1. Who said 'All women are the takers of ****' and all sex is ****?
- The unknown woman in the famous '59 feminist march
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2. What is the difference between a dual burden and a triple shift?
- Dual Burden: Women have to please their husband and children. Triple Shift: Women are used by men to do their shopping, cleaning and child-bearing.
- Dual Burden: Women are expected to produce babies and please men. Triple Shift: Women need to work three jobs to earn the same amount as their boyfriends/husbands.
- Dual Burden: Women are expected to do paid work and house work. Triple Shift: Women are expected to focus on children, the home and work.
- Dual Burden: Women have to please their husband and children. Triple Shift: Women are expected to focus on children, the home and work.
3. Post-modernist argue that there is such a diversity of jobs in post-modern society...
- because of the increase and broadening of skills and expertise taught.
- Schools should try to split their students into groups, less able and more able.
- Schools must teach lots of different skills and expertise.
- Because of the lack of definition in schools.
- Because of the bourgeoisie exploiting the proletariat.
4. What do Marxists believe the function of education is?
- To prepare the working class for a poor life. Education discourages the working class by teaching them upper class norms and values.
- To prepare the working class for a better life. Education gives the working class a chance at learning skills to support them in the real world.
- To compare upper-class students to working-class students in order to control society.
- To educate all equally.
5. What is the hidden curriculum?
- A curriculum that isnt taught through education, but through social media and peer-to-peer communication.
- Norms, values, morals and lessons that arent on the official curriculum but re learnt on the side.
- A curriculum that teaches working class pupils to be delinquent and upper class pupils to be successful, taught intentionally.
- Lessons taught in school that are limited.
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