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and discuss how these to settlements development differently and their different sex regulations. 12. (3) What are the four areas of sex regulation that the authors focus on? 13. (5) Sandra Lee Bartky, Foucault, and Femininity and the ….. Discuss the process through gender becomes culturally accepted. Multiple Choices: Three Points each (12) 14. Alfred Kinsey was a: ± Chemist ± Biologist ± Social Scientist ± None of the Above ± All of the Above
15. Kinsey’s work is important because:
± His research on sex in the human male and female. 16. Kinsey taught at the university of ± Chicago ± Michigan ± Indiana 17. Kinsey studied sexual behavior using a: ± Social scientific approach. ± As a biologist. ± Using the social morality theory. True or False: Three Points (18) A History of Women’s Bodies, Rose Weitz: 18. ______ Married Women’s Property Act 1839: “…the law gave married women the right to retain property they owned before marriage and any wages they earned outside the home ______ Victorian Era: “…ideas about middle class white women’s sexuality, which depicted women as the objects of male desire, emphasized romance and downplayed female sexual desire and reinforced a sexual double standard” 19. ______ Sir William Blackstone: English legal theorist, “…published his encyclopedic codification of English law in 1769” 20. ______In 1938 Kinsey was invited by Herman Wells, the president of the university (a personal

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