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Italian stereotype

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Chiara Ermini

on 13 May 2010

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Transcript of Italian stereotype

Italian Stereotype What is a stereotype?
A stereotype is a commonly held public belief about specific social groups, or types or individuals.
Stereotypes are standardized and simplified conceptions of groups, based on some prior assumptions.
Generally speaking, these "stereotypes" are not based on objective truth, but rather subjective and sometimes unverifiable content-matter.
Italian Stereotypes:

An Italian is a "Momma Boys"
An Italian is a "Mafioso"
An Italian is a "Fashion Victim"
An Italian is "Chaotic"
An Italian is a "Food Lover" Italian Stereotypes with Women:

An italian man flirts like other men breathe
An italian man is an unforgettable lover
An italian men loves women -all sorts of women in all shapes and sizes, of all races and creeds-. Italian language stereotypes:

Arrogant
Speaking fast
Lot of Gestures
No foreign Languages
Swear often
Speak loud
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