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Stereotypical Perceptions of Life Stages

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preena patel

on 20 March 2013

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M1 - Describe stereotypical perceptions of life stages and their possible effects on development 13/03/13 Stereotypes during
Childhood Stereotypes during
Adolescence Stereotypes during
Adolescence Effects on PIES Accuracy Accuracy Effect on PIES Accuracy? Stereotypes during
Childhood Stereotypes during
Infancy Accuracy Effects on PIES What is a stereotype? Stereotypes during
Infancy > Having a dummy
> Temper tantrums
> Going to nursery
> Drinking from a bottle
> First words
> Learning to walk
> Babies cry all the time Having a dummy – not all babies will

Temper tantrums – not all babies have these, its a stereotype

Going to nursery – many babies don’t go to nursery, they go straight to reception

Drinking from a bottle – many babies are breastfeed

First words – some babies don’t learn to talk until they start school – parents speak different languages, parents don’t talk to them, neglected.

Learning to walk – parents do not promote this, neglect Accuracy > What do we mean by accurate?
- How accurate is the norm?

> Why do some people not follow the stereotype/norm?

> Some people feel pressure to follow the norm, where as others choose to steer away Accuracy ? > Going to school
> Learning to read and write
> Language development advances
> Learning how to skip/hop/jump/dance
> Having a big friendship circle Going to school – some children are home schooled

Learning to read and write – some children leave primary school not knowing how to read or write

Having a big friendship circle – children that are home schooled do not experience making friends > Mood swings
> Spots
> Maturation
> Puberty
> Going to university
> Experimenting
> Inappropriate clothing
> Terrible ‘teens’ reputation
> Gangs
> Getting involved with alcohol and drugs
> Having sexual relationships Going to university – some people chose not to go at all

Experimenting – with drugs and alcohol

Inappropriate clothing – wearing a hooded jacket means they are violent or seen like in a ‘gang’

Peer pressured to wear certain things or try new things

Because people have been known to hang around in a gang, do they live up to this reputation od being in a gang Accuracy .... Stereotypes: thinking all people who belong to a certain group are the same and labelling them, for example all young people who wear hoodies are thugs.
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