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Types of Stereotypes
Transcript of Types of Stereotypes
Stereotype about an individual or group which displays them in a poor light and is normally entirely unrepresentative of the actual situation.
If I wear Goth clothing I'm a part of a rock band, depressed, or do drugs.
All teenagers are rebels.
All children don't enjoy healthy food.
Guys are messy and unclean.
Girls are only concerned about physical appearance.
Men who spend too much time on the computer or read are geeks.
Stereotypes which claims to depict the admirable, favorable, or advantageous factors and traits of the members of a specific group or cultural class.
All Asians are geniuses.
All Indians are deeply spiritual.
All Latinos dance well.
All Whites are successful.
Asians have high IQs. They are smarter than most in Math and Science. These people are more likely to succeed in school.
All Canadians are exceptionally polite.
French are romantic.
All women like the color pink.
All women like dolls.
Women become cheerleaders.
Women take 2 hours to shower.
Women love mirrors.
Women like make-up.
Women are fussy about their hair.
Stereotypes exist of different races, cultures or ethnic groups. Although the terms race, culture and ethnic groups have different meanings, we shall take them to mean roughly the same thing at the moment.
Types of Stereotype
What kind of stereotype are you?
Can be friendly with someone so quickly.
So noisy when in a group.
A great number of Filipino men suffer from gambling and drinking problems.
Women are the bread earners.
Filipinos are geniuses.
Filipinos speak Pidgin English.
Gender stereotypes are simplistic generalizations about the gender attributes, differences, and roles of individuals and/or groups. Stereotypes can be positive or negative, but they rarely communicate accurate information about others.
Men are stronger and more aggressive.
Men are better at sports.
Men hate reading.
Men always have an "I don't care" attitude.
Men are tough.
Men are thickheaded.
Men like cars.
Men like hats.