stereotype

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a trite expression or idea

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a conventional or formulaic conception or image

treat or classify according to a mental stereotype

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However, in keeping with contemporary understandings of racial steroetypes, the invocation of black male sexuality provides the quickest threat to the white nuclear family and best justifies white men's action.
This study reveals how the subjetcs (the mayority young, between the ages of 15 and 25) define and perceive the advantages and disadvantages and the reasons and ways to express suffering that every gender has through a series ofadjectives, qualities, and characteristics that are included in gender steroetypes.
With courage, tenacity and great joy they taught us all how to overcome obstacles, tear down racial barriers and ignore outdated steroetypes.
But 17-year-old Julia Blair from King's Park secondary in Glasgow has risen above the steroetypes, thanks to a girls-only introduction to engineering run by EMTA and funded by the Glasgow Development Agency.
Hyler and co-authors present six steroetypes moviemakers usually settle on their portrayal of mental patients: the rebelious free spirit (Jack Nicholson in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Next)," the "homicidal manic (Anthony Perkins in Psycho)," the "seductress (Jean Seberg in Lilith)," the "iconoclast (Sean Connery in A Fine Madness)," the "parasite (the group theraphy patients in Lovesick)," and the "zoo specimen (Woody Allen in Zelig).