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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 does the feminine protest do?
(a) Over glorifies the female role as the reproductive unit.
(b) All of these.
(c) Overvalues women's roles in society.
(d) Makes more of a woman than there ever could be.
2. What was so terrifying to women not about to be married?
(a) Being childless and alone.
(b) Not fitting in with social requirements.
(c) Knowing they will never achieve their goals.
(d) Not knowing what they were going to do with their lives.
3. What was not a part of women's worlds?
(b) Charming and keeping a man.
(d) Home care.
4. What had become a trap?
(a) The small-minded image of women.
(b) The lack of personal image in women.
(c) The disregard of the way women feel.
(d) The home life.
5. With which did the feminist movement gain strength?
(a) The Revolution.
(b) The movement to free the slaves.
(c) The emancipation of American from the British throne.
(d) None of these.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which tribe do men and women assume masculine roles?
2. If a woman were to fight for her rights, she would _____ _____?
3. What was affected by functional analysis?
4. What problem wasn't caused by soap or cured by Cortisone?
5. Which women were happiest?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the reason for Freud's research and what did he hope to achieve?
2. What is the American housewife's dilemma?
3. How did the image of women change from the 1930's-50's?
4. How did American women learn how to free themselves by speaking out for the slaves?
5. Why is economic independence so necessary for women?
6. What was the problem with the young women of this age group?
7. What choice did the mystique leave to women?
8. What groups opposed the women's right to vote and why?
9. What might have happened if women had gone on to continue their education?
10. What things hold women back from achieving the education they need to be a beneficial part of society?
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