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  • Conservatism could also be seen with stereotypical images of young people graduating from college.
  • The two are shown to have a large number of children with stereotypical hillbilly names, and add to their family casually.
  • He wears a turban and suit but with stereotypical middle eastern features.
  • This, along with stereotypical media portrayals of middle eastern youth, prompted her to found the Mideast Youth network.
  • Experiments on the topic found that in-group homogeneity is displayed when people who highly identify with a group are presented with stereotypical information about that group.
  • Sometimes mocked as a comfortable middle-class series with stereotypical comic yokels, the programme has nonetheless tackled many serious social issues.
  • Sometimes people can over-generalize or label cultures with stereotypical and subjective characterizations.
  • It is also associated with stereotypical communists and officials.
  • The lyrics of the song begin with stereotypical partying themes, with seemingly out-of-place references to gay marriage made sparingly.
  • Only the nature of the comedy in this sketch have dated it somewhat, with stereotypical allusions to homosexuality.
  • A qualitative review of previous literature looking at self-report data suggests that men and women use impression management tactics in the corporate world that are consistent with stereotypical gender roles when presenting themselves to others.
  • Much of the literature available to young children in the earlier half of the twentieth century was rife with stereotypical portrayals of blacks, including false dialects, illustrations, and offensive words.
  • Chicago's work incorporates stereotypical women's artistic skills, such as needlework, counterbalanced with stereotypical male skills such as welding and pyrotechnics.
  • With stereotypical aristocratic eccentricity he often drove without shoes, and at his final race in Germany was even seen taking practice laps wearing a Beatles wig, rather than his helmet.
  • The butch and femme identities or roles among some lesbians also engender their own subculture with stereotypical attire, for instance drag kings.
  • The gender difference between role models and female students has shown to have no significant effect on student attitudes, whereas perceived dissimilarity with stereotypical role models showed a negative effect on self-confidence in pursuing STEM careers.
  • The club is a depiction of a gothic/fetish nightclub, filled with stereotypical members of goth, punk, and other modern subcultures.
  • The second was the tendency for photographers from the 19th century into the 20th to depict Mexico as an exotic entity, often with stereotypical images created for foreign markets.
  • The song's CB dialog includes parodied British, German, Russian, and Japanese accents, with stereotypical mispronounced words.
  • It was frequently mentioned with stereotypical accoutrements of the period such as raccoon coats and illicit "bathtub gin".
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