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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. Who is the leader of Fidelity’s media and Internet investment group that the author discusses in Chapter 8: “Make Your Partner a Real Partner”?
(a) Nitin Nohria.
(b) Gloria Steinem.
(c) Rosabeth Moss Kanter.
(d) Kristina Salen.
2. Who is the author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People?
(a) Emily White.
(b) Clara Shih.
(c) Stephen R. Covey.
(d) Lant Pritchett.
3. Who is the dean of Weill Cornell Medical College that the author cites in Chapter 9: “The Myth of Doing It All” as having said that the key for her in pursuing her career while raising children was learning where to focus her attention?
(a) Dr. Peggy McIntosh.
(b) Dr. Laurie Glimcher.
(c) Marlo Thomas.
(d) Virginia Rometty.
4. The author states in Chapter 9: “The Myth of Doing It All” that in 2009, married middle-income parents worked about how many more hours per week than in 1979?
(a) 9.25 hours more.
(b) 5.4 hours more.
(c) 3.5 hours more.
(d) 8.5 hours more.
5. 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) Rosalind Einhorn.
(d) Cameron Anderson.
Short Answer Questions
1. In what year was Sandra Day O’Connor appointed as an Associate Justice for the Supreme Court?
2. Who is quoted in the final chapter as having said, “Our job is not to make young women grateful. It is to make them ungrateful so they keep going”?
3. What language does the author describe Mark Zuckerberg deciding to learn a few years ago in Chapter 6: “Seek and Speak Your Truth”?
4. What comic autobiography does the author cite by Tina Fey in Chapter 9: “The Myth of Doing It All”?
5. In a quote from Gloria Steinem in Chapter 9: “The Myth of Doing It All,” who is described as “the adversary of the women’s movement”?
Short Essay Questions
1. What website and organization does the author promote in the Afterword: “Let’s Keep Talking”?
2. Who was the “legendary Massachusetts representative” that the author longed to meet in her story in Chapter 10: “Let’s Start Talking About It”?
3. How did Elise Scheck describe her experiences during pregnancy, according to the author in Chapter 7: “Don’t Leave Before You Leave”?
4. What is one example of the dangers of blindly following leaders that Sandberg describes in Chapter 6: “Seek and Speak Your Truth”?
5. In what context does the author discuss Sabeen Virani in Chapter 10: “Let’s Start Talking About It”? Why did Sabeen Virani contact the author?
6. How is Marissa Mayer used as an example of gender bias between women in Chapter 11: “Working Together Toward Equality”?
7. What did Sharon Proczter say of “having it all” in Chapter 9: “The Myth of Doing It All”?
8. What does the author write of Tina Fey in Chapter 9: “The Myth of Doing It All”?
9. What barriers does the author discuss in the beginning of Chapter 6: “Seek and Speak Your Truth”?
10. Who is credited as approaching the gender gap well in his business dealings in Chapter 10: “Let’s Start Talking About It”?
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