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Chapter 5 Personal and Organizational Values

Practice Test
  1.Which of the following is NOT an example of a terminal value?  
  a.   Family security  
  b.   Happiness  
  c.   A comfortable life  
  d.   Sadness  
  2.All of your values taken together are called your:  
  a.   corporate culture.  
  b.   value system.  
  c.   attitude.  
  d.   common values.  
  3.Spraunger's Six Value Systems contains which of the following?  
  a.   The religious person  
  b.   The criminal person  
  c.   The meditative person  
  d.   The antisocial person  
  4.In Graves' Seven Value Levels, people who get along with others and accept vagueness are at the following level:  
  a.   Tribalism  
  b.   Reaction  
  c.   Existentialism  
  d.   Egocentrism  
  5.Personal values are formed:  
  a.   by your work experience.  
  b.   by your experiences with friends and family in later life.  
  c.   in early childhood.  
  d.   in young adulthood.  
  6.Graves' Seven Value Levels describe how values change over people's lives. Babies are on the first level of:  
  a.   social orientation--getting along with others and gaining their approval.  
  b.   achievement--thriving on competition and showing off status symbols.  
  c.   reaction--seeking to get needs fulfilled immediately.  
  d.   conformity--joining groups and in need of straightforward answers.  
  7.The Rath Test is a seven-question test on individual values. Which of the following is NOT one of the questions on that test?  
  a.   Did you choose this value freely without outside pressure?  
  b.   Are you free to alter this value when flexibility is needed?  
  c.   Will you defend this value publicly?  
  d.   Is this value consistent throughout your lfe?  
  8.Which of the following is NOT one of Graves's Seven Value Levels?  
  a.   Existentialism  
  b.   Expressionism  
  c.   Conformity  
  d.   Tribalism  
  9.What is the main difference between attitudes and values?  
  a.   There is none; the two concepts are identical.  
  b.   Values have a hierarchy of importance, but attitudes do not.  
  c.   Attitudes have a hierarchy of importance, but values do not.  
  d.   Attitudes tend to be more long-term than values.  
  10.Personal values are formed:  
  a.   during early adulthood.  
  b.   during the teenage years.  
  c.   during early childhood.  
  d.   during the middle school years.  







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