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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. When feminism first began, hooks explains that which of the following was the second group feminism was split between?
(a) Cubist thinkers.
(b) Modernist thinkers.
(c) Revolutionary thinkers.
(d) Artistic thinkers.

2. What is defined as gaining power by the exploitation of others?
(a) True feminism.
(b) Power feminism.
(c) Reformist feminism.
(d) Intolerable feminism.

3. What does hooks describe as one of feminism's greatest foes?
(a) Christians.
(b) Men.
(c) The "enemy within."
(d) Children.

4. Who were hooks' alleged stars of the feminist movement early on?
(a) White men.
(b) White women.
(c) Black women.
(d) Children.

5. According to hooks, who should have access to safe and affordable abortions?
(a) Young women.
(b) Privileged women.
(c) Black women.
(d) All women.

6. What decade did the book Ain't I a Woman address?
(a) 1990s.
(b) 1980s.
(c) 2000s.
(d) 1970s.

7. When the cosmetic industry worried feminism would ruin business, how did mass media portray feminists?
(a) As masculine and ugly.
(b) As intelligent and educated.
(c) As stupid and naive.
(d) As mean and rude.

8. Hooks claimed that what needs a restart?
(a) Revolutionary feminism.
(b) Patriarchy.
(c) Reformist feminism.
(d) True feminism.

9. Which type of feminist did hooks consider to be most distrusting?
(a) Black feminists.
(b) Male feminists.
(c) White feminists.
(d) Hispanic feminists.

10. Hooks claims that which of the following would diminish the necessity for abortions?
(a) Education about domestic abuse.
(b) Religious groups.
(c) Abstinence education.
(d) Access to contraceptives.

11. When feminism first began, which of the following was the first group feminism was split between, as explained by hooks?
(a) Faulty thinkers.
(b) Impressionist thinkers.
(c) Intolerance thinkers.
(d) Reformist thinkers.

12. In which classes at her university did hooks feel the most support?
(a) Science.
(b) Literature.
(c) Math.
(d) Women's studies.

13. What was the second type of new policy that hooks' claims as creating a new underclass of women and children who suffered as a result of patriarchy?
(a) Dress code policies.
(b) Minimum wage laws.
(c) Welfare assistance.
(d) Public strike laws.

14. Which field did hooks claim the reformist movement focused on?
(a) Politics.
(b) Law enforcement.
(c) Education.
(d) Business.

15. What does hooks propose the public does to avoid passing on misinformation about feminism?
(a) Separate boys and girls in classrooms.
(b) Change school curriculum.
(c) Hire more strong female teachers.
(d) Hold feminist group meetings on school campus.

Short Answer Questions

1. How does hooks' "sisterhood" occur?

2. The third goal of feminism is which of the following, according to bell hooks?

3. In what type of society is every voice heard, according to hooks?

4. According to the text, who runs mass media?

5. Who, according to hooks, ended up slowing progress because they did not deal with their own internalized sexism?

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