Test: Growing Up As Boys And Girls - 1


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QUESTION: 1

Which was a very important activity on the Samoan islands?

Solution:

Fishing was an important activity on the Samoan islands. Young people learnt to undertake long fishing expeditions. Both boys and girls used to look after their younger siblings. But, by the time a boy was about nine years old, he joined the older boys in to learn outdoor jobs like fishing and planting coconuts.

QUESTION: 2

__________ is a sense of self-awareness of who one is.

Solution:

Identity is a sense of self-awareness of who one is. It means to have your own sense of individualism.

QUESTION: 3

This term is commonly used to describe the women's work situation. It has emerged from a recognition that women typically labour both inside the home (housework) -and outside.

Solution:

Since she is expected to work in both fronts, it gives her the burden of both the household work and outside work called double burden.

QUESTION: 4

It refers to a range of tasks related to looking after and nurturing. Besides physical tasks, they also involve a strong emotional aspect.

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QUESTION: 5

When someone is not given due recognition for a task or job they have done, they can feel _____

Solution:

When someone is not given due recognition for a task or job they have done, they can feel de-valued, because it means treating someone or something as if they or it does not have importance.

QUESTION: 6

Were Harmeet and Shonali were correct in saying that their mother do not work

Solution:

household work does not create any production of goods but is one of essential works.

QUESTION: 7

It is a social construct and cannot be determined by biological differences

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QUESTION: 8

At what age did the boys of Samoan join older boys for learning outdoor jobs

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QUESTION: 9

After the age of ____ or so, girls also went on fishing trips, worked in the plantations and learnt how to weave baskets.

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QUESTION: 10

From which class did the girls and boys go to separate school in a town in Madhya Pradesh

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