Monday, 25 July 2016

Stereotypeing explanation

Stereotyping is believing/thinking groups of people are the same when they’re totally different. This is unfair and it can hurt others it can also offend other cultures. Another way of explaining stereotyping is saying groups of people are the same when they’re not.

The first example of stereotyping is all Chinese work at fish and chip shops.  I disagree because not all Chinese people work in fish and chip shops. Although it is common to see Chinese working there in their own countries it might be different!

The second example is only England has double decker buses. 
I disagree because in New Zealand they have tourist double decker buses and I've seen them in Christchurch so not only England has double decker buses!

Overall I think stereotyping is unfair because it can hurt people’s feelings and their culture. It can be offensive. The challenge is to never judge a book by its cover.

















































































































Stereotyping is believing/thinking groups of people are the same when they’re totally different. This is unfair and it can hurt others it can also offend other cultures. Another way of explaining stereotyping is saying groups of people are the same when they’re not.

The first example of stereotyping is all Chinese work at fish and chip shops.  I disagree because not all Chinese people work in fish and chip shops. Although it is common to see Chinese working there in their own countries it might be different!

The second example is only England has double decker buses. 
I disagree because in New Zealand they have tourist double decker buses and I've seen them in Christchurch so not only England has double decker buses!

Overall I think stereotyping is unfair because it can hurt people’s feelings and their culture. It can be offensive. The challenge is to never judge a book by its cover.


















































































































Stereotyping is believing/thinking groups of people are the same when they’re totally different. This is unfair and it can hurt others it can also offend other cultures. Another way of explaining stereotyping is saying groups of people are the same when they’re not.

The first example of stereotyping is all Chinese work at fish and chip shops.  I disagree because not all Chinese people work in fish and chip shops. Although it is common to see Chinese working there in their own countries it might be different!

The second example is only England has double decker buses. 
I disagree because in New Zealand they have tourist double decker buses and I've seen them in Christchurch so not only England has double decker buses!

Overall I think stereotyping is unfair because it can hurt people’s feelings and their culture. It can be offensive. The challenge is to never judge a book by its cover.






























































































































































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