Multiple Choice Quiz

  1. The type of communication that conveys the legal parameters within which macro practitioners work is called:
      a. Fiduciary communication
      b. Task communication
      c. Public relations communication
      d. Persuasive speech communication
  2. In policy practice, agency-specific guidelines for implementing a policy- based program are contained in:
      a. Public Law
      b. Authorizing legislation
      c. Agency operational manual
      d. Court rulings
  3. Fiduciary misconduct in community practice consists of:
      a. An agency"s operational manual
      b. An agency"s organizational structure
      c. An agency"s mission statement
      d. An agency"s catchment area
  4. The scope and prevalence of social problems (population needs) are determined by:
      a. Falsification of data
      b. Failure to comply with National, state, regional or local planning regulations and procedures
      c. Failure to establish and abide by a fair and democratic planning process
      d. The use of bribery and undue power to undermine a fair process
      e. All of the above
  5. In management practice, fiduciary responsibilities are contained in
      a. mission statements
      b. job descriptions
      c. employee contracts
      d. safety protocols and grievance procedures
      e. All of the above
  6. To fulfill their fiduciary responsibilities agencies must:
      a. Comply with social work licensing standards
      b. Comply with regulatory standards of all organizations having oversight authority
      c. Be fiscally accountable to all funding sources
      d. Convene annual meetings with the client populations they serve (the stakeholders).
  7. Which of the following informs the desired end-goal of a proposed policy initiative
      a. Empirical evidence of need
      b. Psychodynamic theory
      c. Theories of social justice
      d. Solution-focused techniques
  8. All of the following theories inform advocacy practice EXCEPT:
      a. Social exchange theory
      b. Cognitive-behavioral theory
      c. Conflict theory
      d. Theories of social justice
      e. Empowerment theory
  9. Policy advocacy is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT:
      a. Incremental change
      b. Revolutionary and radical change
      c. Conflict negotiation
      d. Consensus building
  10. Social goals advocacy is characterized by all of the following EXCEPT:
      a. Consciousness raising
      b. The mobilization of small and large groups
      c. Civil disobedience
      d. Promotion of community cohesion and tolerance
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