SOCI midtermexamreview - Midterm Test Review Intro to Women and Gender Studies\/SOCI and WMST 207-Fall 2007 James Dean Steger Page 1\/13 Please complete

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Midterm Test Review – Intro to Women and Gender Studies/SOCI and WMST 207-Fall 2007 – James Dean Steger – Page 1/13Please complete the following questions to the best of your ability. The numbering (5/1) at the beginning of the question is for my reference only. It will not guide you in finding the answers. The test will cover chapters 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 as well as the Gay Culture Article emailed to you. Also, any movies, power points, or class lectures/discussions may be included on the test. Half of the following questions will be on your exam. They will not be exact (answer a maybe answer c for example). You may work independently or with a group of individuals in class to find answers in the book. All of the following questions will be out of the Our Sexualities text. There may be a few from the Jagose book, and very few if any from the masculinities book. I have decided that questions regarding the sexual orientation chapter as well as the love and communications chapter will be included on the final exam. You are only responsible for the chapters listed above. Iwill not give out answers to the questions listed on the review, unless youdemonstrate to me that you have looked for the answer (possible page numbersfor example). GOOD LUCK ON THE REVIEW/TEST. As you may notice, the midterm is really focused on a lot of the biological aspects of sexuality. Make sure you know all of the biological, chromosomal, and hormone properties of both males and females.Remember, the test is scheduled for Monday, October 15. You will need to bring a scantron. There will be 50 multiple choice questions and possibly a bonus question.1. (5/1) When a group shares a common ancestry, religion and language we refer to theira.race.b.sociology. c.social identity.d.ethnicity. 2. (6/1) According to the authors of the text, which of the following governs human sexuality to a greater degree?3. (8/1) Which of the following statements most accurately reflects the authors’ perspectives in writing this book?factors

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