AIU BUSN 150 Summer 2015 Unit 4 Chapters MCQs

| June 3, 2016

Question
Capitalist nations and nations that are officially not capitalist such as_____________________ permit forms of limited liability organizations. (choose 2)

Vietnam

America

India

China

Which of the following is one of the two most populous countries? (choose 2)

China

India

Guam

Brazil

What are some duties placed on partners in a limited partnerships? (choose 2)

Sharing day to day operation responsibility

Taking care of all personal liabilities for the debts and liabilities of the business

Sharing partnership profits, but not performing management functions

Investing money

_____________ is the main developed country that faces challenging issues with respect to how corporations are operated. (choose 2)

Canada

China

India

Japan

The UN’s purpose is to maintain peace and security, develop relationships between nations and _______________. (choose 2)

Eliminate International cooperation goals

Be a center for harmonizing the actions of nations in connection with these goals

Set and international currency

Achieve international cooperation in problem solving between economic , social, and cultural problems

The world economy depends on a considerable degree of_____________. (choose 2)

Profit and international relationships

The Nations profit from working together

International cooperation

International partnership

Which nations agreed to the European Convention on Human Rights? (choose 2)

South American nations

European nations

North American nations

Eurasian nations

International law relies largely on____________. (choose 2)

The practice of one “bully” nation

U.S. Environmental law

Accepted customs

Practices between nations

Indian employment laws are sometimes criticized for ______________. (choose 2)

Gender discrimination

Being too protective of worker’s rights

Hampering economic development

Reforming its labor laws – permitting more flexibility

The World Intellectual Property Organization, is a specialized agency of the UN that works to improve_________________________. (choose 2)

The word’s water supply

The international intellectual property system

Ethnic relations

Mediation and arbitration for specific matters

International courts have no direct jurisdiction over disputes between _____________. (choose 2)

Organizations

Agencies

Individuals

The Hague

What courts do NOT operate within regions? (choose 2)

The European Courts of Human Rights

Inter-American Courts of Human Rights

Inter-European Courts of Human Rights

The American Courts of People’s Rights

Which of the following are NOT examples of contentious cases taken by the World Court? (choose 2)

Disputes of racial discrimination

Complaint filed against Australia by Japan for violation the International Convention against international disputes

War fought between Russia and Eurasian republic of Georgia which centered on a dispute over South Ossetia and Abkhazia

A complaint files against Japan by Australia for violating the International Convention against Whaling

Which entity is a primary judicial arm of the United Nations? (choose 2)

The U.S. Supreme Court

The World Court

The Uniform Code of Military Justice

The International Court of Justice

2

The World Court consists of 15 judges who are elected for nine year term of office by____________________. (choose 2)

The International Court of Justice

The Government of all of the developed countries

The Security Council

The United Nations General Assembly

3

The UN Commission on International Trade Law developed rules for_____________. (choose 2)

Modern laws governing International Arbitration

United Nation voting procedures

Monetary exchange

International Arbitration

4

Which of the following courts have specific areas of jurisdiction? (choose 2)

The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea

The International Criminal Court

The World Court

The International Court of Arbitration

5

Which of the following are NOT examples of contentious cases taken by the World Court? (choose 2)

Disputes of racial discrimination

War fought between Russia and Eurasian republic of Georgia which centered on a dispute over South Ossetia and Abkhazia

Disputes between the small African nations of Burkina Faso and Nigeria

Complaint filed against Australia by Japan for violation the International Convention against international disputes

6

A WTO arbitration dispute arises when a country_______________. (choose 2)

Adopts a trade policy measure

Adopts a policy trade with countries that have nuclear weapons

Takes action that one or more WTO members consider to be a violation of the WTO agreements

Increases its military size

and that require different information from the federal act.

1

The ____________ sets the standards for advertising.

EPA

FTC

Department of the Interior

FCC

2

________________ has authority to administer the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA).

The Food and Drug Administration

The ACLU

The Federal Circuit Court

The CIA

3

________________ is NOT considered a “consumer commodity”.

Soda

Meat

Cheese

Milk

4

Consumer protection laws protect the ______________ of products.

Seller

Manufacturer

Distributor

Consumer or purchaser

5

Food labels must contain all of the following except:

Caloric warning

Ingredients

Expiration dates

Instructions for use

1

Under the Fair Packaging and Labeling Act labels must identify food quantity by what standard of measurement?

U.S. standard unit

Time

Length

Imperial system

2

The ____________ sets the standards for advertising.

FCC

FTC

Department of the Interior

EPA

3

The FFDCA applies to:

Highly refined oils

Animal (pet) food

Raw agricultural products

Imported human foods

4

The Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act amended the FFDCA by providing that _________________________________.

The “best before” date be visible

Food labels list ingredients in descending order according to percentage or quantity

The “use by” date be visible

Food labels list ingredients that contain proteins from major food allergens.

5

Food labels must contain all of the following except:

Instructions for use

Caloric warning

Expiration dates

Ingredients

6

Consumer protection laws protect the ______________ of products.

Manufacturer

Distributor

Seller

Consumer or purchaser

7

________________ has authority to administer the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA).

The Food and Drug Administration

The CIA

The ACLU

The Federal Circuit Court

8

________________ is NOT considered a “consumer commodity”.

Meat

Cheese

Soda

Milk

1

The Civil Rights Act addressed which of the areas of life? (choose 2)

Protection of women and men rights

Privileges of employment

Protection of employee rights

Enabling the integration of schools

2

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act does not prohibit discrimination on the basis of what? (choose 2)

Disability

Religion

Sexuality

Physical desirability

3

What dynamics need to be indicated when an employee is believed to be a victim of illegal discrimination? (choose 2)

That he or she applied for a job offered by the employer being accused of discrimination, and that he or she was qualified for the job

That he or she was rejected while the employer failed to look for people to fill the position

That he or she is a member of a protected class

That he or she was offered the job by the accused and her or she was not qualified for the job

4

Which of the following is NOT considered a protected class?

Physical Disabilities

National origin

Race

Religion

5

Antidiscrimination laws are called “civil right” because they address behaviors that ________________________? (choose 2)

Interferes with a person’s pursuit of happiness

Make people want to move to other countries

Violate the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution

Violate people’s fundamental and inalienable rights

1

In what ways can a disparate impact be proven? (choose 2)

By analyzing college degrees

Comparing the workforce of the allegedly discriminatory employer with a pool of qualified workers in the labor market

Comparing the rate of hiring

Comparing company profits with other companies

2

Which of the following would likely lead to a hostile work environment?

Employee birthday celebrations

Asking employers to give to a charity

Posting invitations to a baby shower

Posting explicit pictures in the break room

3

Which of the following would be an example of discrimination based on a bona fide occupational qualification?

Hiring a woman with the hopes that she will clean the company kitchen

Hiring black workers in mostly African American communities

A church that requires a minister to be of the faith that the church practices

A car dealership hiring a body builder to attract female buyers

4

Antidiscrimination laws are called “civil right” because they address behaviors that ________________________? (choose 2)

Violate people’s fundamental and inalienable rights

Are actionable in court

Make people want to move to other countries

Interferes with a person’s pursuit of happiness

5

The EEOC has an opportunity to do what once a complaint has been made? (choose 2)

Resolve the problem between employer/employee without legal action

Let the employee retaliate against the employer

Sue the employer

Sue the employee

6

An employee who wishes to prove ___________________ has the burden of proving three things in order to create a “prima facie” case.

Unintentional discrimination

Disparate treatment discrimination

Illegal sexual discrimination

Discriminatory discrimination

7

The Civil Rights Act addressed which of the areas of life? (choose 2)

Protection of employee rights

Privileges of employment

Segregation in public facilities

Enabling the integration of schools

8

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act does not prohibit discrimination on the basis of what? (choose 2)

Race

Physical desirability

Sexuality

Disability

1

There is federal legislation that:

That makes alcohol testing mandatory

Concerns the rights of employers and employees when it comes to issues of drug testing

Allows employers to discriminate on the bases on race

Prohibits unions and strikes

2

The Americans with Disabilities Act:

Prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability

Is a state law

Established the minimum wage

Makes drug testing mandatory

3

The tort of invasion of privacy is considered:

A violation of federal criminal statutes

A civil action

A crime

Enforceable by state and federal officials

4

Under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 employers:

May never read an employee’s email

Cannot listen to personal telephone calls of an employee

May never monitor any telephone call

Cannot monitor their own networks

5

The National Labor Relations acts:

Was designed specifically to address worker privacy concerns

Prohibits employees from forming groups

Is a federal law

Is a state law

6

Which of the following types of surveillance is outside of the scope of acceptable legal behavior?

Following an employee while the employee is on vacation

Monitoring computer behavior

Company provided cell phone surveillance

Email surveillance

7

Which of the following cases helped to established guidelines for how the government-as-employer must treat workers?

Pension Rights USA v. Toddler

Treasury Employees v. Von Raab

Roe v. Wade

Mapp v. Ohio

8

Which of the following is not protected under the National Labor Relations Act?

Collective bargaining

Union activity

The right to strike

Minimum wage

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

1

Which disease does the ADA prohibit employers from testing?

Alcoholism

Diabetes

Tuberculosis

AIDS

2

Which of the following is a legitimate interest employers have in monitoring employees?

Protect against sexual harassment

Analyze corporate diversity

Manage employee spending habits

Monitor employee political activity

3

Which of the following would not be considered an invasion of privacy?

Attending a person’s home foreclosure sale

Listening to a person’s private affairs

Searching a person’s mail

Accessing someone’s bank account

4

When can am employer administer a drug test?

At Random

When the employee is at home

An employer can never administer a drug test

When the employee is on vacation

5

Why do so many actions that potentially infringe on privacy exist in the workplace?

Employees give up ALL rights when he or she goes to work

Employers do not monitor employees

There are few or no laws that prevent workplace privacy invasions

Workers never complain about their employers

6

Which of the following areas may not be monitored?

Employee break rooms

Employee cafeterias

Employee changing rooms

Employee parking decks

7

Which of the following statements is true regarding the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986?

It only applies to wiretaps

It is only applicable to government employees who use computers purchased with taxpayer money

It does not apply to American companies

It extended restrictions on wiretaps to other forms of communication, including computer data

8

Pre-employment tests are allowed so long as:

The test are not timed

The tests are multiple choice

The tests do not violate Civil Rights

The employees are compensated for taking the tests

Which early Supreme Court Case addressed the right to privacy? (choose 2)

Griswold v. Connecticut

Melphs v. Robinson Family Clinic Inc.

Tank v. Moyer

Meyer v. Nebraska

2

Which of the following amendments are not considered part of the Bill of Rights? (choose 2)

The Twenty First Amendment

The First Amendment

The Third Amendment

The Fourteenth Amendment

3

The Fourth Amendment provides which of the following protections? (choose 2)

Protection against self-incrimination

Protection against unreasonable seizure without a warrant

The right to keep and bear arms

Protection against unreasonable searches without a warrant

4

Specific language guaranteeing the right to privacy is found in which section of the United States Constitution? (choose 2)

Specific language is not contained in the Constitution

The Sixth Amendment

The First Amendment

The Constitution does not expressly guarantee the right to privacy

5

Without the right to privacy, citizens could find which of the following? (choose 2)

Someone legally peeking through a window into his or her house

That private information has been published about them and is being scrutinized by the public

Themselves with no constitutional rights to protect them from enemy invasion

Themselves subject to cruel and unusual punishment

1

Which of the following is an important feature of Privacy? (choose 2)

The ability to publish anything about anyone in a newspaper

The right to keep information from others

The right against invasion of privacy applies to private individuals and not the government

The ability to live your life undisturbed

2

The Fourth Amendment provides which of the following protections? (choose 2)

The right to keep and bear arms

Protection against unreasonable searches without a warrant

Protection against unreasonable seizure without a warrant

Freedom of Expression

3

Which of the following is an acceptable/permissible limitation on the right to privacy? (choose 2)

An employer monitoring an employee’s emails sent from work

An employer searching an employee’s home office

An employer monitoring an employee’s personal cell phone

An employer searching an employee’s workspace

4

Which of the following amendments are not considered part of the Bill of Rights? (choose 2)

The Tenth Amendment

The First Amendment

The Fourteenth Amendment

The Twenty First Amendment

5

Specific language guaranteeing the right to privacy is found in which section of the United States Constitution? (choose 2)

Specific language is not contained in the Constitution

Article III

The Constitution does not expressly guarantee the right to privacy

The Sixth Amendment

6

Which of the following amendments are not considered part of the Bill of Rights? (choose 2)

The Fourteenth Amendment

The Twenty First Amendment

The Tenth Amendment

The Third Amendment

7

The First Amendment provides which of the following protections? (choose 2)

Protection against cruel and unusual punishment

Freedom of Religion

Freedom of Speech

Protection against unreasonable seizure without a warrant

8

Without the right to privacy, citizens could find which of the following? (choose 2)

That private information has been published about them and is being scrutinized by the public

Someone legally peeking through a window into his or her house

Themselves subject to cruel and unusual punishment

Themselves with no constitutional rights to protect them from enemy invasion

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