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Matching Quiz

Normative frameworks are used in macro practice to determine desired-end goals. Questions 1-4 match each of the following frameworks with its appropriate definition.

Questions 5-8 match the leadership tasks with its appropriate method.

Questions 9-13 match the following types of power (French & Raven"s typology) with their appropriate description.

Followers follower bad leaders for three reasons. Questions 14-16 match the following definitions with their appropriate construct.

Much has been written about leadership. Questions 17-26 match each of the following definitions of leadership and its appropriate theory. 10 pts.

  1. Theories of social justice
      a. A set of beliefs that do not change in light of facts, evidence, or moral argument
      b. A process for evaluating two goods or the lesser of two evils
      c. The use of logical proof as an aspect of moral philosophy
      d. Values-based frameworks (egalitarianism, utilitarianism etc) that advocate different approaches to the distribution of goods and services.
  2. Ethical decision-making process
      a. A set of beliefs that do not change in light of facts, evidence, or moral argument
      b. A process for evaluating two goods or the lesser of two evils
      c. The use of logical proof as an aspect of moral philosophy
      d. Values-based frameworks (egalitarianism, utilitarianism etc) that advocate different approaches to the distribution of goods and services.
  3. Moral argument
      a. A set of beliefs that do not change in light of facts, evidence, or moral argument
      b. A process for evaluating two goods or the lesser of two evils
      c. The use of logical proof as an aspect of moral philosophy
      d. Values-based frameworks (egalitarianism, utilitarianism etc) that advocate different approaches to the distribution of goods and services.
  4. Moral argument
      a. A set of beliefs that do not change in light of facts, evidence, or moral argument
      b. A process for evaluating two goods or the lesser of two evils
      c. The use of logical proof as an aspect of moral philosophy
      d. Values-based frameworks (egalitarianism, utilitarianism etc) that advocate different approaches to the distribution of goods and services.
  5. Policy
      a. Manages inter-group conflict, conflict negotiation, and consensus building
      b. Manages the formation and deployment of small and large groups for social change
      c. Manages legislative and political processes; has skills in research
      d. Manages human resources in product or service delivery.
  6. Advocacy
      a. Manages inter-group conflict, conflict negotiation, and consensus building
      b. Manages the formation and deployment of small and large groups for social change
      c. Manages legislative and political processes; has skills in research
      d. Manages human resources in product or service delivery.
  7. Administration
      a. Manages inter-group conflict, conflict negotiation, and consensus building
      b. Manages the formation and deployment of small and large groups for social change
      c. Manages legislative and political processes; has skills in research
      d. Manages human resources in product or service delivery.
  8. Community
      a. Manages inter-group conflict, conflict negotiation, and consensus building
      b. Manages the formation and deployment of small and large groups for social change
      c. Manages legislative and political processes; has skills in research
      d. Manages human resources in product or service delivery.
  9. Legitimate
      a. power resides in knowledge and skills
      b. power resides in the position not in the person
      c. power resides in the ability to make a social exchange
      d. power resides in the ability to bring consequences to bear
      e. power resides in social factors of such as influence; social, political, financial
  10. Expert
      a. power resides in knowledge and skills
      b. power resides in the position not in the person
      c. power resides in the ability to make a social exchange
      d. power resides in the ability to bring consequences to bear
      e. power resides in social factors of such as influence; social, political, financial
  11. Reward
      a. power resides in knowledge and skills
      b. power resides in the position not in the person
      c. power resides in the ability to make a social exchange
      d. power resides in the ability to bring consequences to bear
      e. power resides in social factors of such as influence; social, political, financial
  12. Referent
      a. power resides in knowledge and skills
      b. power resides in the position not in the person
      c. power resides in the ability to make a social exchange
      d. power resides in the ability to bring consequences to bear
      e. power resides in social factors of such as influence; social, political, financial
  13. Referent
      a. power resides in knowledge and skills
      b. power resides in the position not in the person
      c. power resides in the ability to make a social exchange
      d. power resides in the ability to bring consequences to bear
      e. power resides in social factors of such as influence; social, political, financial
  14. safety or self preservation
      a. It is better to part of a team than to be isolated
      b. It is in the best interest of the follower to get along by going along.
      c. Obeying authority is easier than challenging authority
  15. simplicity
      a. It is better to part of a team than to be isolated
      b. It is in the best interest of the follower to get along by going along.
      c. Obeying authority is easier than challenging authority
  16. certainty
      a. It is better to part of a team than to be isolated
      b. It is in the best interest of the follower to get along by going along.
      c. Obeying authority is easier than challenging authority
  17. by standers
      a. These followers actively participate in unethical behavior
      b. These followers go along
      c. These followers gain personally by helping the leader engage in unethical conduct
  18. collaborators
      a. These followers actively participate in unethical behavior
      b. These followers go along
      c. These followers gain personally by helping the leader engage in unethical conduct
  19. co-architects
      a. These followers actively participate in unethical behavior
      b. These followers go along
      c. These followers gain personally by helping the leader engage in unethical conduct
  20. Employees work best when the leader attends to their emotional needs
      a. The crucible
      b. Contingency theory
      c. Freud
      d. Weber
      e. Enlightenment
  21. Leaders are called
      a. The crucible
      b. Contingency theory
      c. Freud
      d. Weber
      e. Enlightenment
  22. Science informs leadership; an efficient manager is a good leader
      a. The crucible
      b. Contingency theory
      c. Freud
      d. Weber
      e. Enlightenment
  23. Not all leaders are rational
      a. The crucible
      b. Contingency theory
      c. Freud
      d. Weber
      e. Enlightenment
  24. Rational leadership is not always moral.
      a. The crucible
      b. Contingency theory
      c. Freud
      d. Weber
      e. Enlightenment
  25. Leaders are born
      a. The crucible
      b. Contingency theory
      c. Freud
      d. Weber
      e. Enlightenment
  26. Leaders possess an identifiable package of characteristics
      a. The crucible
      b. Contingency theory
      c. Freud
      d. Weber
      e. Enlightenment
  27. Leadership is based on a belief in reason, progress, and the perfectibility of person
      a. The crucible
      b. Contingency theory
      c. Freud
      d. Weber
      e. Enlightenment
  28. Personal events (turning points) meld character and create leaders
      a. The crucible
      b. Contingency theory
      c. Freud
      d. Weber
      e. Enlightenment
  29. Context determines leadership, therefore there are many different types of leaders.
      a. The crucible
      b. Contingency theory
      c. Freud
      d. Weber
      e. Enlightenment
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