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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who was the CEO of Starbucks from 1987 through 2000?
(a) Meg Whitman.
(b) Howard Schultz.
(c) Omid Kordestani.
(d) Lant Pritchett.
2. Who is the former secretary of state that is cited in Chapter 11: “Working Together Toward Equality” for having said, “There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women”?
(a) Madeleine Albright.
(b) Gayle Tzemach Lemmon.
(c) Rosalind Einhorn.
(d) Betty Friedan.
3. What company did the author’s husband found in L.A. and then sell to Yahoo, according to the narrative in Chapter 8: “Make Your Partner a Real Partner”?
(c) Launch Media.
4. In what year was Marissa Mayer named the CEO of Yahoo?
5. About how many families with children in the U.S. are led by a single parent today, according to the author in Chapter 9: “The Myth of Doing It All”?
6. In Chapter 9: “The Myth of Doing It All,” the author describes going to a business conference with her children and taking the eBay plane. What did her daughter contract during this trip?
(d) The flu.
7. Who accompanied Sheryl Sandberg on a trip to New York to speak at the Women’s Media Center, according to the author in Chapter 10: “Let’s Start Talking About It”?
(a) Kim Malone Scott.
(b) Shankar Vedantam.
(c) Gayle Tzemach Lemmon.
(d) Judith Rodin.
8. The author points out a study in Chapter 8: “Make Your Partner a Real Partner” that showed “that wives who engage in gatekeeping behaviors do” how many more hours of “family work per week than wives who take a more collaborative approach”?
9. The author states in Chapter 7: “Don’t Leave Before You Leave,” that a “survey of the Princeton class of 1975 found that 54 percent of the women foresaw work-family conflict compared to 26 percent of the men. The same survey of the Princeton class of 2006 found that” what percentage of the women anticipated work-family conflict?
10. In “The New F-Word,” who is the college English professor that observed something strange in her Introduction to Feminist Studies course?
(a) Marianne Cooper.
(b) Judith Rodin.
(c) Sally Ride.
(d) Michele Elam.
11. What Stanford professor is cited in Chapter 11: “Working Together Toward Equality” as having said, “We need to look out for one another, work together, and act more like a coalition”?
(a) Judith Rodin.
(b) Deborah Gruenfeld.
(c) Cameron Anderson.
(d) Rosalind Einhorn.
12. When the founder of LinkedIn offered Sheryl Sandberg a position in the company, she turned him down because she was how old and planning on having a second child?
13. What U.C. Hastings law professor is cited in Chapter 11: “Working Together Toward Equality” for having said, “These mommy wars are so bitter because both groups’ identities are at stake because of another clash of social ideals: The ideal worker is defined as someone always available for work, and the ‘good mother’ is defined as always available to her children”?
(a) Joan Williams.
(b) Leymah Gbowee.
(c) Judith Rodin.
(d) Rosalind Einhorn.
14. What American physicist and astronaut became the first American woman in space in 1983?
(a) Sally Ride.
(b) Rosalind Einhorn.
(c) Marianne Cooper.
(d) Michele Elam.
15. Who is the professor of economics at Cornell that the author cites in Chapter 9: “The Myth of Doing It All” as saying, “The antiquated rhetoric of ‘having it all’ disregards the basis of every economic relationship: the idea of trade-offs”?
(a) Gloria Steinem.
(b) Rosabeth Moss Kanter.
(c) Erin Burnett.
(d) Sharon Proczter.
Short Answer Questions
1. What author does Sandberg quote in Chapter 10: “Let’s Start Talking About It” as having said, “Whoever has power takes over the noun—and the norm—while the less powerful get an adjective”?
2. The author states in Chapter 6: “Seek and Speak Your Truth” that “the upside of painful knowledge is so much greater than” what?
3. In what year does Sheryl Sandberg say her mother left the workforce to care for her ailing parents, in Chapter 11: “Working Together Toward Equality”?
4. About what percentage of married-couple families with children in the U.S. have two parents in the workforce today, according to the author in Chapter 9: “The Myth of Doing It All”?
5. According to the author in Chapter 8: “Make Your Partner a Real Partner,” how many states in the U.S. provide any income replacement for the care of a new baby?
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