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Robert L. Moore
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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. The Oedipal Child becomes:
(a) The King.
(b) The Magician.
(c) The Lover.
(d) The Warrior.

2. "Crisis" claims that modern day initiations are _______.
(a) Inauthentic.
(b) Extensive.
(c) Complex.
(d) Like ancient ones.

3. What does the Weakling Prince lack?
(a) Intelligence.
(b) Motivation.
(c) Good looks.
(d) Money.

4. The authors believe that gangs and crime indulge _____ behavior in young men.
(a) Selfish.
(b) Loving.
(c) Creative.
(d) Violent.

5. The Precocious Child is prone to _____ activity.
(a) Suspicious.
(b) Adventurous.
(c) Hyper.
(d) A lack of.

Short Answer Questions

1. A man's female sub-personality is called the _____.

2. What is the key element of the ritual process Moore and Gillette believe that modern day young men lack?

3. There are pleasures and ______ that accompany manhood.

4. In archetypal psychology, what must die for a young man to mature?

5. In conclusion of their discussions of initiation, the authors stress that the most important element of a young man's initiation is _____.

Short Essay Questions

1. Why is the Manipulator distant from his own life?

2. What is the affect of the King being tied to the divine?

3. Why is the Divine Child considered the source of life?

4. When do the four archetypes arise?

5. Do the authors think these archetypes have ever dominated human life?

6. What would be the outcome of an interaction between the Know-It-All Trickster and the Dummy?

7. Why do the authors believe a ritual elder is necessary to a young man's successful ascension into manhood?

8. What do the authors claim defines rites of passage in modern times?

9. What do the authors believe is the nature of a young man's ascension without a ritual elder?

10. Why don't men hold the pinnacle of their archetype?

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