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Is stereotyping inevitable?

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You take one look at a person and immediately construct some sort of judgment - we may try to act like we don't but ... are stereotypes just a way of life?
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Yes. You already have an impression based on how people look and dress. You already put labels on them. That's just life nowadays.
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When you see someone, you automatically look for clues as to what they are as a person. You look at their things, how they carry themselves and their clothes. You try to put them in a box as to what they are in society and form impressions. We tend to judge people by their outside appearances and that seems to be normal for most.
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It always happens to me. People automatically assume that I will always eat curry just because I am Indian. Newsflash people, we do eat different kinds of food not just curry.
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People judge you the moment they see you. If you give off this certain vibe, or look weird...people will assume the worst.
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When you see someone, you automatically look for clues as to what they are as a person. You look at their things, how they carry themselves and their clothes. You try to put them in a box as to what they are in society and form impressions. We tend to judge people by their outside appearances and that seems to be normal for most.
Yes it's sad how superficial people can be. But society dictates which sort of people are cool, rebels or wallflowers.
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We always judge people before we get to know them. That's a given. It's normal for everybody.
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Stereotyping is unavoidable in light of the fact that everybody manages without knowing it. You can stay there and say that you could never or has never stereotyped anybody in your life well it's a lie in light of the fact that everybody does it. It's something that everybody single individual does automatically. When you see somebody or something that generalizations you've grown up finding out about helps you speculate what one individual is going to do or what they get a kick out of the chance to do, however we don't know until we converse with them yet let's be honest nobody converses with anybody any longer they simply expect.
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Unfortunately, stereotypes have been drilled so far within our socialisation, that we don't even realise when we are guilty of stereotyping. We are so oblivious to how quickly and easily we fall into the process of judging one another based on what we believe them to be, based on their appearances. As much as we would like to deny it.
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People can be judgmental so yeah, stereotypes really do occur. It's part of society and it's normal. I'm guilty of this.
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I as of late had an"aha" minute about some of my pledge choices.I may distort my expected opinion because of the derogative meanings related with them.It made them consider how we, as expert communicators, need to continually be watchful in surveying the way our own particular messages are gotten by a wide range of groups of onlookers.
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Everybody stereotypes. Let's not be pretentious. We have a tendency to judge people right away.
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People will judge you for everything you do, whatever you wear and whatever you say. May it be the right thing or the wrong thing, people will still label you. You might as well do whatever makes you happy.
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