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lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality

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Ethnic stereotyping has a fundamental problem when it comes to how much people rely on them to base their behavior and reaction to members of the stereotyped group.
Women are stereotyped as being "emotional (irrational), weak, nurturing and submissive" (Tyson 85).
One interpretation of these data is that women, especially those in STEM majors, may adopt an avoidance goal to avoid confirming the stereotyped belief that they cannot perform well in science.
Behavior confirmation, a specific type of self-fulfilling prophecy where expectations induce people to act in way consistent with those expectations (Snyder, Tanke & Berscheid, 1977), is an external threat, involving a situational threat of being stereotyped (Steele, 1999).
Stereotyped movements--motor responses that are repetitious and excessive in rate, frequency, or amplitude and are pursued in an invariant way--are a defining characteristic of autism (American Psychiatric Association, 2000; Schopler, 1995), but are also common among children with visual impairments, that is, those who are blind or have low vision (Troster, Brambring, & Beelmann, 1991) and those with other disabilities (Murdoch, 1996; Rojahn & Sisson, 1990).
When men and women are portrayed in less gender-stereotyped ways, it is usually women, and not men, who forge out of the stereotyped mold.
The film reminded me of how many times screenwriters have stereotyped CPAs as nerds over the years.
Over the years, Baptist preaching and Baptist preachers have often been stereotyped.
Stereotype threat proves that a group of people who have been stereotyped as having lower abilities (African-Americans) can accomplish great things academically when the teacher and others in the environment create an atmosphere that makes them confident they can learn and achieve at very high levels.
Agriculture is often stereotyped as a production-oriented industry made up only of farmers and input sales staff.
Also consider that the world of pimps and thugs so grossly stereotyped by Ghettopoly was inspired by images commonly promoted by African American recording artists and producers.
Comic books, and particularly the dominant genre of superhero comic books, have proven fertile ground for stereotyped depictions of race.
In his latest film, Washington has taken on the Herculean task of recasting the black antihero, betting it all on his ability to carry the day and not fall prey to playing a stereotyped role as a stereotype.
When we go to work, we should be able to earn a living without being subjected to discrimination or harassment because our personalities do not conform to reductive and stereotyped judgments concerning sex.
These shows "to edify curiosity" resulted in images of "narrow racialized types," forging a pan-European occidental i dentity of normality among the audience against the abnormal others as represented and stereotyped.