Answer true girls cast as victims during moral panics

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ANSWER: True Girls cast as "victims" during moral panics are most often: ANSWER: white, middle-class girls Girls serving as domestic servants who are often forced to have sex with their masters, the sex trade, and prostitution are all examples of ________________, which contributes to the spread of HIV, according to Mukherjee (2007). ANSWER:Wage slavery Girls' socialization teaches them to: ANSWER:focus on relationships Goth women and Goth men conceive of the Goth community as a postfeminist space. ANSWER: False
Heather Hartley cites the example of Ray Moynihan's British Medical Journal article, "The Making of a Disease: Female Sexual Dysfunction" in "The 'Pinking' of Viagra Culture" (2006) in order to: ANSWER: All of the above Hilary Howard's 2011 New York Times article "Vibrators Carry the Conversation" argues that: ANSWER: Vibrators are becoming increasingly acceptable for women to talk openly about and to purchase "Hooking up," according to Kathleen Bogle (2010), does NOT have a precise meaning; it can mean kissing, sexual intercourse, or any form of sexual interaction between those two extremes. ANSWER: True Hooking up is a term widely used on campuses to describe heterosexual, homosexual and bisexual intimate interaction. ANSWER: False How did Jessica Fields' 'critical feminism' influence her work at Robeson MiddleSchool (2007)? ANSWER:A and B How did rape contribute to the Serbian "ethnic cleansing" that took place in Bosnia, Kosovo, and Yugoslavia, as cited by Nagel? Answer:All of the above
How did the girls in Myers' and Raymond's study in "Elementary School Girls and Heteronormativity: The Girl Project? co-construct heteronormativity for each other while they participated in group discussions and activities? ANSWER:All of the above How do Amanda E. Lewis and Laina Y. Bay-Cheng characterize the gap betweenthe mentoring program's "self-identification as feminist" and its "actual fidelity to feminist critique of gender and power" in "Our 'Ideal Girl'"? ANSWER:All of the above How does FGCS fit within the broader context of the medicalization of sexual behaviour, according to Virginia Braun (2005)? ANSWER:FGCS is framed as a solution to 'sub-par' sexual pleasure on the woman's part, which decontextualizes sex and locates deficiency in the woman's body/mind and offers an individualized solution How does the gay pornography business provide straight actors with the social conditions that allow them to have situationally specific male-male sexual behavior in the making of gay porn? ANSWER:All of the above How do medical-therapeutic practices help define and enforce a society's sexual hierarchy and sexual norms, according to McGann (2006)? ANSWER: An illness diagnosis can provide seemingly positive rational for restricting or changing individual sexual behaviors deemed 'disturbing' How is the AIDS epidemic impacting education in poor countries, according to Mukherjee (2010)?
ANSWER: All of the above How is the concept of the "naturalization" of gender differences used and to what ends (in academic work on gender)?

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