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Don't Let Stereotypes Warp Your Judgments by Mind Map: Don
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Don't Let Stereotypes Warp Your Judgments

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In the essay "Don't Let Stereotypes Wrap your judgments" by Robert L. Heilbroner I learned that American society can be very judgmental and unforgiving. Heilbroner describes the American people as being very naive and he really shed some light on just how negative stereotype and prejudgment can be, because until i read this essay i never really sat down and thought about it.

Why is sterotyping and prejudice such a bad thing?

Has sterotyping become human nature? And what can be done to stop it?

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Stereotyping and prejudgment are terrible things. They make people come of as cruel and inhumane, even ignorant. On the subject of cultural awareness and stereotyping, ignorance is never bliss.

I believe in today's age stereotypical behaviors are being instilled in children. Even by some of the cartoons playing on TV promote these kind of behaviors. Young teens and people who have very bias views are all tings that could leave children victim to these behaviors.

I believe stereotyping has been looked over these past years, because of all the other issues that have been in the forefront in the media and seen as more important. Thus I feel stereotyping was allowed to grow spreading from person to person and child to child. In order to stop this epidemic I feel we need programs and more cultural affairs letting people who are less experienced to cultural diffusion become more aware.