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How can stereotyping affect group relations?

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  1. Stereotyping is thinking/believing/saying that all _______ are _________.

    (all old people are bad drivers)

    (all blondes are dumb)

    (all Chinese students are super-smart)

    (all women who wear glasses are English teachers)

    etc., etc.

    What have you thought of? And how do YOU think these kinds of beliefs affect how people do or don't interact well together? What are some examples you can think of?

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  2. Possibly this article will help a little more;

    http://www.members.cox.net/dagershaw/lol/Prejudice.html

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