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Stereotyping and its Impact on Women
An exploration of how people form social perceptions, develop social identities and establish gender roles.
# 24357 | 1,575 words | 7 sources | 2002 | US


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Explores how people form social perceptions, develop social identities and establish gender roles. Defines each category. Discusses theories (social cognition) about causes of stereotyping. Impact on women. Issues of female stereotypes perceived as objective rather than subjective. Corporate women. Formation of sexual identity & gender roles.

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"Social Perception of Gender Roles and Social Identity


Introduction
There are many differences of opinion in the field of social psychology regarding the way in which people form social perceptions, develop social identities, and establish gender roles. The intention in this paper is to look at the question of stereotyping in terms of these three categories and explore how that impacts women as a whole and corporate women in particular.


Defining the Terms
Social perception. In their book, Aronson et al. (1998) define social perception simply as the way in which we form..."

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