Stereotype
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  • 1. WHAT I AM ANDWHAT I CAN BE
  • 2.  Think LOCAL before Global;Stereotyping
  • 3. Stereotype Stereotypes are generalizations about a group of people whereby we attribute a defined set of characteristics to this group. A stereotype is a popular belief about specific types of individuals. 
  • 4. Stereotypes are standardizedand simplified conceptions ofgroups based on some priorassumptions. Another name forstereotyping is bias.
  • 5. The term stereotype derives stereotypefrom the Greek words Greekστερεός (stereos), "firm, stereossolid“ and τύπος (typos), typos"impression," hence "solidimpression".
  • 6. These classifications can bepositive or negative, such aswhen various nationalities arestereotyped as friendly orunfriendly.
  • 7. Dynamics In one perspective of the stereotyping process, there are the concepts of ingroups and outgroups. A second perspective is that of automatic and explicit or subconscious and conscious.  A third method to categorizing stereotypes is general types and sub- types.
  • 8.  Where Do Stereotypes Come From?
  • 9.  Stereotypes are often used in books to project the characters on television shows. It is also used in advertising to sell products. Stereotypes are also passed on from adults to their children through comments made about people and places.
  • 10.  What Problems are caused by Stereotyping?
  • 11.  Stereotypes are often accepted as truths. Stereotypes leads to mistaken belief about oneself. Stereotyping can affect your judgments of people or individuals. It can lead to discrimination. It damages self-image and self- steem.
  • 12. 1. Can stereotyping causes demoralization to workers in a global village? Why or why not?2. How can our personal morality helps defeat the negative impacts of stereotyping?
  • 13. Unique Filipino values that must bemaintained while entering a cross-cultural society.1. Respect for elders (use of ‘PO’ and ‘OPO’)2. Close family ties3. Religiosity4. Warmth and hospitality5. Care for others
  • 14. What are the valuescommon to most Filipino thatmake our race highlysought for in some lines ofwork?