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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What did many of Hooks' students of color think about feminism?
(a) They were not suspicious of it and thought it was relevant to their lives.
(b) They were suspicious of it and didn't think it was that relevant to their lives.
(c) They were not suspicious of it and didn't think it was relevant to their lives.
(d) They were suspicious of it but thought it was highly relevant to their lives.

2. When Hooks was speaking of oppression in Chapter 8, to whom was she referring?
(a) Women in the workplace.
(b) Elderly men and women.
(c) Girls.
(d) Boys.

3. What did Hooks discuss in Chapter 13?
(a) Pedagogy.
(b) Literature.
(c) African American Studies.
(d) Anatomy.

4. What is a difference between the upbringing of Hooks and her friend?
(a) She has an urban upbringing while he has a rural upbringing.
(b) She has a suburban upbringing while he has an urban upbringing.
(c) She has a rural upbringing while he has an urban upbringing.
(d) There is no difference. They both have a rural upbringing.

5. In terms of feminist scholarship, what did Hooks say she was thankful for?
(a) She was thankful that many of her male colleagues have agreed to help her.
(b) She was thankful that there have been many books written to support the cause.
(c) She was thankful that she has received little opposition along the way.
(d) She was thankful that it has become safer for women to do the work necessary.

6. Chapter 14 said that Chapter 15 is devoted to what type of issues?
(a) Race.
(b) Age.
(c) Educational.
(d) Class.

7. What did Hooks think is necessary to dismantle?
(a) Politics and matriarchy.
(b) White supremacy and patriarchy.
(c) Integration and matriarchy.
(d) Religion and patriarchy.

8. In what year was "Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom" published?
(a) 1994.
(b) 1990.
(c) 1988.
(d) 1996.

9. In Chapter 12, Hooks reminded her readers of what being used in her childhood home?
(a) Feminist theory.
(b) Violence.
(c) Nothing but love.
(d) Selfishness.

10. According to Hooks, where and how to teach greatly affects whom?
(a) Teachers only.
(b) Both students and teachers.
(c) Students only.
(d) School administrators.

11. According to Chapter 9, something about this book is symptomatic of what two things?
(a) Prettiness and ugliness.
(b) Success and failure.
(c) Black and white.
(d) Good and bad.

12. According to Chapter 10, many believed sexual relationships across racial boundaries are which of the following?
(a) A welcomed change.
(b) Illegal.
(c) Legal but not welcomed.
(d) Taboo.

13. According to Hooks, the absence of _____ freed her mind.
(a) Her compassion for others.
(b) Her students.
(c) The thought of what she would be like as a professor.
(d) Her father.

14. What did Hooks say is the most important thing for students and teachers to help implement improved strategies?
(a) Dialogue.
(b) Complacency.
(c) Monologue.
(d) Fear.

15. What is the last name of Hooks' friend mentioned in Chapter 13?
(a) Scapp.
(b) Klapp.
(c) Bapp.
(d) Dunlap.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was the major problem Hooks faced within the patriarchal framework?

2. What did Hooks say about women concerning many of the ideas she addressed in the book?

3. Hooks said what of each region of the United States?

4. According to Chapter 10, during the period of slavery, owning what made the distinction between the wealthy and the poor?

5. How did Hooks view the instructional methods used by teachers?

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