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Introduction The following essay will discuss the topic of stereotyping and how it affects society when practiced What is stereotyping and what are the causes Is it related to instinct These questions will be put reason based on fact When the facts have been made clear a valid opinion regarding the topic of stereotyping will be made Stereotyping is quite common among society yet it is also quite difficult point out what it really is Stereotyping is referred to as any theory or doctrine indicating that that actions of an individual reflect on his or her whole culture sex age race class or nationality It could also be considered as a tool which people use to label others In practice one looks at a other and begins to make generalizations about any physical or intellectual attributes one may possess and then classes them into a certain category Adopting stereotype ideas one assumes that the behavior of one represents everyone of that class If a young Japanese boy is excelling in math for example then a stereotype attitude would be to assume that all Japanese boys are good at math It is quite obvious that this is not always so Knowing this does that mean that stereotyping is wrong When is it considered correct if ever We are provided with prerogative to think however we like but is it correct in assuming that stereotyping is immoral and unfair This topic will be more discriptive through the proceeding Stereotyping As it was mentioned in the Introduction stereotyping is relative to making generalizations towards a whole culture class or nation etc based on the actions of one or a select few It is quite obvious that the accuracy rate of observing in such a manner would be quite minimal yet there are people who practice it and people who have done it before
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