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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. Hooks talked about making space for what?
(a) Others to speak.
(b) Others to write.
(c) Others to dance.
(d) Others to cry.
2. When Hooks teaches feminist theory classes that include a majority of white women, what interest does she find that many of the women have in feminist theory?
(a) How it could improve life for bisexual or homosexual women.
(b) How it could improve life for black women.
(c) How it could worsen life for men who believe in the patriarchal system.
(d) How it could improve life for non-bisexual and non-homosexual white women.
3. Who did Hooks say is expected to accept a greater degree of being silenced?
(a) Lower class.
(b) Highly educated people.
(c) Black men.
(d) White women.
4. What did Hooks say would be the experience for American blacks?
(a) How it feels when you transform from a minority to the majority race.
(b) How it feels when your minority is not the main one.
(c) How it feels to not be considered a minority or majority race.
(d) How it feels when your minority is the main one.
5. What did Hooks think is necessary to dismantle?
(a) Integration and matriarchy.
(b) Religion and patriarchy.
(c) White supremacy and patriarchy.
(d) Politics and matriarchy.
Short Answer Questions
1. Hooks said what of each region of the United States?
2. What is the great leap forward that Hooks received from one of her male students?
3. According to Hooks, who are more vulnerable to white men than white women?
4. In Chapter 12, Hooks reminded her readers of what being used in her childhood home?
5. What did Hooks say about the presence of a teacher in a classroom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Hooks say about the method she used to teach her students when the majority of them were black?
2. Who was Ron Scapp? What role did he play in Hooks' life?
3. What did Hooks say about girls and the oppressive conditions they face?
4. What did Hooks notice about classes that consisted mainly of white women concerning their interest in feminist theory?
5. What racial topic did Hooks mention in Chapter 12 that was mentioned in previous chapters?
6. In Chapter 8, what hierarchies did Hooks talk about dismantling? What will replace them?
7. Who is the target audience for "Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom" and what does this mean?
8. What does Hooks say about her students and liberating practices?
9. Hooks used Chapter 9 to do what with many of the ideas she previously discussed? How did the readers feel about these ideas?
10. What did Hooks say about black authors and feminists being one in the same?
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