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Native Americans are one of the last minorities in the United States that are openly, safely, and freely stereotyped.
Adult women, presumably stereotyped by managers as less attractive and "generally steadier" (Reiter, 1991, p.
Lee says that north of the border, Mexicans get stereotyped as "the manana people" because of their tendency to show up for meetings considerably after prearranged times and to miss deadlines for completing assigned tasks.
As accommodation for family concerns becomes less stereotyped as a "woman's" issue, the stigma attached with being the care provider may lessen for women.
Moore and Arlene Hirschfelder in 1977 ("Feathers, Tomahawks, and Tipis: A Study of Stereotyped |Indian' Imagery in Children's Picture Books" in Unlearning "Indian" Stereotypes published by the New York-based Council on Interracial Books for Children) revealed numerous problems in children's nonfiction books about Indians.
Subservient behavior and stereotyped roles become adopted and accepted as the natural order of things and as the "system" responds to these stereotypes, its policies reinforce practices which help to maintain society's ".
The stereotyped task engagement process model (Smith, 2004) is a multiple mediator model that is drawn from achievement goal theory.
When the threat of being stereotyped is in the air, consumers become anxious when they contemplate transacting with outgroup vs.
Furthermore, Marx, Brown, and Steele (1999) suggest that stereotype threat could especially influence academic outcomes for groups of people who are strongly identified with an academic domain (concerned about performing well in a given content area) and negatively stereotyped in the same academic domain.
In addition, the group being stereotyped (the out-group) tends to be viewed more negatively and as more homogeneous than the in-group, which is perceived more positively and as more heterogeneous (Kunda, 1999).
Other characters also challenge stereotypes, and the narrator often speaks directly to readers about ways minorities are stereotyped.