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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What did Hooks say about the work options for poorer people?
(a) They are jobs that will never allow for promotion.
(b) They are somewhat restricted.
(c) They are jobs that the poor would enjoy.
(d) They are plentiful.

2. What did Hooks say is not necessarily found in all social classes?
(a) Wealth.
(b) Assumptions.
(c) Love.
(d) Dreams.

3. Whom did Hooks say writes the majority of feminist works?
(a) Poor white women.
(b) Privileged black women.
(c) Privileged white women.
(d) Poor black women.

4. What theorist did Hooks mention at the end of Chapter 7?
(a) Bowlby.
(b) Freud.
(c) Harlow.
(d) Adler.

5. According to Hooks, students many times believe that learning is what?
(a) Domestic.
(b) Universal.
(c) International.
(d) Local.

6. What was the first topic that Hooks talked about in Chapter 3?
(a) How becoming a teacher can be beneficial to the individual as well as his / her students.
(b) How to implement the transformations within the classroom that multiculturalism requires.
(c) How the classroom should not be the main venue for teaching. It begins at home.
(d) How the involvement of students is what makes or breaks the success of a teacher.

7. What did Hooks say about male colleagues' lack of interest or unwillingness to listen to his female counterparts?
(a) It's painful for men and women.
(b) It's painful for men.
(c) It's painful for women.
(d) It's NOT painful for men or women.

8. How did Hooks describe the works of the Latina theorist introduced in Chapter 5?
(a) Captivates its readers by presenting blatant untruths.
(b) Having some mystique and a possibly puzzling or unexpected power.
(c) Spellbinding yet easily understood.
(d) Explains the importance of compromise in a world of dominance and oppression.

9. In Chapter 1, what did Hooks say with regard to all-black schools and the education process?
(a) The education process used is different from the process used in integrated schools.
(b) They strictly undercut the growth of the education process.
(c) They are equally prone to undercut and to encourage the growth of the education process.
(d) They strictly encourage the growth of the education process.

10. How did Hooks feel within her family?
(a) Like a burden.
(b) Like the one who had to take charge.
(c) Like the most liked of the children.
(d) Like an outsider.

11. What did Hooks notice between white women?
(a) Their desire to make each other sad.
(b) Their desire to make each other wealthy.
(c) Their level of competition.
(d) Their level of bonding.

12. What did the theorist mentioned in Chapter 7 say about himself?
(a) He did what he could but what he could was absolutely limited by his own maleness.
(b) His ideas are superior to those of his female counterparts.
(c) Her ideas are superior to those of his male counterparts.
(d) She did what she could but what she could was absolutely limited by her own femaleness.

13. Hooks said who must be happy in order for education to be most effective?
(a) Teacher ONLY.
(b) Teacher and students.
(c) Students ONLY.
(d) Administration, teachers, and students.

14. What is different about the way Hooks prints her pseudonym on the cover of the book than you would find on most books?
(a) It is written in all capital letters.
(b) It consists of no capital letters.
(c) It is circled.
(d) It takes up the entire cover.

15. What is an example that Hooks gave of something of male effort that women benefit from in everyday life?
(a) Childbirth.
(b) Sewage systems.
(c) Marriage.
(d) Employment.

Short Answer Questions

1. Chapter 6 said that Hooks' works include the framework that consists of analysis that is what?

2. How did Hooks write the essay in Chapter 4?

3. What type of thinking did Hooks say is crucial to the educational process?

4. According to Hooks, what is the great road of progress for poor men and women with regard to employment?

5. In Chapter 5, Hooks brought up the idea of race in what type of atmosphere?

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