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Multiple Choice Questions

1. Hooks' description of domestic violence is connected to what kind of domination?
(a) Child domination.
(b) Female domination.
(c) Male domination.
(d) Racist domination.

2. Who is most prominent to hooks as paving the way for reconsideration of racist issues for society?
(a) White leaders.
(b) Hispanic women.
(c) Black activists.
(d) Black men.

3. Which of the following is not an example of domestic violence?
(a) A man punches a stranger on the street.
(b) A man punches his son.
(c) A man punches his wife.
(d) A lesbian woman punches her lover.

4. Feminism teaches that the only relationships between men and women that can survive are those in which both support which of the following?
(a) Radical roles.
(b) Feminism.
(c) Traditional roles.
(d) Patriarchy.

5. What kind of religions did many feminists look to in the early days of the movement?
(a) Eastern religions.
(b) Asian religions.
(c) Christianity.
(d) Western religions.

6. What is the other term that hooks uses to describe domestic violence?
(a) Male on female violence.
(b) Patriarchal violence.
(c) Family violence.
(d) Hate violence.

7. Which type of feminists were dismayed to learn their leaders were committed to imperialism, according to hooks?
(a) Conservative feminists.
(b) Radical feminists.
(c) Reformist feminists.
(d) Revolutionary feminists.

8. According to hooks, who began engaging in sadomasochistic behavior, driving heterosexual women to turn to patriarchal models of sexual freedom?
(a) Radical lesbians.
(b) Feminists.
(c) Men.
(d) Conservatives.

9. Where does female circumcision occur as mentioned in the text?
(a) America.
(b) Canada.
(c) Asia.
(d) Africa.

10. According to many reformist thinkers, what made a woman liberated?
(a) If they were happy.
(b) If they had children.
(c) If they had a job.
(d) If they had their own money.

11. What type of relationships does feminism place the emphasis on, according to hooks?
(a) Religious and spiritual.
(b) Fun and casual.
(c) Tyrannical and patriarchal.
(d) Equal and satisfying.

12. Which of the following is closest to the definition of self-actualization?
(a) A woman who lives for herself.
(b) A woman who lives to serve her husband.
(c) A woman who identifies as a feminist.
(d) A woman who lives for her children.

13. Which of the following did hooks describe as a barrier to the spread of feminism?
(a) Atheism.
(b) Conservativism.
(c) Patriarchal religion.
(d) Mormonism.

14. According to hooks, what led many women to think they could establish the feminist agenda for women all over the world?
(a) Hatred.
(b) Compassion.
(c) Confidence.
(d) Arrogance.

15. From hooks' point of view, why did many conservative presses consistently present feminists as "man haters"?
(a) To prove a true statement.
(b) To actively encourage hate for women.
(c) To discredit the feminist movement.
(d) To find a way to get others interested in feminism.

Short Answer Questions

1. What type of imperialism did hooks describe many feminist leaders as subscribing to?

2. What seems to be lacking in availability to men to help secure an identity not related to sexism and domination, according to hooks?

3. As hooks described, "man-identified woman" would readily give up her activism if it threatened a relationship with who?

4. Who does hooks specifically say should be paid more?

5. Many feared that radical feminists wanted men to become which of the following?

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