A. It suggests that the suppression of women is part of a historical climate that will naturally fade away. B. It suggests that gender roles are conditioned by the possession of money and power.
C. It suggests that gender has power over class.
D. It suggests that education, rather than money, is needed for the liberation of women.
A. Gender does not reflect an essential truth, but rather is a role people play based on their internalization of socially constructed gender roles.
B. Gender roles do not exist.
C. Real gender roles are scripted by excellent writers.
D. Only individuals who have the capacity to perform have gender.
A. Kristeva rejects the idea that neuroses provide insight into the unconscious.
B. Kristeva suggests that women are not subject to traditional fetishes. C. Kristeva offers a more central place for women’s issues within psychological development.
D. Kristeva fundamentally disagrees with the idea of the mirror stage.
A. Language includes multiple social dialects and jargons.
B. Language can include socioideological contradictions from the past. C. Language exhibits and is bound up in the social lives and historical context of the people who speak it.
D. Language is loaded with the intentions of others.