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10/17/2019Chapter 9 test- Constructing Gender and Sexuality: FA2019 SOC 100-QL Intro to SociologyChapter 9 test- Constructing Gender and SexualityDueOct 18 at 11:59pmPoints100Questions50AvailableOct 13 at 12am - Oct 18 at 11:59pm6 daysTime LimitNoneInstructionsAttempt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 129 minutes88 out of 100Score for this quiz:88out of 100Submitted Oct 17 at 11:22pmThis attempt took 29 minutes.You are to provide the correct response to each question.2 / 2 ptsQuestion 1You are observing children on an elementary school playground. Why mightyou find some girls playing sports with boys, but almost no boys playing jumprope with girls?Parents have instructed their children to avoid any cross-gender playgroundactivities because they fear that it will lead to their children being labeled“abnormal.”Children are mocked by their peers for crossing gender lines, and boys aremocked more than girls.Boys develop more slowly than girls and, therefore, they tend to not be goodat jumping rope when they’re in elementary school.Correct!Correct!
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10/17/2019Chapter 9 test- Constructing Gender and Sexuality: FA2019 SOC 100-QL Intro to SociologyBoys are more naturally suited for the physical competition of sports, whereasgirls excel at the sort of cooperation that goes into activities like jumping rope.2 / 2 ptsQuestion 2Judge Aaron Persky was asked by prosecutors to sentence a man foundguilty of rape to six years in prison. Instead, Aaron Persky handed down asentence of six months in county jail. Many felt that by handing down a lightsentence for a serious crime, Aaron Persky was normalizingCorrect!Correct!
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the feminization of poverty.2 / 2 ptsQuestion 3For what category of crime are women more likely to be arrested than men?Correct!Correct!
10/17/2019Chapter 9 test- Constructing Gender and Sexuality: FA2019 SOC 100-QL Intro to Sociology2 / 2 ptsQuestion 4Most sociologists argue that gender is a social construction and theyacknowledge the possibility that binary male-female categories are not theonly way of classifying individuals. This perspective is calledCorrect!Correct!
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Term
Fall
Professor
Hamilton
Tags
Declaration of Sentiments, The Feminine Mystique, Constructing Gender and Sexuality

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