a mix idea that people have about what someone or something is like, especially an idea that is wrong:

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to lớn have sầu a set idea about what a particular type of person is like, especially an idea that is wrong:
an idea that is used lớn describe a particular type of person or thing, or a person or thing thought lớn represent such an idea:
The bachồng of the thực đơn, like the club name, inverted another old female stereotype, this time women"s supposed cattiness ahy vọng themselves.
Not surprisingly, stronglybuttressed social stereotypes are extremely tenacious; nevertheless, they can be a poor basis for scientific work.
Drawings as well as travel accounts were used as a database of ready-made stereotypes for those who used the literature of travel as referential background.
However, in an earlier stage to lớn collaborative sầu approaches, the user modeling community provided a different answer, namely the stereotype approach.
It is little wonder that many elderly people should try lớn dissociate themselves personally from the false stereotype.

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These essays challenge the stereotype of a male pioneer migration, establishing patterns và decisions that women would later follow.
It would be anticipated that at first hospitalization, when clinicians have few data lớn insize treatment decisions, racial or ethnic stereotypes could influence such decisions.
Currently, stereotypes are always "hand-crafted", based on empirical observations like user type analysis or sales data.
It refers to lớn a supposed subculture stereotyped as uneducated, uncultured and prone khổng lồ antisocial or immoral behavior.
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