Violence Dynamics Quiz: Introduction to Social Violence

This quiz will test your basic understanding of social violence. It draws on both Marc MacYoung’s and Rory Miller’s models of violence dynamics.

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1)  

Social violence occurs in what manner?
2)  

The tactics of social violence between species are the same as the
tactics of interspecies violence.
3)  

What are the categories of social violence according to Rory Miller's model?
4)  

Which one is not a goal of social violence?
5)  

When dealing with an asocial predator which strategy is least likely to work?
6)  

According to Rory Miller, the typical monkey dance fighting stance is
7)  

Which of the following are NOT one of Peyton Quinn's Rules for not getting attacked?
8)  

According to Marc MarcYoung, there are four fundamental kinds of violence. Which is NOT one of them?
9)  

What are two important considerations between the above four kinds of violence?
10)  

Violence is typically the result of which two factors?
11)  

According to Marc MacYoung, not losing status can be an important factor for those who live on the streets.
12)  

According to Marc MacYoung, resource predation can be though of as "about stuff you can put in a wheelbarrow".
13)  

Peyton Quinn's Five Rules work to de-escalate social violence, and they will also prevent asocial violence.
14)  

If you violate the Five Rules, you may make an asocial act personal. Therefore, the guy may HAVE to come and punish and hurt you for 'disrespecting him.
15)  

Two common indicators of a Monkey Dance are:
16)  

Monkey Dances are typically initiated with people of:
17)  

Women don't engage in Monkey Dances.
18)  

Men are more likely than women to engage in Monkey Dances.
19)  

A Monkey Dance is usually a legitimate self-defense situation.
20)  

What is typically a factor in an Educational Beatdown?
21)  

Which is NOT typically an aspect of a Group Monkey Dance?

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