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Publication Date: May 5, 1977
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Final Examination iay 5o 1977
Pol Sci 30105
Sex & Class in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Chaney


NOTEs This take-home examination must be delivered to my mail
box in Dealy Halle sixth floor by 5 p.om. on Thursdayo klay
19. 1977, No examinaSt'in can be accepted after that date,
so if you pan to be Ti, better get the exam handed in first
Indeed. you are welcome to hand in your exam at any time
before the deadline.

You are provided one blue-book, and it is suggested that
you do a draft or drafts on scrap paper, then copy your final
version into the book. If you write very large, you may add
up to 3 pages of plain paper (aut to blue-book size and
stapled into the blue-book)o DO NOT write a longer examu



Is it a "myth," as Farrell (p. 150) asserts, that "women
have at least 'come a long way, baby' in the last ten or twenty
years"? L.uch of the contemporary scholarship on women -- parti-
cularly the anthropological, historical and political selections
we have read -= attempt to demonstrate that women's role, parti-
cularly in economic and political life -- is more equal in pre-
industrial societies (both past and contemporary) than women's role
in developed industrialized societies today.

Trace the argument in the literature on women's worsening
position, indicating why the argument is important and speculating
on what implications it would have for the contemporary women's
movement if it were true.

Finally, say whether or not you agree with the argument that
women in industrialized societies are worse off today, and what
your prognosis is for the future of women's equality.
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Notes Cull your facts and examples from the books assigned for
the course and your class notes. You do not need to, and
will not be expected to, do any more research beyond these
sources for the exam.
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Bill; Nash article, 11 pages 777
Chaney & Schmink 12 .84
Reid 6 .42
NYTimes "Clergy Rev." 2 .14
Kobiliz of Women in 3 societies complimentary
Bourque 22 1..54
Gough 12 .84
Sutton (forget it, as we didn't use)
Graham 8
TOTALS 5. 1




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