strategies
      a. Used to implement a controversial or contested policy initiative
      b. Used to document gaps in service
      c. Used to motivate support and neutralize opposition
      d. Used to articulate the desired end goal of a policy
  14. Persuasive speech
      a. Used to implement a controversial or contested policy initiative
      b. Used to document gaps in service
      c. Used to motivate support and neutralize opposition
      d. Used to articulate the desired end goal of a policy
  15. Needs assessment
      a. Used to implement a controversial or contested policy initiative
      b. Used to document gaps in service
      c. Used to motivate support and neutralize opposition
      d. Used to articulate the desired end goal of a policy
  16. Normative prescriptions
      a. Used to implement a controversial or contested policy initiative
      b. Used to document gaps in service
      c. Used to motivate support and neutralize opposition
      d. Used to articulate the desired end goal of a policy
  17. Product or service delivery
      a. Theories of labor-management
      b. Supervisory oversight
      c. Committees, tasks groups, project teams
      d. Collective decision-making by those who have the authority to do so.
      e. Quality goods and services
  18. Cooperative workforce
      a. Theories of labor-management
      b. Supervisory oversight
      c. Committees, tasks groups, project teams
      d. Collective decision-making by those who have the authority to do so.
      e. Quality goods and services
  19. Corrective feedback
      a. Theories of labor-management
      b. Supervisory oversight
      c. Committees, tasks groups, project teams
      d. Collective decision-making by those who have the authority to do so.
      e. Quality goods and services
  20. Division of work
      a. Theories of labor-management
      b. Supervisory oversight
      c. Committees, tasks groups, project teams
      d. Collective decision-making by those who have the authority to do so.
      e. Quality goods and services
  21. Deliberative Meetings
      a. Theories of labor-management
      b. Supervisory oversight
      c. Committees, tasks groups, project teams
      d. Collective decision-making by those who have the authority to do so.
      e. Quality goods and services
  22. Social goals
      a. Mobilization of small and large groups
      b. Targets institutional social structures for social change
      c. Power tactic
      d. Fosters awareness of oppressed and privileged statuses
      e. Inspires others to action; captures minds and hearts through speech
  23. Social action
      a. Mobilization of small and large groups
      b. Targets institutional social structures for social change
      c. Power tactic
      d. Fosters awareness of oppressed and privileged statuses
      e. Inspires others to action; captures minds and hearts through speech
  24. Consciousness raising
      a. Mobilization of small and large groups
      b. Targets institutional social structures for social change
      c. Power tactic
      d. Fosters awareness of oppressed and privileged statuses
      e. Inspires others to action; captures minds and hearts through speech
  25. Acts of civil disobedience
      a. Mobilization of small and large groups
      b. Targets institutional social structures for social change
      c. Power tactic
      d. Fosters awareness of oppressed and privileged statuses
      e. Inspires others to action; captures minds and hearts through speech
  26. Charismatic leadership
  27. Policy practice
      a. Gets a specific ideology or story out; one-sided
      b. Establish a working relationship between professional outsiders and local leaders
      c. Humanizes social issues
      d. Conveys what an organization does and how well it does it to constituent groups
  28. Advocacy Practice
      a. Gets a specific ideology or story out; one-sided
      b. Establish a working relationship between professional outsiders and local leaders
      c. Humanizes social issues
      d. Conveys what an organization does and how well it does it to constituent groups
  29. Management practice
      a. Gets a specific ideology or story out; one-sided
      b. Establish a working relationship between professional outsiders and local leaders
      c. Humanizes social issues
      d. Conveys what an organization does and how well it does it to constituent groups
  30. Community Practice
      a. Gets a specific ideology or story out; one-sided
      b. Establish a working relationship between professional outsiders and local leaders
      c. Humanizes social issues
      d. Conveys what an organization does and how well it does it to constituent groups
  31. Policy practice
      a. Creates networks of influence; brokers power
      b. Motivates people to support a legislative initiative
      c. Conveys leadership
      d. Raises consciousness among the oppressed and privileged
  32. Advocacy practice
      a. Creates networks of influence; brokers power
      b. Motivates people to support a legislative initiative
      c. Conveys leadership
      d. Raises consciousness among the oppressed and privileged
  33. Management practice
      a. Creates networks of influence; brokers power
      b. Motivates people to support a legislative initiative
      c. Conveys leadership
      d. Raises consciousness among the oppressed and privileged
  34. Community practice
      a. Creates networks of influence; brokers power
      b. Motivates people to support a legislative initiative
      c. Conveys leadership
      d. Raises consciousness among the oppressed and privileged
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