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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did most of the people who studied the 'discontinuity' of women say it was caused by?
(b) Testing their own powers in the world.
(c) All of these.
(d) Believing that they have the same potential as boys.
2. What doesn't work together to produce femininity?
(c) Deficient female anatomy.
(d) Penis envy.
3. What is stressed in a functional education?
(b) Neither of these.
(d) I don't know.
4. What did all the pioneering feminists resist?
(a) Early marriage.
(b) Marital subservience.
(c) All of these.
(d) Sexual degradation.
5. How does a daughter see "don't become a housewife like me"?
(a) As a failing in the marriage; a sign of infidelity.
(b) As a failing in themselves, and their financial position in the world.
(c) As a sign of frustration that she cannot savor her relationship with her husband,
(d) As a failing in the woman, not in the circumstance.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Nora, to herself, first and foremost?
2. What lesson could girls not help but learn in college between 1945 and 1960?
3. In what would Martha take refuge?
4. What weren't these feminists called?
5. How many children did Sojourner Truth claim to have?
Short Essay Questions
1. What uniformly happened to the population of America following the war?
2. Why was it advisable for advertisers to not let the "Career Women" category get any larger?
3. How is a definitive knowledge of self needed to mature?
4. What was the basis of all neurosis of people, according to Freud?
5. Define high dominance and low dominance feeling.
6. What is the choice that women face?
7. How did sexual interaction at an early age affect development?
8. What is the simple truth of fulfillment?
9. What was the reason for Freud's research and what did he hope to achieve?
10. What was considered "true feminine fulfillment"?
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