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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. The Grandstander Bully's aggressive behavior is fueled by his ______.
2. What is the key element of the ritual process Moore and Gillette believe that modern day young men lack?
3. Who leads the initiation?
4. The Divine Child becomes:
5. In archetypal psychology, what must die for a young man to mature?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why are the Mama's Boy and the Dreamer disappointed as adults?
2. Why is the Warrior a sometimes repressed archetype?
3. Once one begins this process, how long do the authors say it take to become a fully-fledged male?
4. What do the authors claim defines rites of passage in modern times?
5. What defined rites of passage in ancient times?
6. Why is the Weakling the contrast of the Tyrant?
7. What are the challenges men face in maturing and how do the authors see the challenges affect them?
8. How does a young man become a fully-fledged adult male?
9. Why do the authors tell men not to degrade themselves?
10. Who do the authors think will benefit from the techniques described in the conclusion?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Discuss whether the author's suggestions for correcting this crisis are feasible or not. Can it be done simply by man's realization of its true nature? Are there other challenges that are beyond man's control? What else is needed for this correction?
Essay Topic 2
What are the conditions that would cause the Oedipal Child to transform into his shadow sides, the Mama's Boy or the Dreamer? How and why does this happen?
Essay Topic 3
The authors discuss that many of the problems in masculinity are chain reactions, which have caught men in a vicious cycle. How do you see this same movement happening within the individual shadow-sides?
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