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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. Which of the following is a technique in which girls reflect on their past or future when they are having a bad day?
2. How many types of sex education does Dr. Pipher believe girls receive?
3. Which of the following is normal for daughters of alcoholic fathers?
4. Why does Kelli use chemicals?
5. Which type of girl is usually more prone to alcoholism?
Short Essay Questions
1. What portion of sexual education does Dr. Pipher believe is missing for young girls?
2. Describe what parts of society have different rules for sexual activity and how this affects girls?
3. What type of sexual assaults can be particularly traumatic to females?
4. What female leaders does Dr. Pipher refer to as being isolated in adolescence and what did they all refuse to do?
5. Describe the community in which Dr. Pipher grew up during the 1950s.
6. What is altruism and how does it help the girls according to Dr. Pipher?
7. In what way do cities and small communities differ in the way that girls react and feel pressure?
8. Describe Dr. Pipher's Utopia.
9. What are the three specific reasons Dr. Pipher lists that adolescents use chemicals?
10. How and why does Dr. Pipher describe the problems that highly gifted children experience?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How has the traditional family changed over the decades? Do you believe these changes are for the better or the worse? Why?
Essay Topic 2
Why do you believe anorexia is more of a problem in Western civilization? What girls are at the greatest risk for developing anorexia? Why do you believe this is the case?
Essay Topic 3
How has adolescent culture changed from previous generations? What are the problems as you see them for the twenty-first century adolescent girls? Do you think they have changed from those of the 1990s? Why or why not?
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