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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. Which of the following is a consequence hooks describes as resulting from the fashion industry?
(a) Poor economy.
(b) Immoral women.
(c) Ruining self-esteem.
(d) Causing depression.

2. Which type of woman does hooks describe as having the options of both contraceptives and abortions?
(a) Privileged women.
(b) Black women.
(c) White women.
(d) Poor women.

3. In what decade were women's studies on a solid course toward acceptance?
(a) 1970s.
(b) 1980s.
(c) 1950s.
(d) 1960s.

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

5. When did hooks learn about feminist politics?
(a) Before she attended elementary school.
(b) Before she took feminist classes.
(c) When she started writing books.
(d) After she graduated from college.

Short Answer Questions

1. Which of the following is most commonplace to hooks?

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

3. What did hooks see as the basis that would ultimately undermine sexism and overthrow patriarchy?

4. The feminist movement urged universities to rediscover what related to women and include it in their curriculum?

5. Betty Friedan's book focused on which type of woman?

Short Essay Questions

1. Which women had more access to contraceptives and abortions with the onset of the sexual revolution?

2. How did female bonding play a role in the feminist movement from hooks' perspective?

3. What did hooks describe as being the consequences of unwanted pregnancies?

4. How did hooks believe that some women actually slowed down progress?

5. According to hooks, what is the ideal situation for women in terms of reproductive rights?

6. What convinced black feminists that the feminist movement was a "white power grab," according to hooks?

7. What has become more accepted by women as it becomes more acceptable for women to accept their bodies?

8. What are the differences between reformist thinkers and revolutionary thinkers?

9. Which movement does hooks describe as being most intense in the 1970s?

10. In the 1960s, how did women show they were not constantly worried about being accepted by men for their appearance?

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