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This means that in Kenyan politics, ethnic labels are dominant and as we have already noted, the politicians use these ethnic labels as a recipe for their advantage and to exploit the stereotyped weaknesses of other ethnic groups.
deviance from stereotyped gender norms, but also that women on the whole
Muslims are stereotyped as being terrorists and fundamentalists.
The literature suggests that women are more likely to feel threatened by stereotyped cues activated in STEM classrooms (e.
a stereotype "lift" from affirming that one does not have the stereotyped identity) resulting in reduced effort.
It provides evidence that gender stereotypes can influence evaluation of new venture ideas, and highlights the need for additional research to better understand how, and under what circumstances, gender may act as a basis for differential evaluation of stereotyped business artifacts such as new venture ideas.
Washington, May 9 ( ANI ): They have been stereotyped as a 'model minority' but when they fail to conform to common racial stereotypes, like being non-dominant, even people of East Asian descent are "unwelcome and unwanted by their co-workers," according to a new study.
Given the growing influence China has in global economy and politics, it would be interesting to investigate how Chinese people are stereotyped by people of other countries, particularly Americans.
For instance, African-American workers can be stereotyped as being unintelligent, loud, poor, and criminal (McAndrew & Akande, 1995); however, there are also many positive stereotypes, such as athletic and musical (Devine & Elliot, 1995).
But, there are theoretical reasons to believe stereotypes, such as those regarding men's lack of nurturance, may sometimes lead people to evaluate stereotyped targets more positively than they evaluate equivalent non-stereotyped targets (Biernat, 2003; Burgoon, 1986; Jussim, Coleman, & Lerch, 1987; Kahneman & Miller, 1986).
CEDAW specifically prohibits gender discrimination and Article 5(a) requires that states "modify social and cultural patterns of conduct with a view to the elimination of prejudices and customary and all other practices which are based on the idea of the inferiority or the superiority of either of the sexes or on stereotyped roles for men and women.
Abstract: Does the severity of visual impairment affect the prevalence and severity of stereotyped movements?