6.Which concept refers to unwanted comments, gestures, or physical contact of a sexual nature? A) sexual harassment B) stalking C) gender violence D) female sexuality 7.Naomi Wolf points to what element of our culture in explaining mens power over women? A) our cultural ideas about parenting B) our cultural ideas about sports C) our cultural ideas about beauty D) our cultural ideas about work 8.Which concept refers to biological differences that provide women and men with different roles in reproduction? A) gender B) sex C) sexualâ€¦
Test 1 Texas A&M University – Central Texas PSYK 581-110 Contents 1. Chapter 2. 2 2. Chapter 4. 3 3. Chapter 5. 5 4. Chapter 6. 6 5. Chapter 7. 8 Chapter 2 1. Develop an example of each of the following scales: nominal, ordinal, interval, ratio. Nominal scales are really no scales at all, and are used when the information is of qualitative, instead of quantitative nature. An example of this would be gender (male, female). Ordinal scales are scales with the property of magnitude but without equal intervals or anâ€¦
English / The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner
A. Answering questions on the novel: Part 1
1. Where is the boy living?
He lives in England, in Essex in Borstal (type of school for boys who have broken the law)
2. Why does he not make a break for it on his long-distance running?
To escape and then to get caught is a fool’s game, and he’s not falling for it.
3. At what time of the day does he go out?
He makes his run at 5 o’clock in the morning.
4. What are they training him up for?
They’re training him up for the big sports day.
5. What did the governor say to him the first day?
“We want hard honest and good athletes” “And if you give us both of these things, you can be sure we will do right by you and send you back into the world an honest man”
6. What newspaper does the governor take?
Daily Telegraph, a conservative London daily newspaper
7. How far does he run?
8. What does he think about going into the army?
He thinks the army is just the same as the Borstal.
9. What is the name of the cup in question?
Borstal Cup for Long-Distance Cross-Country Running (All England)
10. Is the boy going to try to get the cup?
He says yes, but he doesn’t want to win this cup.
11. What will it mean to the governor if the boy wins the race?
That he makes money off him. He bets money on his victory.
12. What did the governor do when the boy came back late on the morning?
He sends him to the doctor for an X-ray and to have a look at his heart.
13. What does the boy say about honesty?
He is and always has been honest! He thinks his honesty is the only sort in the world.
14. State three things that the boy says about war.
He thinks his life in Borstal is worse then war. The war they think is war is suicide. The government’s wars aren’t his wars; they have nothing to do with him.
15. What is the most wonderful minute of the boy’s morning run?
Getting down to the water. Because there’s no other thought, word or picture of anything in his head while he is going there.
1. What did the boy’s mother do with the money she got after her husband’s death?
Buy some new clothes for the children, a new TV, a new carpet and a fur coat.
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11. His eyes were glued to the television.
12. That's six of one and half a dozen of another.
13. Cables must not get pinched or kinked.
14. The thief must be punished according to the law.
15. Santa is bringing his gifts trough the chimney.
16. The sword of a samurai is very sharp.
17. The doctor looks deep in the throat of a patient.
18. I walk down the footpath with my girlfriend.
19. Graffiti is becoming a Movement.
20. It’s hard to bring a car to a standstill
The Policeman who arrests him
I have chosen this person because he is very important for the following events. If he hadn’t visited frequently, the boy would still be able to hide his secret. I can’t identify myself with him. The Policeman seems to be quite sustained, but I’m lazier than he is.
I would never show up at the boy’s door so many times. According to the boy, the Policeman is very tall and he looks like Hitler. The last time he showed up at the boy’s house it’s was raining heavily. The bad weather helped him to solve the riddle. The only two persons having contact with him are the boy and his mother.
But the mother only plays a small role. Without him, the boy would not be punished by having to go to a school for boys who have broken the law. I have also chosen to describe the policeman’s character because he wants to bring just.....
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