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Stereotypes and Prejudice Worksheet

Complete the following exercises, remembering that you are in an academic setting and should remain unbiased, considerate, and professional when completing this worksheet.

Part I

Select three of the identity categories below and name or describe at least three related stereotypes for each:

* Race * Ethnicity * Religion * Gender * Sexual orientation * Age * Disability

Category | Stereotype 1 | Stereotype 2 | Stereotype 3 | Gender | Women are not as strong as men | Women are never in charge | Women are put on this earth to be house wives and/or servants | Disability | If people with a disability have kids the. Their child is more like to be disabled has well | Only people who use wheelchairs or a walker can use disabled parking spaces | A disabled employee can't possibly do as good of work as a non disabled employee | Race | Whites can't dance | Black people are ghetto | Latino people have lots of kids |

Part II

Answer each question in 50 to 100 words related to those stereotypes. Provide citations for all the sources you use.

* What are the positive aspects of stereotypes, if any?
In my opinion I do not believe that there is a positive side when it comes to stereotyping. Just because a person looks a different way doesn't mean that they are like other people who look like them. When I say this I mean people of color. I personally know white people and they can dance but by me being black people of my color think that.

* What are the negative aspects of stereotypes?
Some negative aspects of stereotyping in my opinion are for example if a person that is black grow up in poverty, most people of a different background think that you will in the same way. Another example would be when it's time for us to vote. The people who are…...

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