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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the author present education in the title of Chapter Eight
(a) As a teen agenda.
(b) As a feminist agenda.
(c) As as a class agenda.
(d) As a dilemma.
2. Why does society-the U.S. in particular-have this kind of reaction to the process of change?
(a) Because it has nothing to compare this process to.
(b) Because change always happens quickly in the U.S.
(c) Because people need constant entertainment.
(d) Because its citizens are unaccustomed to having to wait for things.
3. How did many lower/middle class and/or non-white women respond to this view of work?
(a) It alienated them from feminism.
(b) They wanted more discussion of career possibilities.
(c) Work was not part of their list of concerns at the time.
(d) They agreed with it.
4. What qualities does the author promote in this final chapter on change via the feminist movement?
(a) Patience and active struggle.
(b) Aggression and intellectual aptitude.
(c) Patience and submission.
(d) Suspicion and perseverance.
5. What reason does the author give for lower and middle class women's relationship with power?
(a) They have met with a lot of defeat.
(b) They need further political education.
(c) They have lived in circumstances that required self-reliance, rather than dependency.
(d) They work all the time.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did early feminists, and society at the time, view housework?
2. What do these accepted beliefs about motherhood manifest for the author?
3. According to the author, in what form has feminist thought primarily been circulated?
4. How did early (upper middle class, white) feminists regard work?
5. What is violence truly a manifestation of for the author?
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