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  • public
  • A]ny action undertaken for reasons of safety, security or public protection that relies on stereotypes about race, colour, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, or place of origin rather than on reasonable suspicion, to single out an individual for greater scrutiny or different treatment. (ohrc.on.ca)
  • believe
  • A study led by University of Queensland School of Psychology researcher Dr Courtney von Hippel found that recovering drug addicts who believe they are the target of stereotypes find it harder to function within society. (edu.au)
  • Image
  • Another factor that contributes to a negative self-image is the beauty values of the society in which a person lives. (wikipedia.org)
  • Oftentimes, girls feel that they do not measure up to society's "thin" standards, which leads to them having a negative self-image. (wikipedia.org)
  • political
  • Soares, who was elected City Council president by his peers last year, is one of a handful of people of short stature who have fought through the stereotypes to achieve political success. (edmecka.com)
  • parents
  • In the U.S., there's a tendency to see sex as a battle between boys and girls, with parents falling for "the stereotype that all boys want the same thing, and all girls want love and cuddling. (slate.com)
  • another
  • Just as motorcyclists give a cordial nod to each other on the road (warning: severe stereotyping ahead - even a burly hog riding outlaw will acknowledge the ironically mustached hipster on his pale pink scooter), why can't Kits mums silently salute one another for a job well done? (kitsilano.ca)
  • significant
  • Studies report that many sufferers report negative encounters with doctors with significant numbers of patients feeling dissatisfied, disbelieved and distressed. (bmj.com)
  • society
  • As an open society India allowed access to the western journalists to scoop sensational but negative stories about India. (slideserve.com)