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Wed, Apr 30, 2008 -- Final Exam Study Guide Format: Short-Answer essays. Identify and discuss, 3-5 sentences, any 10 of 20 items. Focus on: Week 10 material forward, especially the "Women and Animal" articles, including the 3 types of hunters; control strategies in battering; forms of battering; antipornography vs. hunter harassment laws; and major definitions like "anthropornography" and "mass terms." Hunting as sexual moment of killing is “orgasmic” sexual gratification through death Happy hunter = someone who hunts for pleasure/fun hobby Holy hunter = someone who hunts for the spiritual meaning; hunting as a religion; identify with the animal & return to a primal state; see hunting is biocentric but it’s actually necrocentric (connected to nature through death instead of life) Holist hunter = someone who hunts to “help the environment;” ex. = hunting deer to keep the population under control Most passages to manhood involve killing or oppression of animals or women Views on porn: o
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