CH 7 Practice Exam

CH 7 Practice Exam - FSW 261 CHAPTER 7 TEST True/False: 1....

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FSW 261 – CHAPTER 7 TEST True/False: 1. Gender-based segregation of labor usually involves disparity in power. 2. Gender-role stereotypes have little effect on an individual’s sense of being male or female. 3. Psychologist Carl Jung argued that integration of masculinity and femininity is essential to the  development of personal wholeness. 4. Adults do not have the capacity for change in their gender-role identity. 5. Wives continue to bear the responsibility for the housework. 6. A wife’s perception of equality in marriage is a good predictor of marital happiness. 7. In a conversation with neutralized symmetry, each spouse attempts to control the other. 8. Family power is defined as the ability of one individual to change the behavior of the other family  members. Multiple Choices: 1. Gender-based segregation of labor usually: a. Threatens intimacy. b. Promotes equality between spouses. c. Eliminates disparity in power. d. Corresponds with the goals of the feminist movement. 2. Gender-role stereotypes: a. Affect psychological development adolescence on. b. Imply that all males and only males possess masculine qualities. c. Are determined by biology. d. Create equal division of tasks. 3. A nationwide survey of couples found that happy couples were more likely to: a. Have a traditional division of tasks in housework. b.
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CH 7 Practice Exam - FSW 261 CHAPTER 7 TEST True/False: 1....

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