NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Womens Studies (Paper-II): Questions 85 - 89 of 628

Access detailed explanations (illustrated with images and videos) to 628 questions. Access all new questions we will add tracking exam-pattern and syllabus changes. Subscription can be renewed yearly absolutely FREE! View Sample Explanation or View Features.

Rs. 350.00 or

How to register?

Question number: 85

» Theories in Women Studies » Marxism

Edit

Appeared in Year: 2010

MCQ▾

Question

Marxist Feminism explains women’s oppression in terms of? (Dec)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Class oppression

b.

Reproductive oppression

c.

Class and gender oppression

d.

Prevalence of Patriarchy

Question number: 86

» Theories in Women Studies » Socialism

Edit
MCQ▾

Question

Which of the following contributed to standpoint theory?

  1. Sandra Harding
  2. Arundhati Roy
  3. Patricia Hill Collins
  4. Vandana Shiva

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

1 and 3

b.

2 and 1

c.

3 and 4

d.

2 and 3

Question number: 87

» Theories in Women Studies » Basic Concepts

Edit
MCQ▾

Question

Patriarchy is defined as: (Dec)

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

A consumerist society

b.

A male dominated society

c.

An egalitarian society

d.

A female dominated society

Question number: 88

» Theories in Women Studies » Radicalism

Edit
MCQ▾

Question

The concept of patriarchy is associated with

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Post Modern Feminism

b.

Radical Feminism

c.

Liberal Feminism

d.

Eco feminism

Question number: 89

» Theories in Women Studies » Liberalism

Edit
MCQ▾

Question

Which of the following is correct about Liberal Feminists?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

They focus on individual rights and autonomy; minimise male/female difference; emphasize on equality of opportunity and promote strategies that tear down barriers, seek to extend to women the individual rights gained by men.

b.

They focus on material conditions and how these create oppressive societal structures, particularly class; emphasize effort to reform communities and institutions; stress social relations and responsibilities more than individual rights.

c.

They maximise male/female difference, stress the positive value of women’s ‘different voice’ and emphasize the importance of incorporating this into the legal system; seek to recover and revalue women’s culture, especially maternal values.

d.

They maximise male/female difference but stress disparities in power, especially male dominance; focus on sexuality and sexual relations as key to patriarchal oppression; seek to use law to help women “take control of their own bodies”.

Developed by: