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lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality

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As Table 2 indicates, on each dimensions the majority of men and women indicated they stereotyped neither men nor women as being better stylists.
Feathers, tomahawks, and tipis: A study of stereotyped "Indian" imagery in children's picture books.
Fourth, our findings suggest that differences in the warmth component of stereotype content makes a difference to the way people write about and behave to toward members of a stereotyped group.
Stereotype threat requires a high-degree of domain identification (concern about performing well in a specific content area) as well as being negatively stereotyped for performance in this content area (Steele, 1997).
20) Although these are certainly legitimate interests for immigration laws in general, in the context of section 309, each interest incorporates a stereotyped presumption that females have closer personal and emotional contact with their children than males do.
Before the plot thickens, a student in his class explains to him that people are sometimes stereotyped as homosexuals because they are well-dressed and love Shakespeare, and the point is made that stereotyping is bad.
By terminating Oiler because he did not conform to the company's stereotyped notions of how a man ought to look and act, Winn-Dixie violated state and federal laws that bar sex discrimination, the ACLU contends.
Gupta & Bhawe, 2007), and a reduced sense of belonging to the stereotyped domain (e.
This research shows that because people are members of multiple social groups that often have contradictory performance stereotypes (for example, Asian females in the domain of math), making them aware of both a positive group stereotype and a negative stereotype eliminates the threat and underperformance that is usually seen when they dwell only on their membership in a negatively stereotyped group," Rydell said.
Accordingly, the present research further investigates the relationship between attributions for stereotype-relevant behaviours and stereotype-based beliefs about the stereotyped target group.
Stereotyped discourse is one of the ways in which individuals belonging to minorities are interpellated into the social text and, indeed, come to understand themselves as belonging to those minorities.
I think it's interesting that Jews can be stereotyped by conflicting images, that a Jewish woman can be stereotyped at the same time as sexual and frigid, exotic and homely,'' Kleeblatt observes.
Stereotypes are generally believed to be activated in the absence of individuating information whenever an individual encounters, or merely considers, members of stereotyped groups.
They were then presented with stereotype-disconfirming information about members of a specific target group and subsequently evaluated a member of the group about which disconfirming information had been presented and a member of each of two other stereotyped groups about which no information had been presented.
Although their shows were short-lived and their roles stereotyped, at least two of these women, Laura Bowman and Abby Mitchell, achieved two Broadway openings in one season, and garnered positive reviews for the strength and independence of their performances.