Jean Grimshaw's Critique of Essentialism Video


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Which school of thought espouses there is an inborn difference in the intellect of men and women?

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1. Traditionally speaking, which of these would an essentialist say maximizes a woman's potential?

2. Which of these was written by Jean Grimshaw?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet duo will help you gauge the extent of your knowledge on essentialist views, the works and views of Jean Grimshaw, and different psychological schools of thought.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

More precisely, you will answer questions focused on:

  • Essentialist views of women
  • The way of thinking that separates men and women on an inherent level
  • Jean Grimshaw's writings
  • Grimshaw's view on women in the home
  • Grimshaw's view on the differences between men and women

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding differences between men and women
  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about gender roles in a different light
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about Jean Grimshaw

Additional Learning

If you're itching to know more about essentialism, take a look at the affiliated lesson named Jean Grimshaw's Critique of Essentialism. With this lesson you will be further informed on:

  • Womanhood
  • Nurture's affect on gender
  • Grimshaw's take on essentialism