Stereotype

Believing that people of a certain group, race or religion all have the same characteristics when they don't. Fixed, inaccurate ideas about a group which leads to its members being treated in a certain way.

Stereotype

a fixed image about a person or group that collectivizes them and denies their individuality. Social justice warriors tend to reject these unless they concern people said to be privileged, but they tend to ignore the fact that stereotypes frequently have a basis in reality.
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stereotype

[Noun] A set of qualities that people think a certain type of person has. For example, blondes are stereotyped as being not very clever.
Example: Stories in the press have led to an unfair stereotype of young single mothers.
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Stereotype

A fixed and inflexible characterization of a group of people.
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stereotype

[n] - a conventional or formulaic conception or image
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Stereotype

a prejudicial, exaggerated description applied to every person in a category of people
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Stereotype

An expectation held by most of the population of either a person or situation.
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Stereotype

Ste're·o·type noun [ Stereo- + -type : confer French stéréotype .] 1. A plate forming an exact faximile of a page of type or of an engraving, used in printing books, etc.; specifically, a plate with type-metal face, used for printing. » A stereotype , or
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stereotype

1. A plate forming an exact faximile of a page of type or of an engraving, used in printing books, etc.; specifically, a plate with type-metal face, used for printing. ... A stereotype, or stereotypr plate, is made by setting movable type as for ordinary printing; from these a cast is taken in plaster of Paris, paper pulp, or the like, and upon thi...
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stereotype

noun a conventional or formulaic conception or image; `regional stereotypes have been part of America since its founding`
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Stereotype

• (n.) The art or process of making such plates, or of executing work by means of them. • (v. t.) Fig.: To make firm or permanent; to fix. • (v. t.) To prepare for printing in stereotype; to make the stereotype plates of; as, to stereotype the Bible. • (n.) A plate forming an exact faximile of a page of type or of an engraving, ...
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stereotype

(from the article `homosexuality`) ...with increased candour. Together with a growing acceptance of homosexuality as a common expression of human sexuality, long-standing beliefs about ... term indicating an unfavourable image of Spain and Spaniards, accusing them of cruelty and intolerance, formerly prevalent in the works of many ... ...
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stereotype

type of printing plate developed in the late 18th century and widely used in letterpress, newspaper, and other high-speed press runs. Stereotypes ... [3 related articles]
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Stereotype

In social psychology, a stereotype is a thought that can be adopted about specific types of individuals or certain ways of doing things. These thoughts or beliefs may or may not accurately reflect reality. However, this is only a fundamental psychological definition of a stereotype. Within psychology and spanning across other disciplines, there ar...
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Stereotype

Applies to a class. Shows that a class is actually a stereotype that can be applied to other elements
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Stereotype

a notation allowing the extension of UML symbols. Some are defined within Profiles. Common predefined UML stereotypes include:
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stereotype

A flat character can be called a stereotype if he is a typical example of a special group, gender, class, race etc.
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Stereotype

A fixed way of thinking about people that puts them into categories and doesn't allow for individual variation.
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stereotype

stereotype (ster'eutīp") , plate from which printing is done, made by casting metal in a mold, usually of paper pulp. The process was patented in 1725 by the Scottish inventor William Ged. Firmin Didot improved the process, named it, and extended its use. Cylinder presses, by which new...
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stereotype

In sociology, a fixed, exaggerated, and preconceived description about a certain type of person, group, or society. It is based on prejudice rather than fact, but by repetition and with time, stereotypes become fixed in people's minds, resistant to change and ignoring factual evidence to the contrary. The term, originally used for a method of d...
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Stereotype

[printing] In printing, a stereotype, also known as a cliché, stereoplate or simply a stereo, was originally a `solid plate of type metal, cast from a papier-mâché or plaster mould (called a flong) taken from the surface of a forme of type` used for printing instead of the original. The compositing of individual cast metal sorts of type ...
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Stereotype

[UML] A stereotype is one of three types of extensibility mechanisms in the Unified Modeling Language (UML), other two being tags and constraints. They allow designers to extend the vocabulary of UML in order to create new model elements, derived from existing ones, but that have specific properties that are suitable for a particular proble...
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Stereotype

The term originally comes from printing, where a frequently-used phrase or associated group of words were fixed in a single piece of type. In culture, stereotypes are commonly held beliefs about entire social groups. Racial and ethnic prejudices operate through negative stereotypes. There are also stereotypical ways of presenting occupations and ot...
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stereotype

a conventional, oversimplified opinion, belief, or conception. A group or person or animal that is thought to be typical or to conform to a formula or a fixed pattern; lacking any individuality.
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Stereotype

A conventionalized character type that is demeaning to a particular social group.
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