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              Stereotypes are generalizations of people groups based on past experiences, which are deep-rooted in the psyche of the people. There are examples of racial stereotypes. For instance, The Asians are stereotyped to be good at mathematics; the blacks are stereotyped to be good at athletics and dancing. These can be regarded as positive stereotypes. Other stereotype like "All Muslims are terrorists" is a negative stereotype.More...

 

Stereotype Of Senior Citizens

Stereotype Of Senior Citizens                The stereotyping of senior citizens is usually called ageism, and it is stereotyping of individuals or groups because of their age. As is the case with other stereotypes, this group too has certain beliefs, attitudes attached to it. Unfortunately, most senior citizens need to deal with the "old dogs, new tricks" labeling. It is assumed that senior citizens do not know as much about say, computers or other electronic gadgets as the youngsters do.More...

 

Why Do People Stereotype Blondes ?

Why Do People Stereotype Blondes                 Blonde stereotype is a stereotype perception of blond-haired women. Blonde stereotype has two aspects. Firstly, blonde hair in women has been considered attractive and desirable and secondly, the belief that a blonde woman makes little use of her intelligence and relied more on her looks. This stereotype is a combination of historical stereotype, bad press, and human nature.More...

 

What Is A Stereotype ?

What Is A Stereotype                  Stereotype is a fixed, commonly held belief, notion or image of specific social groups, or types of individuals. It is based on standardization or generalization of some observed or imagined trait of behavior or appearance. Stereotype, usually, reflects perceptions that certain groups of people hold about others, who are different from them.More...

 

Example Of Stereotype

Example Of Stereotype                  No matter how hard people try, invariably they end up putting people into categories based on what they know, what they think they know or what they believe in. This is known as stereotyping. Some examples of stereotype are as follows:Gender stereotypes:Men make great business leaders and women make good home-makers.More...

 

Stereotype Of Men

Stereotype Of Men                 Gender stereotypes generalize gender traits, differences, and roles of individuals. Common stereotypes of men based on psychological research are that they are dominant, achievement-oriented, active, ambitious, coarse, forceful, aggressive, self-confident, tough, rational, and unemotional.Gender stereotypes attribute traits such as aggressiveness and rationality to men. These set of traits can be deemed positive.More...