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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, this view neglects the effect of stereotypes. The nature of the process may be better revealed in the encoding flexibility model (Allen, Sherman, Conrey, & Stroessner, 2009), according to which, stereotype-consistent information is encoded in a conceptual or gist-based manner, whereas stereotype-inconsistent information benefits from extensive data-driven encoding.
Scenarios likely to be problematic under the new rule - that ads must not include gender stereotypes which are likely to cause harm or serious or widespread offence - also include a man with his feet up while a woman takes sole responsibility for cleaning up her family's mess, a man struggling to change a nappy, or a woman unable to park a car.
Labour MP David Lammy, who will co-chair the commission, said: "Unjust stereotypes are massively detrimental to our society.
Six in 10 parents agreed the way products were marketed for children reinforced stereotypes, according to the Fawcett study.
"Shattering Black Male Stereotypes" provides every black man with the vitality, insight, and inspiration to transform his life for the better and live more soulfully.
The rule follows a review which found that some campaigns could reinforce harmful stereotypes, which in turn could restrict people's choices, aspirations and opportunities.
The results of the study contribute to assessing the attitude of the population and the students of the lyceums in two cities (Bishkek and Osh) and two regions (Osh and Chui) of the Republic to the people with disabilities and provide an opportunity to reveal widespread negative stereotypes in respect of these groups of people.
For the purpose of this paper, I will use the definition proposed by Stangor, according to whom: "stereotypes represent the traits that we view as characteristic of social groups, or of individual members of those groups and particularly those that differentiate groups from each other.
Essays in World Languages and Cultures: Stereotypes and the Challenges of Representation
Ella Smillie, head of the watchdog's gender stereotyping project, said: "Gender stereotypes in ads can contribute to harm for adults and children.
The queen is the most powerful piece on the chessboard, and she perhaps becomes an even more dominant force when a woman is the one moving her. A new study shows that female chess players rise to the occasion when they are playing against men who are ranked higher than them, performing better and defying expectations about how negative stereotypes affect people's behavior.
A CAMPAIGN designed to challenge gender stereotypes in relation to domestic violence has launched today.
ADVERTISING that uses potentially harmful gender stereotypes such as mothers cleaning up after the family alone or fathers failing at simple household tasks is to be banned next year, regulators have announced.
Aging stereotype is a broad concept defined as a cliche or a set of views used for characterizing older people, but encompassing a network of constructs that have not been well distinguished: cultural stereotypes, when the stereotype is attributed to a given culture, country, community; personal stereotypes, when the stereotype is attributed to the respondent; self-stereotyping, when the stereotype refers to the respondent him/her-self; and self-perception of aging, when an individual is referring to him/her-self and the process of aging.