Multiple Choice Quiz
Take the quiz to test your understanding of the key concepts covered in the chapter. Try testing yourself before you read the chapter to see where your strengths and weaknesses are, then test yourself again once you’ve read the chapter to see how well you’ve understood.
1. According to Hans Boutellier, what form of public morality survives secularisation?
- The fear of crime
- The desire to compensate victims
- Appreciation for the suffering of others
- A populist punitiveness
b. Appreciation for the suffering of others
2. What is meant in this context by 'widening of the net’?
- An increase in punitive methods of crime control
- Bringing more individuals under the control of the state through criminal justice
- A rise in crime levels internationally
- The development of international crime-fighting initiatives
b. Bringing more individuals under the control of the state through criminal justice
3. Why was the case of Gillick v United Kingdom (2010) 50 EHRR 45 significant for the development of terrorism legislation in the UK?
- It set limits to the number of times a person could be arrested for terrorism offences
- It set out a clearer definition of what terrorism entails
- It clarified human rights issues concerning terrorism laws
- It allowed for longer periods of questioning for terrorist suspects
c. It clarified human rights issues concerning terrorism laws
4. Which of these definitions best reflects the concept of ‘Human Trafficking’?
- A form of forced migration, or at least migration procured through deception
- The use of people to smuggle illegal goods and substances across borders
- A form of money laundering
- An international crime prevention scheme
a. A form of forced migration, or at least migration procured through deception
5. What is Robert Elias’ core criticism of victim policies internationally?
- They do not go far enough to put victims at the heart of the criminal justice process
- They focus on ‘ideal’ notions of victimhood
- They effectively use victims as political capital to win elections
- They do little to prevent revictimisation
c. They effectively use victims as political capital to win elections