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Caitie Connor

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Transcript of Stereotyping

Caitie Connor Stereotyping Overview Stereotyping "Zombie" AKA Rick Genest The Bechdel Test Alison Bechdel "Dykes To Watch Out For" Bechdel, Alison. "Dykes To Watch Out For: the Rule." Comic strip. Dykes to Watch out for. N.p., n.d. Web. The Bechdel Test for Women in Movies. By Anita Sarkeesian. Youtube. N.p., n.d. Web. David, Mayra. "The Help: Perpetuating the Mammy Stereotype & Limiting Roles in Film." Her Circle Sept. 2011: Print. Kesler, Jennifer. "Why Film schools Teach Screenwriters not to Pass the Bechdel Test." The Hathor Legacy. June 2008. Macrae, C. Neil, Charles Stangor, and Miles Hewstone, eds. Stereotypes & Stereotyping. New York: The Guilford Press, 1996. Print. "Movies in the IMDb Top 250." Bechdel Test. N.p., n.d. Web. Ouellet, Raphaël. “Zombie Boy.” The Fashionisto. N.p., n.d. Web. Salinas, Moises F. The Politics of Stereotype: Psychology and Affirmative N.p.: n.p., 2003. Print. Action. Saving Private Ryan. Dir. Steven Spielberg. Screenplay by Robert Rodat. Dreamworks 1998. Film. Pictures, Smith, Stacy L., and Crystal Allene Cook. "Gender Stereotypes: An Analysis of Popular Films and TV." The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. N.p., n.d. Web. Wade, Lisa, and Gwen Sharp. “Skull Face and the Self-Fulfilling Stereotype.” Contexts 2010: n. pag. Print. Walia, Arjun. “How Do Humans Perceive Reality, and What Does It Matter?” Collective Evolution. Web. What the Bleep Do We Know!?: Down the Rabbit Hole. Dir. William Arntz, Betsy Chasse, and Mark Vicente. 2004. Film. Prejudice Discrimination cognitive expectations affective behavioral vs. vs. emotional response actions Stereotype Threat STEREOTYPE THREAT causes and THE MEDIA stereotype threat: Self-Fulfillment Bechdel Test experiencing in a situation where someone runs the risk of fulfilling a negative stereotype attributed to them, noun /sterētīp/ /THret/ ANXIETY WITH THE TYPICAL RESULT THAT the anxiety of confirming that stereotype hinders the person so much that it actually causes them to fulfill the stereotype anyways the rules: 1) two or more women in the film who 2) have at least one conversation together about 3) something besides a man there must be WHY? justification of ignorance and prejudice fuel for discrimination they help make sense of the world saves time and energy puts oneself in a positive light group categorization attempts to explain past actions upbringing
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