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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 Chapter 3, Hooks said education is always which of the following?
(a) Racial.
(b) Religious.
(c) Social.
(d) Political.

2. What did Hooks say about her interaction with white peers?
(a) There is a difference between the way she interacts with white peers and their interaction with each other.
(b) It is similar to the way they interact with each other.
(c) She does not play close attention to how they interact with each other.
(d) She does not interact with white peers.

3. What type of person did Hooks say would most likely recognize how significant her work is?
(a) Men whose highest level of education is high school.
(b) Men who are greatly involved in higher education.
(c) Women who are greatly involved in higher education.
(d) Women whose highest level of education is high school.

4. What did Hooks mention as a tool that cuts both ways with regard to progress?
(a) Dishonesty.
(b) Judgmental attitude.
(c) Honesty.
(d) Love.

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

Short Answer Questions

1. What did Hooks say about some deceptions?

2. When did Hooks say finding a way to release the sense of dominance and oppression is crucial?

3. Hooks said a woman with a high-paying career could represent which of the following?

4. At the end of Chapter 3, what school did Hooks mention?

5. How did Hooks compare the characteristics of middle and upper class women to men of the same class?

Short Essay Questions

1. What did Hooks say about self-actualization?

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 role did Hooks say student participation plays in the education process?

5. Was Hooks' first integrated friendship received with open arms?

6. Why did Hooks feel like her theoretical works were harshly criticized?

7. In terms of the types of job opportunities available for poor people, what was Hooks' view?

8. What was the overall theme of "Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom" up to Chapter 6?

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

10. How did Hooks describe dishonesty and how it can affect progress?

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