- n. Plural form of stereotype.
“Lippmann (1922), for example, used the term stereotypes to describe our stock of mental images.”
“One of the stereotypes is assumption that females are not competitive.”
“Perry has dealt in stereotypes and rude humor, with a side order of sanctimony.”
“It probably has something to do with how my brain stereotypes things, based on conditioning and external environmental factors.”
“The best way to demystify stereotypes is to be united under one “tent.””
“Larry Iannaccone notwithstanding, the main stereotypes about fundamentalist Christians check out.”
“Marketing by stereotypes is never a good idea, and yet it remains a socially acceptable gimmick when addressing the GLBT community.”
“In addition, Kon mixes in stereotypes and symbolism into all layers of his film — drag queens and angels interact with yakuza and hit men in ways which both pokes ironic fun at melodrama, and also shows why well-done melodrama so aptly resonates with all of us.”
“Even though the US and Australia are culturally very close to each other (certainly compared with the difference between Australia and Japan) it can be annoying watching American depictions of Australia (certain stereotypes reflected again and again).”
“As a grown up tomboy who ended up marrying a man who sat still as a young boy, I find dealing in stereotypes completely unhelpful to the conversation.”
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