SESSION 3 TAKE HOME EXAM 2010
SOC215 Gender, Family and Society
(covering first four study weeks)
1This document has three parts: PART A the two page answer sheet for the multiple choice questions; PART B the short answer question paper; and PART C the multiple choice question paper. Please return this instruction cover sheet and PART A and PART B (with your answers recorded). You do not need to return PART C.
2Enter your name and student number below.
3This test is worth a maximum of 40% for the subject. Attempt all 60 multiple choice questions (15%) and 5 short answer questions (25%). PART B (the short answer questions) only will be returned to you with a rubric feedback sheet (table). PART A (the multiple choice questions) will not be returned but a grade will be given.
4Questions are drawn from an understanding of the prescribed readings in the Readings Booklet, the Study Guide and your textbook.
5Place a BOLD CAPITAL X next to the correct answer on the two page answer sheet provided (PART A) There is only one correct answer for each multiple choice question. And please return the multiple choice answer sheet (PART A of the paper) and the short answer part (PART B of the paper), either in hard copy or electronic form through the normal assignment submission procedures – please do not reformat this paper in any way.
6Please submit PARTS A and B and this instruction cover sheet via EASTS or via mail to be received by CSU on or before Monday 13th December. NO EXTENSIONS will be considered unless there is serious misadventure and formal medical documentation is supplied.
7Incorrect answers or unattempted multiple choice questions will incur a correction of .25 of a mark deduction.
8This is an open book test which means that you can refer to your study materials in order to answer the test questions. It is to be completed independently. Collaboration with other students on this assessment item is not permitted.
SOC215 PART A
ANSWER SHEET to multiple choice take-home-exam
Name: Maha Sidhom Student number:11373482 Please indicate your answer by inserting a
BOLD CAPITAL X next to your chosen answer: abXcd
PART B Short Answer Question Sheet
(Type your answer below each question: 8 – 10 typed lines, max. 15 lines, black, 12 point Arial font. While reference to theories and concepts is encouraged, formal referencing is not required. However all answers should be paraphrased in your own words – there should be no direct ‘cut and paste’ or copying from other sources.)
1.Is it possible to distinguish between what is ‘natural’ and what is ‘cultural’ in relation to sex and gender? If so, provide examples. There is a fine line between sex and gender and at times they both interlink to each other to describe the person as a whole. When defining what is natural to what is cultural in relation to sex and gender one can say that sex is the natural perspective which distinguish whether you are a male or female it is how society has grouped sexuality according to the body parts and appearance where...