stereotype

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الإنجليزية - التركية
baskı klişesi
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sterotip
basmakalıp örnek
şablon
basma kalıp
(Askeri) kod klişesi
basmakalıp
klişeleşmiş örnek
beylik örnek
beylik olay
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) Kalıplaşmış yargı
KOD KLİŞESİ, STEREOTİP: Kriptografide; çok sık kullanılma yüzünden kriptolu bir haberde, şüpheyi davet edebilecek olan kelime, cümle, numara, kısaltma vs
-i basmakalıp bir kategoriye sokmak
stereotipi
{i} basmakalıp söz
stereotypystereotipi
(Askeri) KOD KLİŞESİ, STEREOTİP: Kriptografide; çok sık kullanılma yüzünden kriptolu bir haberde, şüpheyi davet edebilecek olan kelime, cümle, numara, kısaltma v. s
{f} klişeleşmiş lâflar etmek
{i} kalıpla basılmış eser
{f} stereotipi basmak
basma kalıp söz
sayfa halinde baskı klişesi
stereotip klişesi yapmak
{f} tutturmak
tespit etmek
sabit bir şekilde vermek
stereotipi bas
klişe

İyi bir klişe diye bir şey yoktur. - There is no such thing as a good stereotype.

Sami o klişeye uymuyordu. - Sami didn't fit that stereotype.

stereotip

Sami o stereotipe uymadı. - Sami didn't fit that stereotype.

Sami o stereotipe uymuyordu. - Sami didn't fit that stereotype.

stereotyped
basmakalıp
stereotype mould
basma kalıp
stereotype threat
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sterotip tehdidi
stereotype vulnerability
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sterotip duyarlılığı
stereotypical
basmakalıp

Basmakalıp davranıştan kaçınman gerekir. - You should avoid stereotypical behavior.

stereotypic
basmakalıp

Basmakalıp davranıştan kaçınman gerekir. - You should avoid stereotypical behavior.

stereotypically
klişeleşmiş
stereotyped
beylik
stereotyped
klişeleşmiş
stereotyped
{s} stereotip
stereotyped
setereotip özelliğinde olan
stereotyped
(Tıp) tekbiçimli
stereotypic
stereotipi ile üretilen
stereotypical
beylik
stereotypical
(sıfat) beylik
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
: To make a stereotype of someone or something, or characterize someone by a stereotype
A metal printing plate cast from a matrix moulded from a raised printing surface
A conventional, formulaic, and oversimplified conception, opinion, or image
: To print from a stereotype
A person who is regarded as embodying or conforming to a set image or type
To print from a stereotype
To make a stereotype of someone or something, or characterize someone by a stereotype
a fixed and often negative impression of all members of an ethnic, religious or other group
A stereotype is a fixed general image or set of characteristics that a lot of people believe represent a particular type of person or thing. Many men feel their body shape doesn't live up to the stereotype of the ideal man
treat or classify according to a mental stereotype; "I was stereotyped as a lazy Southern European"
a characterization of an object or its behavior
a fixed idea, image, that many people have of a particular person or thing
"A generalization based on inadequate or incomplete information" (Stern & Robinson, 1994), "A group is said to be stereotyped whenever it is depicted or portrayed in such a way that all its members appear to have the same set of characteristics, attitudes, or life conditions" (Liebert & Sprafkin, p 189)
To make firm or permanent; to fix
A plate forming an exact faximile of a page of type or of an engraving, used in printing books, etc
An image of, or attitude towards persons or groups that may be based on superficial observations and experiences which reflect preconceived ideas
To prepare for printing in stereotype; to make the stereotype plates of; as, to stereotype the Bible
specifically, a plate with type-metal face, used for printing
A new type of modeling element that extends the semantics of the metamodel Stereotypes must be based on certain existing types or classes in the metamodel Stereotypes may extend the semantics, but not the structure of pre-existing types and classes Certain stereotypes are predefined in the UML, others may be user defined Stereotypes are one of three extendibility mechanisms in the UML See: constraint, tagged value
{i} conventional and oversimplified concept or image; old process for making metal printing plates; metal printing plate made by the stereotype process
a way of grouping people together by attributing the same qualities and characteristics to everyone in the group - this can be either positive (eg parents who believe their children can do no wrong) or negative (eg boys don't work as hard as girls at school)
A popularly held image of a group that rests on little or no evidence Stereotypes are slanters in that they invoke emotional associations, usually negative ones, to a person or thing being described "Stereotype" entry at Encyclopedia com: Short entry on the topic that mentions who introduced the term Stereotype: Interesting site created by two girls from Florida, Kelly and Wedgie, who say about the site "At first it was mostly for entertainment and a continuously growing curiosity about stereotypes in our society today As we researched more and more we found the project had the potential to be really interesting, not just to us, but to others as well We've kind of combined research on an important topic in social psychology with the creativity of all those who are willing to help out "
a conventional or formulaic conception or image; "regional stereotypes have been part of America since its founding"
If someone is stereotyped as something, people form a fixed general idea or image of them, so that it is assumed that they will behave in a particular way. He was stereotyped by some as a rebel I get very worked up about the way women are stereotyped in a lot of mainstream films. a belief or idea of what a particular type of person or thing is like. Stereotypes are often unfair or untrue racial/sexual/cultural etc stereotype (stéréotype, from stereos ( STEREO) + type). to decide unfairly that a type of person has particular qualities or abilities because they belong to a particular race, sex, or social class stereotype sb as sth
Stereotype a set of beliefs or attitudes about a person or group of people which is based on faulty or incomplete information
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A stereotype is a belief about an individual or a group, based on the idea that all people in a certain group will act the same way When someone says that all members of a particular race, religion, ethnic group, gender or other group are "lazy," "rude," "cheap," "criminal," or "good at math," he or she is expressing a stereotype All groups have individuals who demonstrate these characteristics To label an entire group based on the actions of a few of its members is to stereotype
A simplified conventional idea or image
a mental image that often exaggerates the traits of a typical member of a cultural group
a conventional or formulaic conception or image; "regional stereotypes have been part of America since its founding
The art or process of making such plates, or of executing work by means of them
An oversimplified standardized image or idea held by one person or group of another
{f} make a stereotype of; categorize as a stereotype; give a fixed form to
a characterization based on conscious or unconscious assumptions that some one aspect, such as gender, age, ethnic or national identity, religion, occupation, marital status, and so on are predictably accompanied by certain character traits, actions, even values Close Window
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stereotyped
Printed from stereotype plates
stereotyped
Having a certain stereotype
stereotyped
Simple past tense and past participle of stereotype
stereotyped
Unoriginal; stereotypical
stereotypical
Pertaining to a stereotype; conventional
perpetuate a stereotype
continue a generalization, keep a stereotype in use
stereotyped
past of stereotype
stereotyped
Formed in a fixed, unchangeable manner; as, stereotyped opinions
stereotyped
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stereotyped
Formed into, or printed from, stereotype plates
stereotyped
lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality; "stereotyped phrases of condolence"; "even his profanity was unimaginative
stereotyped
lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality; "stereotyped phrases of condolence"; "even his profanity was unimaginative"
stereotyped
unoriginal; stereotypic
stereotyped
of or pertaining to stereotypy
stereotyper
One who stereotypes; one who makes stereotype plates, or works in a stereotype foundry
stereotyper
{i} one who makes generalizations; one who uses stereotype plates (Printing)
stereotypes
Unreliable generalizations about all members of a group that do not recognize individual differences within the group (p 289)
stereotypes
Generalized beliefs and expectations about social groups and their members
stereotypes
Behavior patterns you don't want to think about
stereotypes
A stereotype is a preconceived or oversimplified generalization about an entire group of people without regard for individual differences Even when stereotypes are positive, they always have a negative impact and can lead to discrimination
stereotypes
Mental images in which specific mental, physical, and behavioral traits are uncritically attributed to others based solely on their membership in a social group
stereotypes
The labeling of people and events by using poor or little information, leading to false conclusions
stereotypes
plural of stereotype
stereotypic
lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality; "stereotyped phrases of condolence"; "even his profanity was unimaginative"
stereotypic
{s} standard, not original, typical, cliche, made from a general type
stereotypic
Of or pertaining to stereotype, or stereotype plates
stereotypic
Of, pertaining to or characteristic of a stereotype; stereotypical
stereotypical
banal, commonplace and clichéd because of overuse
stereotypical
A stereotypical idea of a type of person or thing is a fixed general idea that a lot of people have about it, that may be false in many cases. Dara challenges our stereotypical ideas about gender and femininity
stereotypical
{s} conventional, unoriginal
stereotypical
lacking spontaneity or originality or individuality; "stereotyped phrases of condolence"; "even his profanity was unimaginative"
stereotypically
In a stereotypical manner or way
stereotypically
in a stereotypical manner; in the form of a stereotype
stereotyping
present participle of stereotype
stereotyping
Stereotyping is the process of assuming a person or group has one or more characteristics because most members of that group have (or are thought to have) the same characteristics It is a simplification and generalization process that helps people categorize and understand their world, but at the same time it often leads to errors Examples of stereotypes that are often wrong are that women are weak and submissive, while men are powerful and domineering This may be true for some women and some men, but it is not true for all When stereotypes are inaccurate and negative (as they often are between groups in conflict) they lead to misunderstandings which make resolving the conflict more difficult
stereotyping
Stereotyping is assuming that all members of a group are the same Stereotyping is dangerous because it oversimplifies the many differences among people of the same group For example, assuming that all children who grow up in poor neighborhoods will resort to drugs and violence is stereotyping It may be true of some poor children, but not all Stereotyping can lead to serious misunderstandings and can hinder the conflict resolution process
stereotyping
The assumption that what is considered to be true of a larger class is necessarily true of particular members of that class
stereotyping
The tendency to generalize about people in a social category and ignore variation among them (4)
stereotyping
The tendency to generalize about people in a social category and ignore variation among them
stereotyping
A biased generalization, usually about a social or national group, in which individuals are falsely assigned traits they do not possess
stereotype
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