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Answer ALL questions

SECTION A (Multiple choice questions)


1. Which of the following is an example of conflict triggered by a lack of understanding
and miscommunication?
A. ego conflict
B. third person conflict
C. simple conflict
D. child conflict

2. Which of the following statements about conflict is true?


A.
B.
C.
D.

Conflict does not always occur because of misunderstandings.


Conflict can always be avoided.
Disagreements always signal that the relationship is on the rocks.
Conflict is always bad.

3. A form of marriage joining two partners defines


A.
B.
C.
D.

Monogamy
Polygyny
Polyandry
Polygamy

4. Many nations, especially in Africa and Southeast Asia, permit a form of marriage
uniting three or more people. What is this form of marriage called?
A.
B.
C.
D.

monogamy
homogamy
exogamy
polygamy

5. What rare form of marriage uniting two or more men with one woman is known
to exist in Tibet?
A.
B.
C.
D.

monogamy
polygyny
polyandry
homogamy

6. What marital pattern is most common throughout the world?


A.
B.
C.
D.

monogamy
polygyny
polyandry
cohabitation

7. Which of the following is not an order that a court could make in favor of
spouses or civil partners on divorce or dissolution?

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A.
B.
C.
D.

An order requiring one party to make periodical payments to the other.


An order requiring one party to make a lump sum payment to the other.
An order requiring one party to transfer property to the other.
An order requiring a party to make payments to a third party.

8. Parents of abused children usually come from:


A.
B.
C.
D.

Lower socioeconomic backgrounds.


Middle socioeconomic backgrounds.
Upper socioeconomic backgrounds.
Any socioeconomic backgrounds.

9. Which of the following are characteristics of the child-abusing parent?


A.
B.
C.
D.

a parent who was abused as a child.


a parent who is under financial or emotional stress
a parent who spends most of the time with the child
all of the above

10. Which of the following children have increased risk of being abused?
A.
B.
C.
D.

a premature child
a child with a handicap
children of multiple births
all of the above

11. Which of the following injury patterns is suggestive of abuse?


A.
B.
C.
D.

laceration of the finger


Circular burns, old and new, about 0.5-1.0 cm diameter on the back.
contusion of the chest wall with two fractured ribs
fracture of the ankle

12. Which of the following reasons would not be given by the abused person to
avoid reporting the abuser?
A.
B.
C.
D.

lack of finances to seek counselling, intervention, or a safe place to live


hope that the abuse will just end
denialthe situation is less serious than it is thought to be
all of the above

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13. Which of the following characteristics are typical of an abuser?


A.
B.
C.
D.

jealousy
low self-esteem
insecurity
all of the above

14. All of the following are forms of emotional abuse except:


A. A parent or caregiver may discourage destructive or antisocial behavior.
B. A child may be terrorized or bullied through verbal assaults and threats, creating
feelings of fear and anxiety.
C. The child may be isolated and deprived of normal human contact or nurturing.
D. Parents or caregivers simply ignore the child, showing indifference to the child's
needs and failing to provide any stimulation.

15. The most obvious form of partner abuse is:


A.
B.
C.
D.

Sexual abuse.
Physical abuse.
Emotional abuse.
Psychological abuse.

16. The rule of __________ specifies the groups within which a spouse must be
found and prohibits marriage with others.
A.
B.
C.
D.

exogamy
homogamy
endogamy
the incest taboo

17. Puberty is best defined as:


A. Process of development from childhood to manhood or womanhood.
B. Period marked by appearance of spermatozoa in male and menstruation in female.
C. Period marked by accelerated growth and appearance of secondary sex
characteristics.
D. Period beginning with appearance of secondary sex characteristics and ending with
cessation of somatic growth.

18. All of the following are tasks for the family during the "teenage stage" EXCEPT:
A.
B.
C.
D.

Providing facilities for individual differences and needs of family members.


Working out a system of financial responsibility for family members.
Providing complete independence for the adolescent.
Re-establishing a mutually satisfying marriage relationship.

19. Parents can be most effective in setting limits for their adolescent children if
they:
A. Allow the adolescent to formulate solutions to his own problems.
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B. Make a strong conscious effort to remember their own adolescence.


C. Formulate a definite disciplinary code and adhere to it strictly at all time.
D. Evaluate continuously the adolescent's development and ability to meet new
situations.

20. The puberty growth spurt:


A.
B.
C.
D.

Begins after the individual has become sexually mature.


Begins before the individual has become sexually mature.
Lasts through the adolescent years.
Is longer in girls than in boys.

21. The growth spurt of adolescence specifically includes the following EXCEPT:
A.
B.
C.
D.

Hand and feet grow out-of-proportion to the rest of the body.


Heart and lungs grow rapidly resulting in inadequate oxygenation and fatigue.
Skeletal system grows faster than the supporting muscular growth.
Cartilage cells in males and females are specialized to respond to the sex hormones.

22. The peer group contributes to the development of the adolescent in the following
ways EXCEPT:
A.
B.
C.
D.

Promotes socialization skills.


Provides a source of social status.
Encourages dependence upon parents.
Influences development of self-esteem.

23. Dating is an important activity for the late adolescent because it:
A.
B.
C.
D.

Prepares the adolescent for marriage and family life.


Teaches social skills with the opposite sex.
Involves commonly shared activities.
All of the above.

24. Mrs. Brown talks with you about her concern for her adolescent daughter. You will be
able to help Mrs. Brown realize that the following behavior is normal:
A.
B.
C.
D.

Intensive loyalty to peer groups exists.


Her daughter responds to confidence and trust.
An admired adult is idolized.
All of the above.

25. Characteristics of the adolescent include:


A. Mood swings.
B. Membership in cliques.
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C. Testing of ideals and standards.


D. All of the above.

26. An adolescent's disillusionment with the world is often an indication that:


A.
B.
C.
D.

He is totally dissatisfied with society.


He is searching for an ideal world.
He has little interest in becoming an adult.
He has developed a sense of values and judgements about others before he is
emotionally able to cope with them.

27. Developmental tasks of the adolescent include the following EXCEPT:


A.
B.
C.
D.

Developing heterosexual relationship.


Developing idealistic set of values.
Caring for the body to ensure health.
Applying set of values to his actions.

28. The development of primary sex characteristics is evidenced by


A) A rapid change in height and weight.
B) Growth and development of the breasts.
C) Growth and development of the ovaries.
D) Changes in the distribution of fat.
29. Which of the following is NOT a developmental task to be achieved by the
adolescent?
A.
B.
C.
D.

Preparing for an occupation.


Establishing intimate relationship with person of same sex.
Adapting to physical or bodily changes.
Developing social and civic sensitivities.

30. You would share the following information with a parent to promote health of the
adolescent:
A. Studies indicate that accidents exceed diseases as the cause of death during
adolescence in the United States.
B. Studies suggest that the effects of poor nutrition of girls during adolescence may
affect future unborn children.
C. Heredity is the main factor determining health and maturity.
D. Answers 1 and 2.

SECTION B: Answer ALL questions


Question 1
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What are the problems the adolescents face when their parents divorce, List down any
five problems.
(5 marks)
a)

b)

c)

d)

e)

Question 2
Define and explain the following terms;
a) Polyamory:
(3 Marks)

b) Bigamy :
(3 Marks)

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c) Digamy :
(3 Marks)

Question 3
List down any SIX factors that lead to a divorce between couples. (6 marks)
a)

b)

c)

d)

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e)

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MARKING SCHEME
Answer Script
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Section B
1.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.

Drug and alcohol addiction


School dropout rates
Psychologically effects
Emotionally disturbed
Financially not stable

2. Polyamory- secret love affair or infidelity


Bigamy is the crime of marrying a person while one is still legally married to someone
else
Digamy- is a second marriage, after the death or divorce of the first husband or wife

3.

Young age
Low education

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Low Income
Premarital Cohabitation
Premarital Childbearing and pregnancy
No religious affiliation
Parents divorce
Insecurity
The stress of modern life
Infidelity

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