College Campus Stereotypes

  • Stereotypes

    Stereotypes Paper Growing up I did not have much exposure to African American males and to me they looked mean. My whole life, I have been uncomfortable if I am in the presence of an older African American male. In addition, when I was a teenager my family was friends with an African American couple. The wife was sweet as she could be but the husband would get drunk and tell me that he was going to kidnap me and take where no one could find me because I looked like Wonder Woman. I told my mom

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  • Guns on Campus

    Guns on College Campus Should guns be allowed on college campus? Kenton L. McGowen Abstract This paper will determine whether guns have a place on college, and school campuses. The conclusion that the paper reaches is that students who have guns will be tempted to use them, especially at universities and colleges that are full of drug use, stress, and anxiety. The mixture of guns into a formula like that is simply not conducive to a safe environment. This paper will take evidence

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  • Campus Life

    environment and prosperous thinking. BMC always has been an example for these phrases and an ideal college to present the process or program of education in a congenial manner. The campus life of BMC has been always an enthralling and enchanting experience for the students tamed and trained in the campus. The traditional education is on the pattern of Gurukul that has been followed in this college. This college has the guidance of well-qualified dedicated faculties. They impart well-designed, updated curriculum

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  • Stereotypes

    Steinberg Stereotypes Two story plots from famous shows today can really show how our society looks at different races. Stereotypes can be seen very well in particularly “Everybody Hates Chris” and “George Lopez.” In both of this series, the writers make it a huge focus on how stereotypes are given to people with a certain race. Both shows I will analyze to show the positive and negative stereo types that are shown. Everybody Hates Chris is a show that many ethnic groups can connect and relate

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  • Stereotypes

    Movies have a huge contribution over societies. Some movies try to draw a picture that completely deceives and tricks people into believing in the concept that they try to distribute. In addition to that, movies may support an impression or a stereotype. But on the contrary, sometimes they may disprove it by some way or another. The dictator movie which has been published at 2012 by the director Larry Charles, who is of American origins, is a living example of how producers may use their power into

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  • Campus Racism 101

    Briana Henry Informal 4 April 2, 2013 The title Campus Racism 101 is such a clever tile. In college when you take a course and you’re just starting out it usually has 101 on the end. So by titling it campus racism 101 Nikki’s purpose is to give students a lesson telling them all they will need to know about school and the environment around them. Giovanni starts off the essay by saying “to bad racism isn’t painful. I like that, but to bad ignorance is.” (Giovanni 270) To some ignorance is just

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  • Stereotypes

    STEREOTYPES A stereotype is a rigid, widely held prototype about the general characteristics of a group of people. Many stereotypes are about racial and ethnic groups, age groups, and the sexes. Other stereotypes have to do with such acquired characteristics as education or occupation. Stereotypes of accountants and engineers hold that both groups have poor social skills, and a common stereotype of people with MBA degrees is that these people are arrogant and overly concerned with the bottom line

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  • Stereotypes

    Stereotypes ​In this country, people are guilty of many different things; one of those things that effect many individual people in particular is using stereotypes. In today’s society it has almost become commonplace for stereotypes to be used whether it’s on television or a coffee shop. Using stereotypes makes it easier for someone to categorize another person within their head without even giving that person a chance. People feel better and more comfortable when something has a label on it because

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  • Stereotypes

    music, popular culture, and American films through stereotypes. In your own words, what does Omni mean by "overt racism" and "inferential racism"? Discuss how a specific ethnicity is represented in our current popular culture (news, television shows, movies, advertising, etc.) and how it affects people's lives. Be sure to address whether or not, the ethnicity is seen as "overt" or "inferential" and whether they create and/or sustain ethnic stereotypes. In other words, is the ethnicity you choose

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  • Stereotypes Social status or group position determines stereotype content, not the actual personal characteristics of group members. {Groups which enjoy fewer social and economic advantages will be stereotyped in a way which helps explain disparities, such as lower employment rates. Although disadvantaged group members may have greater difficulty finding a job due to in-group favoritism, racism, and related social forces, the disadvantaged group member is unjustifiably

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  • Stereotypes

    British stereotypes How do different British stereotypes influence the way we see Britons? If you think of a stereotype, you instantly focus on what it describes. The images you create are then used to recognize both populations and countries, and the stereotype is used as a basic layer to gather information. So, the stereotypes often make the first impression of (for instance) a country. The knowledge is important as it also can give you the will to find out more about the country. This

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  • Stereotypes

    of personal prejudice? Do individual experiences fuel standing stereotypes? Is it easier to perpetuate existing stereotypes because "things will never change?" Can people battle internal struggles within their own ethnic group? What prohibits us from overcoming these prejudices? The writers of the Crash managed to extend my viewing experience beyond the 90 minute film, thus forcing me to analyze my own prejudices and racial stereotypes towards others. I always thought that racism occurred as a result

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  • Credit Card Companies Should Not Be on Campus Marketing to College Students

    What young college student does not need a little extra money for the weekends? What would a person think if they were told they could make some extra cash in just a couple of hours? Now you are talked into meeting on your college campus with a credit agent from Citibank and wind up selling thirty cards to fellow students. Now this might all sound perfectly innocent, but this is a very real incident that happened to a University of Pittsburgh student named Ryan Rhodes three years ago. Of those thirty

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  • Stereotype Threat

    psychology study that reports on results from research conducted on negative stereotypes and the effects it has on certain types of people. The study focuses on the phenomenon social psychologist call the “stereotype threat” or the concern of being at risk of confirming a negative stereotype about one’s social group (Stone et al., 1999). Similar studies have shown that when people are confronted with negative stereotypes about their social identity they tend to perform poorly on a task. On the other

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  • Stereotypes

    Stereotypes   Stereotypes To generalize a group of people in a way that falsely groups them as behaving or describes them without any certain proof is considered a stereotype. Such stereotypes are placed upon young unwed parents, the Dutch, and as another example the aggression in Pit-bull Terriers. The fallacies within these stereotypes are topics that stand without reason but are commonly thought to be true, like life beyond our planet, it’s possible but there is no proof. Stereotyping people

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    is to me when some puts you down/ let’s say for a job because they don’t like something about you, such as the color of skin, if you’re too skinny or too fat, or maybe to young or to old. Stereotypes play out at the organizational level in regard to employment discrimination by (Erdogan, 2010) stereotypes being a generalization of certain kinds of people that other people believe, and these people that believe this can discriminate against age, gender, race, national origin, or religion, although

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  • Campus Resources

    Christian Zuniga Ms. Do Carmo English 60B March 12, 2013 Campus Resources Norco College offers a variety of resources to students who attend RCC Norco and seek assistance in education. For instance, RCC Norco offers students tutorial services; this service provides a supportive learning environment to students who seek help academically to improve in their classes. For example, tutoring services offers students with course assistance by providing tutors to help students understand there class

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  • Stereotypes

    English Composition 101.0816 October 31, 2013     Don’t Let Stereotypes Warp Your Judgment  The author’s essay “Don’t Let Stereotypes Warp Your Judgments” by Robert Heilbroner discusses about the many faces of stereotyping. Heilbroner reminds us that stereotyping affects many areas of our lives from how we view the world as a whole to how we view each individually. According to Heilbroner there is nothing positive/good about stereotyping. The author states that it makes people lazy thinkers

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  • Stereotype

    How Stereotypes Affect Us In this video Claude Steele tells about his research on stereotype threat and the way it affects us. Each of us has social identities such as gender, age, race, sexuality etc. Stereotype threat is an experience of being in situation or doing something for which a negative stereotype about one of your identities is relevant. African American can be seen as a violent person in a neighborhood with predominantly white people or white student can be perceived as a racist

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  • Breaking the Stereotype

    Breaking the Stereotype In his writing “The Joy of Reading and Writing: Superman and Me,” Sherman Alexie explains how he taught himself how to read through a Superman comic at the age of 3. He did this by imagining what the illustrations were portraying and then putting words to the pictures. He then became fascinated with reading at a young age and began reading anything and everything he could get his hands onto. He got his fascination of reading from his father who read a lot as well. Growing

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  • Styles on Campus

    Styles on campus Harley Peterson Recently, there was surveillance done on campus. Three students were selected for this survey; two gentlemen and a lady. The two gentlemen interviewed are in their freshman year, and the lady is a junior. They were surveyed about what they were wearing. In this survey, students were asked if their style changed from high school to college, why they were wearing what they were wearing at that particular moment, and if they thought that their appearance mattered

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  • Pro and Contrast Living in on Campus or Off Campus

        When enter colleges, college students will face many new problems or decisions, which they have to make. Among which there is a choice for them at first place, that is, he or she has to decide whether to live on campus or live outside of campus. Actually, both of the two choices have their own advantages and disadvantages. So, different people may have different opinions. For example, they will think about the cost, location, how to make friends easily and be specific.   Sometimes, it is very

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  • Stereotypes

    Associate Program Material Stereotypes and Prejudice Worksheet Please 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 3 related stereotypes for each: • Race • Ethnicity • Religion • Gender • Sexual orientation • Age • Disability

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  • Campus Recruitment

    A STUDY OF CAMPUS RECRUITMENT (Term Paper towards partial fulfillment of the assessment in the subject of Human Resource Management) Submitted by: Submitted to: Nikita Gupta Dr. Vedantam Leela Roll Number-- 598 Faculty of Management Semester- IV National Law University, Jodhpur Winter Session (January-May 2010) ACKNOWLEDGMENT ____________________________________________________________ __________________ No work can be perfect without ample guidance. I acknowledge

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  • Stereotypes

    RUNNING HEADER: Stereotypes 1 Stereotypes Throughout My Life John Doe PHI Dr. Dolittle 6-6-2013 Stereotypes 2 Stereotypes Throughout My Life Stereotyping has always been a part of human nature. Stereotyping is preconceived opinion of a person or group of people based on an oversimplified conception, opinion, or image. The reasons for this belief are numerous ranging from self preservation to prejudice. For instance, if someone encounters

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  • Campus Violence

    Running head: CAMPUS VIOLENCE 1 Campus Violence has escalated since the Massacre at UT Berketa L. Livingston Liberty University Online ENGL-104

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  • Stereotypes

    TTW: Gender Stereotypes – Cheating Jen Garcia October 17, 2011 Human Relations In today’s society, men and women are still not viewed equally. There are still many stereotypes for men and women in the dating arena. One would think there are many stereotypes when it comes to cheating. It would be assumed that men cheat more than women. Are the stereotypes correct? Are they way off base? Let’s find out. Let’s talk about cheating. When it is said a couple is breaking up due to cheating, it

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  • Stereotypes

    Stereotypes are things that we as humans wish we could sometimes avoid. Many of us hold stereotypes with conviction and many of us hold stereotypes that can be easily shaped through open minded experience. Making assumptions about another person, especially one you’ve never personally met, is essentially judging a book by its cover. Whether certain stereotypes are true or not for a given person or group, they actually have a significant effect on the identities of both the person being stereotyped

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  • Stereotypes

    TO: RE: HW 3 sociology DATE: December 28,2012 FROM: We use stereotypes to symbolize different people and situations. Some of the stereotypes used in the Harry Potter Deathly Hollows include, the good girl, the sexual object, the mother figure and the stern woman of power. In Harry Potter the Deathly Hollows females are as equals as males. Both boys and girls in the wizarding world have the same opportunity to learn and become powerful witches and wizards. They can enter the same

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  • Being a Smart Campus Vegan - Optimizing One's College Years for an Effective Vegan Future of Transformative Living

    For New Vegan Arrivals - Being and becoming - a smart campus vegan Optimizing one's college years for an effective vegan future of transformative living Being vegan has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with comfort foods, faux foods, or vegan beer. Don’t be hoodwinked into the many side traps of comfort foods, ineffective welfarism, and other distractions. Being vegan relates to (a) principles (which one REALLY believes, not merely which one MIGHT - in a perfect world - LIKE or WISH to believe)

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  • Correlates of Academic Performance in (Mt123) College Algebra of Bse Students of Polytechnic University of the Philippines - Maragondon Campus S.Y. 2010 - 2011

    CORRELATES OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN (MT123) COLLEGE ALGEBRA OF BSE STUDENTS OF POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES - MARAGONDON CAMPUS S.Y. 2010 - 2011 A Thesis Presented to Prof. Cherry E. Angeles Polytechnic University of the Philippines Maragondon Campus Maragondon, Cavite In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education By: Lhay Abegail M. Dela Cruz Aiza A. Lontoc Marinette C. Lontoc Kenneth Lyn T. Mojica

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  • Stereotypes

    show that national and cultural stereotypes are no longer a useful way of examining the human condition and economic activity? Choose an element in the texts which you find interesting and explain your reaction to it by giving examples from your own experience. It is commonly regarded that globalization is a world trend today, thus national and cultural stereotypes are drawing attention. Before reading, the definition of stereotype should be clarified. Stereotypes are traits but different from the

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  • Stereotypes

    be a part of our culture, simply because we are all humans. Therefore making it human nature by instinct. The Typical stereotypes that have been said about Asian Americans are that we are hardworking, quiet, short and that we can not play sports. That we are book smart but not street smart which in turn is a result to an assumption that we can not drive. One of the stereotypes that people have about me as an Asian is that I can not play sports. As an Asian American, I was born to motivate myself

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  • Case Study of Solid Waste Management at a College Campus Case Study of Solid Waste Management at a College Campus Abhilash Krishna, Krishna Nandanan, Pradeep Kumar S.S. and Srihari K.S. Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, India. Abstract This paper examines the technical, economic and environmental aspects of the waste management techniques practiced at an educational campus in South India. It encompasses the entire spectrum of waste collection, segregation

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  • Rape Culture on College Campus and Why It Prevails

        _Last Name_ 1  First Name Last Name  Instructor’s Name  Name of Class  31 October 2014 (Change the date; keep it in this format)  Rape Culture on College Campuses and Why it Prevails  Rape has become a taboo topic. Sexual assault is sugar coated into something less  disturbing and brutal than it actually is. But rape is rape: the act of male or female taking sexual  control or dominance over a non­willing participant. It does not matter whether or not people  feels comfortable discussing the topic of rape

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  • College

    November 13, 2014 “How to Survive on a College Budget” Ever hear the term, “I’m on a college budget?” It goes without saying that there is a stereotype that college students do not have much money to spare after working, whether it is to pay for tuition, textbooks, food, or perhaps even all of the above. There is no doubt that the typical college student is financially hanging on the rim or flat out broke. Even with financial aid and scholarships, college will always be an expensive part of

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  • Campus Crime

    College life for many students means freedom and a chance to find ones true self. As students leave home for college parents are proud but also worry about what awaits the incoming freshman. Crime is present even on campuses and some may argue that crime is more prevalent on college campuses. Some campuses have more crime than others and it largely depends on the city. Under aged drinking, drug use, and rape are the major crimes people fear when attending college. Research by Noonan and Vavra stated

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  • Stereotypes

    gender, ethnicity, or age these factors all have some stereotypes attached to them. In our paper, we will discuss stereotyping, both thoughtful and non-thoughtful. We will also address stereotyping in an organization. Our society can be split up into many various groups by gender, race, or even by traits. The world consists of both men and women, blacks and whites, Democrats and Republicans, all who live their own distinct way of life. “Stereotypes are qualities perceived to be associated with particular

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  • Stereotypes

    Stereotypes play an important role in today's society and particularly in Propaganda. According to the Webster's Dictionary stereotyping is defined as a fixed conventional notion or conception of an individual or group of people, heldby a number of people. Stereotypes can be basic or complex generalizations which people apply to individuals or groups based on their appearance, behaviour and beliefs. Stereotypes are found everywhere. Though our world seems to be improving in many ways it seems almost

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  • Why Alcohol Should Not Be Allowed on College Campus

    student in college campuses that is over 21 years old wants to drink alcoholic beverages. Some even think that alcohol should be allowed on college campus. However, if alcohol is allowed on campus, it could possibly impact under 21 years old students and other students who don’t drink in terms of academic development and students’ health. The truth is that drinking alcohol under 21 is illegal. People may say many college students drink anyway, but officially, it is against the law. Many college students

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  • Stereotypes

    the extent that we very often find it difficult to keep up with. We don’t expect things to stand still anymore. Yet, despite that we still hold some preconceptions about people, things or ideas, something that doesn’t change. We become victims of stereotypes, both by projecting them onto others and by being stereotyped by others. Whether we believe them or not, we have got certain images in our minds that we firmly hold on to and unconsciously refuse to let go. Stereotypical image is a composite made

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  • Concealed Campus

    Fostering a Concealed Campus In 2007 during the Virginia Tech Shooting, a boy’s best-friend’s brother was there, in one of the classrooms that the gunman targeted. He escaped but this information gave him chills. That boy’s name is Jeff. Why is it that issues don’t matter until a horrifying story has a personal connection to its readers that it causes them to fully gasp the situation? There are many alternatives to students carrying weapons on campus. Advocates for guns on campus say that it will make

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  • Credt Cards Marketing on College Campus

    Credit Cards Companies Marketing On College Campus Appendix B Credit cards companies should be on campus marketing to college student. Credit cards companies should go to campuses and have a discussion on the rights to full accurate information. Right under the equal credit opportunity Act, Characteristics: such as race,sex,marital status, religion, age, origin. However, it’s not against the laws to day to deny credit based on income and credit history. Once it was common for women to

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  • Stereotypes

    society that is riddled with stereotypes. They come in many forms. Some examples include: gender-based, racial, sexual orientation, or stereotypes based on certain behaviors or personality traits. Stereotypes are damaging and can detract from one’s quality of life. We all tend to form these misconceptions about others at one time or another and have more than likely felt the lingering negative impact stereotypes can leave with a person. There are several stereotypes that I have experienced and felt

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  • Stereotype

    survey in Fortune (Fisher 1992) reported that only 4.8 percent of top managerial positions were held by women, compared to 2.9 percent in 1986. One widely accepted explanation for this small number of female executives is the persistence of negative stereotypes about women as managers. Attitudes about the role of women in society may have changed dramatically, but women are still perceived as being less suited than men for managerial positions. Such preconceptions about female managers may cause firms

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  • Campus Recruitment

    Campus Recruitment Introduction Economic and demographic trends continue to affect the job market and how employers develop and manage their campus recruitment programs. In a competitive environment, maintaining campus relations is crucial to the success of campus recruiting. To do this, companies must build relationships with faculty, administrators, career center staff, and students. Campus recruiting is becoming more competitive. Winning companies will have a strong product offering and be

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  • A Campus

    classmates lapped up high paying jobs with MNCs and leading corporate, Amit decided to stay back on campus to prove a point in entrepreneurship. Originally from Madhya Pradesh, Amit, who passed out in March 2011, has been staying back at the student's hostel for the past one year to run High Octane, a boutique cafe-food court- bookshop combine, which has been a big hit with the students and faculty on the campus. Buoyed by the success of the plush outlet, Amit is currently in talks with banks and consultants

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  • Stereotypes

    Common Stereotypes Lori Woodard PHI 103 Aaron Novinger May 7, 2012 Running Head: Common Stereotypes

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  • Stereotypes

    STEREOTYPES 1. Introduction People are living within societies in which having different cultural background. Cross-cultural literacy is difficult to undertake due to the stumbling block such as generalization that people make and stereotypes that people have. Stereotyping is the way to use the fixed images of people belonging to a group, which have a tendency to categorize people based on a group they belong to rather than processing the information individually. Generalization usually comes

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  • College Campus Stereotypes

    In college there are two kinds of people, the party animal, and the sober guy. The sober guy stays out of trouble, studies hard, and sometimes keeps to himself. The party animal studies (most of the time), never avoids trouble, and socializes. A party animal is always at the party, in line for the keg. He usually shows up early and party’s too late. Rarely would one see the sober guy at a college party. The party animal never cares about the brand of beer in the keg. On the other hand

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