CRJ 305 WEEK 3 QUIZ 1 Indeterminism denies that events in the natural world are caused or determined. 2 There is no strong relationship between ethics, morality, and happiness. 3 Crime, law, and justice can easily be separated from morality. 4 If we do the wrong thing according to legal standard, we are not necessarily acting immorally. 5 Values reflect those things, qualities, or ideals to which we assign importance. 6 The purpose of morality is to enable us to live good life in a just society. 7 Happiness is a means to an end. 8 The question of whether we are always completely free to choose and act as we desire remains a central question in ethics and criminology alike. 9 We do not need ethics if we have law. 10 Ethics can be divided into two general categories of inquiry: (1) those that are theoretical in nature and (2) those that are applied in nature.