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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What reason is not given for women who possess a low dominance personality in regards to leadership?
(a) They don't want to be at the forefront of anything.
(b) They are afriad of responsibility.
(c) They feel incompetent.
(d) They don't believe its possible to be a woman and lead.
2. Women must learn to compete not as female but as ______.
3. What is the scary thing for women who want to finish their education?
(a) That most men will be married in college.
(b) All of these.
(c) That no man will want her.
(d) That she will no longer be feminine.
4. What is the simple definition of the problem that has no name?
(a) American woman are kept from realizing their potential.
(b) The possibility of work outside the home.
(c) The lack of work outside the home for housewives.
(d) The lack of educational facilities outside the home for housewives.
5. When did Professor Maslow begin his study of the relationship between sexuality and the "dominance" feeling?
(a) In the 1950s.
(b) In the 1940s.
(c) In the 1920s.
(d) In the 1930s.
6. What year was the survey published for electrical appliances?
7. If education has made American women feel trapped, frustrated and guilty as housewives, it is surely a sign that ___________________________.
(a) American women shouldn't be educated.
(b) American women should stay at home.
(c) American women have outgrown the housewife role.
(d) American women shouldn't attatch to children and husband.
8. What is the second step in finding oneself as a woman?
(a) To realize marriage is over glorified by the feminine mystique.
(b) None of these.
(c) To realize that the road isn't easy, but it is rewarding.
(d) To understand that you will face scrutiny of your peers.
9. Wives became __________________.
(a) All of these.
(b) Know it alls.
(d) Complete dominators of the household activities.
10. Which women are more often the sex-seekers than finders?
(a) The rural housewives.
(b) The suburban housewives.
(c) The metropolis housewives.
(d) The city housewives.
11. What did the feminists see most clearly?
(a) All of these.
(b) That education and the right to participate in advanced society were what was most needed.
(c) That the outdated view of feminine behavior would lead to social deterioration.
(d) That women were equal in the necessary fight for individuality.
12. What is the unique characteristic of human existence?
(a) The ability to learn from the past and transpose it to the future and present.
(b) All of these.
(c) The ability to transpose past in to
(d) The ability to see ones experience in the past and future.
13. Who was always blamed for the neurosis of men?
(a) Their jobs and careers.
(b) Their education and ambitions.
(c) Their sisters and brothers.
(d) Their mothers and wives.
14. What are considered "mutations"?
(a) Women who pursue careers despite their handicap of gender.
(b) Asexual woman.
(c) Men wanting to be housewives.
(d) All of these.
15. What was interesting to note about women who didn't consider housework their fulltime job?
(a) They didn't do as much housework as those that did.
(b) They didn't undergo extensive psychotherapy.
(c) They completed it faster than those that did.
(d) They seemed a lot more fulfilled.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the real cause of feminism and women's frustration?
2. What occurred in the last decade?
3. How much greater was the number of disturbed young wives over any other group other than their husbands?
4. What have psychiatrists used to cure neurosis in the past?
5. How did Andras Angyal describe this weakness?
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