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5 Matching questions

  1. oppression
  2. alienation
  3. ferms
  4. essentialism
  5. race
  1. a human behavior is essential *
  2. b has ovaries but also parts of the male genitalia.
  3. c people that are perceived to have distinctive hereditary characteristics.
  4. d 'exclusion', not belonging to the community or dominant culture.
  5. e dominate controls benefits from injustice of exploitations and abuse that is derived from the subordinate.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. perceived by others to have shared cultural characteristics. (language, symbols, religion)
  2. 'roles.' the social norm and expectations attached by being male/female by major institutions.
  3. 'genetic' the biological distinctions & features between males females, and intersexed. there are five sexes - female/male/herms/merms/ferms. (genetic determinations)
  4. both ovaries and testes.
  5. any previous group that hasn't been classified previously. (ex: interracial relationship, blood was supposed to be kept pure not diluted.)

5 True/False questions

  1. intersexual'genetic' the biological distinctions & features between males females, and intersexed. there are five sexes - female/male/herms/merms/ferms. (genetic determinations)

          

  2. passingpeople that are perceived to have distinctive hereditary characteristics.

          

  3. mermshas testes but also parts of the female genitalia.

          

  4. stereotypesset rules and expectations.

          

  5. standpointindividual that looks a certain race, sounds like a certain race and is automatically "passed off" or assumed as that race.