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Quiz 1Question 1.Question :Our orientation to the class offered the following “take home”point:Student Answer:No single theory is appropriate for addressing complex phenomena. Theories are constantly offered, challenged, revised, and rejected.There is always one specific theory that can be used to interpret complex phenomena, such as social attitudes and behaviors. The challenge is finding that theory within the existing literature.
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 2.Question :_____________ theorists question the usefulness of universal, all-encompassing grand theories to explain the social world, arguing that there is no “right” way of seeing or describing the world, and that no two people share the same reality.
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 3.Question :The "personal is political" is a feminist statement that means:
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Points Received:0 of 1Comments:Question 4.Question :What are some factors that may account for the fact that the adolescent girls in the mentorship program in "Our 'Ideal Girl'" were not “quiet” or “willing targets” of their mentors’ attempts to “train” them in particular ways of understanding sexuality?
Points Received:0 of 1Comments:Question 5.Question :Although there is variation around the globe in terms of the gender-based organizational system known as “patriarchy”, some feminists have argued that contemporary
manifestations include:Student Answer:a belief system that presupposes the dominance (or hegemony) of certain groups of men (e.g., white men with money), the priority of high-status men’s agendas and interests, and the acceptability of men’s disproportionately large share of social and political powerwhose name is taken after marriage, who takes custody of property, including children, after a divorce or death, who is primarily responsible for child care and household labor, and who is expected to sacrifice their career in order to provide services to the familya “gender blind”, merit-based economy where we are all born equal, provided with equal amounts of love and nurture, supported and challenged in equal measure at school, provided with the same opportunities for career advancement, and a concerted effort to accommodate

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