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People label one another because of that persons appearance Many people make judgments and beliefs about that person before they even get to know them For many humans this is an action that comes naturally and almost everyone is aware that it goes on day by day People mainly target the new unfamiliar faces or people they have never met before and know nothing about When people start believing that label they start seeing that person for what that label is and nothing else Labeling encourages stereotyping and the thought that every person can fit under a specific category There are many ways people are looked at or judged by some of these ways are by clothing hair styles weight sports you do or dont play the people you are friends with or the people you hang around the piercings or tattoos you have and many more Some of the main groups that People would put you in are the groups labeled jock hipster reserved and Goth If I were in Ms Gruewells classroom I think I would be judged by my skin color In the book the students seem to judge and assume that because of your skin color or the way you look you would hangout with the group that has your same background or looks the same as you They would assume that I would hangout with the Spanish group People would also judge me because I am a cheerleader People tend to stereotype cheerleaders as snobs and are said not to socialize with everyone Sophomore Year fall 1995- Diary 36It is important to read books by listen to and learn from people who are different from us so you can learn more about how other people live and about other peoples family background You can also learn about how that person can relate to you When you read a book for instance by another author you havent heard about or have
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