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School stereotyping

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Katlyn Malone

on 30 April 2010

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Transcript of School stereotyping

School Stereotyping My injustice is school stereotyping. Stereotyping is when someone judges you based on how you dress, who you hang out with or talk to, and by what they do. Stereotyping happens because people don't want to get to know the real you. They would rather judge the things different between them and you. Everyone, once in awhile, stereotypes people, and everyone is victimized because everyone doesnt know everyone. Everyone would also be able to stop
stereotyping if they just sat down and get
to know people better. A plan to stop stereotyping, in your school, or class, would be to get everyone to actually talk to each other. Like on activity day, most people stay with the people from their own class. Geek General Stereotyping Goth/Emo Popular Skater Preppy Cheerleaders Jock
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