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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Gender Trouble claims that drag parodies which of the following?
(c) Gender identity.
2. To Kristeva, what relationship does the maternal body represent fluidity between?
(a) Woman to woman.
(b) Brother and sister.
(c) Mother and child.
(d) Father and daughter.
3. Butler asks if what kind of human can exist?
4. Who does Butler compare Foucault to?
5. Butler suggests that prohibition of which of the following is related most to sexual desire?
6. According to Butler, a lot of feminist theory relies on what type of categories?
7. Who does Butler believe mistakenly holds the idea of a separation between sex and gender?
8. Wittig says women must become which attribute?
9. What view does Kristeva generally have toward laws?
(a) They are naive.
(b) They are humble.
(c) They are based on lies.
(d) They are oppressive.
10. What type of body does Butler describe as refuting sexual categorization?
11. Kristeva seems to understand the semiotic in what kinds of terms?
12. Butler suggests that bisexuality is which of the following?
(a) Secondary sexuality.
(b) Non-binary sexuality.
(c) Lack of sexuality.
(d) Extreme sexuality.
13. Butler says that laws are not mere causes of which of the following?
14. Lacan viewed cultural meaning's need for relating women to the maternal to be which of the following?
15. Foucault says that which of the following is problematic?
(a) Liberal views.
(b) Liberation views.
(c) Social regulations.
(d) Conservative views.
Short Answer Questions
1. Butler says that the boundary of the body is which of the following?
2. How does Butler feel about the strategy of subversion?
3. Butler describes repression of bisexuality as a locus of which of the following?
4. Masks, according to Butler, allow people to refuse to offer which emotion?
5. Which of the following did Foucault critique?
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