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

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

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

4. 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) Children.
(d) Family.

5. Hooks describes women as being veiled in which countries?
(a) South American countries.
(b) America.
(c) Mid-eastern and African countries.
(d) Asian countries.

Short Answer Questions

1. Freer-thinking younger generation black women in which decades felt free to confront white feminists about racism from hooks' perspective?

2. What type of relationships does feminism place the emphasis on, according to hooks?

3. Hooks claims that feminist leaders must connect issues in other countries to issues where?

4. When some feminists within the movement sought to make the movement anti-male, what did hooks claim they deflected?

5. In the scenario that hooks presents, what did the young girl notice about the women who appeared on TV or in magazines?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does hooks describe as the challenge to freedom?

2. Hooks claims that women who stayed at home often felt which way?

3. When were black women finally able to voice their problems with racism in the feminist movement, according to hooks?

4. Why and how did many working women receive mixed messages, according to hooks?

5. What were the benefits of sexual liberation, according to hooks?

6. What productive suggestions does hooks make for employment?

7. What is the difference between a "woman-identified woman" and a "man-identified woman"?

8. What is required for women to be liberated from Hooks' perspective?

9. What did the conservative press tend to say about feminists?

10. What were some of the problems that hooks witnessed with feminist parenting?

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