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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. What do the authors believe forces archetypes to go awry?
2. Why was the type of psychology discussed in this book popular at the time of publishing?
3. How do the Know-It-All Trickster and the Dummy interact?
4. Shadow-sides of a man's personality are _____.
5. What defines the Precocious Child?
Short Essay Questions
1. Once one begins this process, how long do the authors say it take to become a fully-fledged male?
2. Why do Jungians believe that there is hope for a resolution in archetypes?
3. Why is the Lover considered primal?
4. According to the authors, what are the most important challenges for a man to face?
5. Who do the authors think will benefit from the techniques described in the conclusion?
6. Is the Lover selfish or selfless?
7. How do the Denying Innocent One and the Manipulator compare?
8. What is the affect of the King being tied to the divine?
9. What do the authors believe is the nature of a young man's ascension without a ritual elder?
10. Why does the Grandstander Bully act as he does?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
The Divine Child, as an embodiment of creativity and rebirth, is a greatly valued immature archetype. Discuss the Divine Child's significance and what function he has.
Essay Topic 2
The authors stress that no single archetype can fully function alone. Discuss why these archetypes would be dysfunctional independently within a man and how integrating all of them creates a fully-fledged male.
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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