stereotypical views

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  • This series of images are based upon ones stereotypical view of the subject matter.
  • He wanted to change their stereotypical view that it was only grass "up there".
  • Gall's songs often featured lyrics based on a stereotypical view of the teenage mind.
  • Stereotypical views of software suggest that it is written by nerds and used by individuals, but the reality may be different.
  • In both studies the students exposed to the sports mascot were more likely to express stereotypical views of Asian-Americans.
  • Barabas begins the play in his counting-house -- perhaps already playing on the stereotypical view of Jews being misers.
  • In the UK, on the other hand, camp is an adjective, often associated with a stereotypical view of feminine gay men.
  • There are many stereotypical views of each person to coincide with the preferred image of a nuclear family in the post-war era of the 1950s.
  • Another frequently heard Manx expression is meaning time enough, and represents a stereotypical view of the Manx attitude to life.
  • The term Occidentalism has sometimes been used to refer to negative or stereotypical views of the Western world found in Eastern societies.
  • The casting site also is written in a stereotypical view of how Bostonians supposedly speak, leaving out the letter R in many instances.
  • It has been critically panned both in Manchester as well as the wider UK for showing a very stereotypical view of the residents.
  • Another term used in Manx English is, meaning time enough, and represents a stereotypical view of the Manx attitude to life.
  • A later Stooges short, The Yoke's on Me, showed a stereotypical view of the Japanese people.
  • It is not particularly close to well-known California cities such as Los Angeles and San Francisco, and is not in line with the stereotypical view of California.
  • The stereotypical view of comics stores is that they are dim, cramped and dusty places with a no-girls-allowed clubhouse atmosphere.
  • This view has been criticised for including in its notion of tradition practices which are no longer considered to be desirable, for example, stereotypical views of the place of women in domestic affairs.
  • Some regard the book as resorting to a stereotypical view of the Japanese, casting them as weak-minded people neglecting to change their country for the better out of fear.
  • Peter appears to be the stereotypical view of feminism that all feminists think that all men are jerks and cheat on their girlfriends.
  • This prompted an official complaint to the BBC by Liverpool City Council, upset at his stereotypical views about car crime in the city.
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