Chapter 1: The Nature of Addiction Essay Questions 1. Make the case that Twelve Step approaches and harm reduction are not polar opposites or even mutually exclusive. PG 48
2. Discuss three major benefits of a harm reduction philosophy for society. PG 46 and throughout the chapter
3. Discuss in depth the methodology used in Project MATCH and the treatment implications of the findings. PG 35-36
4. Define interactionism and show how the addicted family member’s behavior affects the family system. PG 14
5. Discuss the ethical dilemmas faced by the casino worker who is a social work major. PG 6-7
Multiple Choice 1. According to Shavelson (2001), author of Hooked, which three words define harm reduction?
False_1._The_DSM-5_uses_the_term_addiction_instead_of_dependence._True_PG4'>True or False 1. The DSM-5 uses the term addiction instead of dependence. True PG4 2. The social worker working in the casino was able to successfully resolve her ethical conflict. False PG6-7. 3. This text examines diverse theoretical frameworks from a strengths perspective. True PG28 4. The text recommends total abstinence as the best criterion by which to measure treatment success. False PG47
5. Harm reduction is the approach known for its pragmatism. True PG31 6. Project MATCH is criticized by researchers for its lack of a control group. True PG36 7. Restorative justice has its roots in both ancient tribal and modern (Mennonite) practices. True PG46-47