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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 8 and 9.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the author feel about defining feminism as enabling total personal freedom?
(a) She sees this as the most favorable definition of feminism.
(b) She thinks it is immoral.
(c) She finds the definition to vague.
(d) She sees it as very limiting for women since it is a male-defined model.
2. Overall, what does the author think about the effects of the feminist movement?
(a) The feminist movement has not changed the educational landscape.
(b) It has not done enough to reach out to both genders.
(c) The movement has had positive effects, but mostly in the academic world.
(d) It has created amazing changes in the lives of girls and boys, and women and men.
3. What has happened as a result of the form taken by the majority of feminist writing?
(a) Younger women have been able to relate to feminist writing with more ease.
(b) Many women have seen the writing as impractical.
(c) Many uneducated women have been excluded.
(d) More women have been attracted to the movement.
4. How does the author characterize the aims of the feminist movement in relationship to other movements?
(a) Feminists should stay focused on their own goals and not look to other movements.
(b) There is a relationship between feminism and the struggle against ageism, but that is all.
(c) The feminist movements aims and intentions are interwoven with those struggling against classism, racism, heterosexism, and other forms of oppression..
(d) The aims and goals of the feminist movement are really separate from other movements.
5. How does the author present education in the title of Chapter Eight
(a) As a dilemma.
(b) As as a class agenda.
(c) As a teen agenda.
(d) As a feminist agenda.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 3, "The Significance of Feminist Movement," the author discusses which of the following themes?
2. How does the author propose to prioritize the struggles against various forms of prejudice?
3. From which position (or perspective) does the author claim to write in her analysis of feminism and its social manifestations?
4. Who must be retrained in order for the feminist movement to be successful?
5. How does the author describe feminism in the U.S.?
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