stereotypical roles

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  • They cannot understand why a woman would dress like a man when they have fought so hard to escape such stereotypical roles.
  • The person may try out variety of stereotypical roles.
  • After that, he hung out at film studios and shootings but only got stereotypical roles.
  • Rodriguez managed to avoid the stereotypical roles typically given to black actors at the time.
  • Given the era that Dickerson performed, he was usually cast in stereotypical roles that were common in films of the time.
  • She took roles in some smaller films, having to accept stereotypical roles of maids and whores.
  • The stereotypical role of wifedom has also been explored through use of gynoids.
  • Usually the message is very subtle, and sometimes advertisements attract interest by changing stereotypical roles.
  • Entering, they begin to become civilized and assume the stereotypical roles and dress of people at a weekend party.
  • He acted in a number of Malayalam movies performing stereotypical roles of a senior police officer, judge or a priest.
  • He played many bit parts, often uncredited, as a menial worker such as the black butler, a stereotypical role.
  • Morgan's career expanded when talkies began, his most stereotypical role being that of a befuddled but good hearted middle-aged man.
  • Theodros plays a stereotypical role for a Death Knight, acting as a second in command to a more powerful Lich.
  • Ledonne added elements to the game to criticize subjects varying from public reaction to the disaster, to stereotypical role-playing game conventions.
  • Julia is an American sitcom notable for being one of the first weekly series to depict an African American woman in a non-stereotypical role.
  • Lucy refused to conform to the stereotypical role of the submissive wife, and wished to assert her power over slaves and servants.
  • A meta-analysis conducted later yielded similar results in which men and women are both perceived as more effective leaders in stereotypical roles and both are found ineffective in non-traditional roles.
  • Often dismissed by critics, the films gave Wong non-stereotypical roles which were publicized in the Chinese-American press for their positive images.
  • Like most Asian actors in non-Asian countries, he played primarily small, stereotypical roles, though he rose quickly to familiarity, if not fame, in a number of films.
  • Women are usually excluded and, when mentioned, are usually portrayed in sex-stereotypical roles, such as wives, mothers, daughters and mistresses.
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