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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What type of man does hooks describe as feeling unimportant and out of control?
(a) Men with bad mothers.
(b) Unemployed men.
(c) Men with well-paying jobs.
(d) Men with many children.

2. Hooks claimed that many women stay in bad relationships for what reason?
(a) They were in love.
(b) They couldn't afford to live on their own.
(c) They wanted to prove to their parents they could make a relationship work.
(d) They were unaware of divorce.

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

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) Traditional roles.
(b) Patriarchy.
(c) Radical roles.
(d) Feminism.

5. As hooks described, "man-identified woman" would readily give up her activism if it threatened a relationship with who?
(a) A man.
(b) A woman.
(c) Family.
(d) Children.

6. What message does hooks attribute some feminists as being reluctant to send?
(a) That the oppressor was always bad.
(b) That the feminist movement did not welcome new members.
(c) That the oppressor was part of the movement.
(d) That men were not allowed to be feminists.

7. Great concern exists among feminists for the plight of women in which countries?
(a) Middle eastern countries.
(b) Third-world countries.
(c) Asian countries.
(d) South American countries.

8. In a culture of domination, everyone is taught to accept violence as a means of what?
(a) Submission.
(b) Love.
(c) Control.
(d) Acceptance.

9. Hooks claims that who must fight domestic violence before it can be ended?
(a) Children and adults.
(b) Men and women.
(c) White and black men.
(d) White and black women.

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

11. According to hooks, what liberates women?
(a) Economic self-sufficiency.
(b) Having reproductive rights.
(c) Work.
(d) Men's ideals.

12. According to hooks, who are still socially isolated from each other?
(a) Black women and all other women.
(b) Hispanic women and white women.
(c) White women and all other women.
(d) Black women and white women.

13. According to hooks, working women received mixed messages from who?
(a) Students.
(b) Reformist thinkers.
(c) Revolutionist thinkers.
(d) Men.

14. Without addressing the issue of racism in the minds of white feminist leaders, why would feminism be doomed in hooks' perspective?
(a) There would be no possibility of feminism continuing on.
(b) There would be no possibility for sisterhood.
(c) There would be no possibility to break down the bonds of patriarchy.
(d) There would be no possibility for liberation.

15. Hooks makes it clear that a "woman-identified woman" was not synonymous with which of the following?
(a) Man.
(b) White woman.
(c) Lesbian.
(d) Woman.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to hooks, who began engaging in sadomasochistic behavior, driving heterosexual women to turn to patriarchal models of sexual freedom?

2. According to hooks, where do sex clubs exist that feminists should be concerned with?

3. According to hooks, who knew the plight of the black woman better than anybody?

4. Which of the following is the definition given for domestic violence?

5. Where are more women allegedly beaten and murdered?

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