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What does the term sex refer to based on feminist theory?
a) differences in the way women and men dress b) used to distinguish men and women based on biological differences c) socially determined thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes about women and men d) intercourse
What does the term gender refer to based on feminist theory?
a) roles of women and men in society b) the sex that someone identifies with c) differences in the way women and men look and appear to others d) socially determined thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes about women and men
Gender roles are...
a) the sex that someone identifies with b) roles in a play that either women or men c) way social expectations affect psychological development d) behaviors generally considered socially appropriate for males or females
The term alpha bias refers to...
a) males being biased against women because they are in a position of power b) females being biased against men because they are in a position of power c) separating women and men into two categories, which can make women appear as separate and unequal d) treating men and women as identical and ignores real differences or similarities
The term beta bias refers to...
a) treating men and women as identical and ignores real differences or similarities b) females being biased against men because they are in a position of power c) separating women and men into two categories, which can make women appear separate and unequal d) males being biased against women because they are in a position of power
Androgyny is a concept that...
a) having both male and female sexual organs b) describes people that have both masculine and feminine psychological traits c) describes people with high levels of testosterone d) describes people as being asexual, or without sexual energy
Heterosexism is the concept that...
a) refers to homosexuals that discriminate against heterosexuals b) ignores the idea that societal myths than affect homosexual\'s psychological health c) being heterosexual is inherently better than being homosexual d) describes the process of becoming heterosexual
Homphobia refers to...
a) the dislike of homosexual people b) the dislike of being at home c) the dislike of minorities d) the dislike of females
Consciousness-raising groups are...
a) lead by a feminist therapist b) only raised at awareness but not at social action c) are focused on specific issues such as eating disorders, work stress, etc d) groups that dealt with women's roles and expectations in a culture that is full of discrimination
Radical verses liberal feminist therapists
a) neither type of therapist recognize the importance of anger as an appropriate response b) liberal feminist therapists become involved in changing social issues most all the time c) radical feminist therapists as less likely to believe that men can be capable feminist therapists d) differ based on the degree to which they participate in and challenge social change
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