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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. In the continuation of Chapter 5, what did Hooks think about the interracial atmosphere?
(a) It affords many opportunities as well as difficulties.
(b) It affords many difficulties.
(c) It is beneficial to whites but not blacks.
(d) It affords many opportunities.

2. In Chapter 2, what type of person did Hooks say she made friends with?
(a) A white boy-man.
(b) A white girl-woman.
(c) A black girl-woman.
(d) A black boy-man.

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

4. According to Hooks, what is automatically excluded when the standard of good theoretical works is established?
(a) Feminist theory ONLY.
(b) Feminist theory and the works of colored women.
(c) The works of young professionals.
(d) The works of colored women ONLY.

5. Who was one of Hooks' intellectual influences?
(a) Sigmund Freud.
(b) Maya Angelou.
(c) Paulo Freire.
(d) Galileo.

Short Answer Questions

1. In terms of race, what type of attitude did Hooks discuss in Chapter 5?

2. What main concepts were used in Chapter 4?

3. What is an example that Hooks gave of something of male effort that women benefit from in everyday life?

4. What theorist did Hooks mention at the end of Chapter 7?

5. What did Hooks say she wants her readers to understand about the continuation of Chapter 5 with regard to analyzing theoretical works?

Short Essay Questions

1. What did Hooks say about the political nature of education?

2. How did Hooks say it made her feel when she was not heard by her male colleagues?

3. What did Hooks say about the psyches of women?

4. What did Hooks say in Chapter 3 about individual instructors' ability to speak freely in meetings at Oberlin?

5. What did Hooks say about where the majority of feminist writings come from?

6. What did Hooks say about poor people and the need to earn money as adults?

7. In Chapter 5, what issue did Hook face again within academic atmospheres?

8. What description of her past did Hooks give in Chapter 5 that enabled the reader to understand her view of the patriarchal system?

9. According to Hooks, in what way did the concept of subject play a role?

10. What did Hooks say about the effect of the feminist theory?

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