Signs of Life in the U.S.A. Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


What does the essay, "Warrior Dreams," by James William Gibson, point out? (from We've Come a Long Way, Maybe: Gender Codes in American culture)


Who is the cultural icon for females of all ages, from childhood to womanhood, according to Emily Prager? (from American Icons: The Myth Characters of Popular Culture)


What is Michael Parenti's argument in "Class and Virtue?" (from The Hollywood Sign: The Culture of American Film)


What is the sign represented by cubicles in an office, according to Daphne Spain? (from Popular Spaces: Interpreting the Built Environment)


What does Amanda Fazzone claim in her essay "Boob Tube?" (from Video Dreams: Television, Music, and Cultural Forms)

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