ETH 120 Week 1 Stereotype Worksheet

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ETH 120 Week 1 Stereotype Worksheet
Complete the attached worksheet and post in assignment tab.

Please write your answers directly into the worksheet following the questions asked. 

Stereotypes and Prejudice Worksheet

 

Complete the following exercises, remembering that you are in an academic setting and should remain unbiased, considerate, and professional when completing this worksheet.

Part I
Answer each question. Provide citations for all the sources you use. Write in complete sentences in APA format.

1.     Define stereotypes according to the textbook. (.72 points)



2.     Define prejudice according to the textbook. (.72 points)



3.     What is the difference between stereotypes and prejudice? (.4 points)



4.     Provide a creative example of a stereotype? (.4 points)



5.     Use this same example above and give an example of prejudice.  (.4 points)

Part II
Select three of the identity categories below and name or describe at least three related stereotypes for each.Write in complete sentences.  (.15 points per stereotype=1.35 points)

· Race

· Ethnicity

· Religion

· Gender

· Sexual orientation

· Age

· Disability

 

Category
Stereotype 1
Stereotype 2
Stereotype 3
Example: Age
All young people can’t drive.
All old people can’t hear.
All old people are slow at work.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Part III
Answer each question. Provide citations for all the sources you use.

 

1.     What are the positive aspects of some of the stereotypes above. (.66 points)

 

2.     Incorporate a reference that discusses the positive aspects of stereotypes. (.66 points)

 

3.     What are the negative aspects of some of the stereotypes above? (.66 points)
 

4.     Incorporate a reference that discusses the negative aspects of stereotypes. (.66 points)

 

5.     Select an example of a stereotype in television shows you watch or from a current event in the news.  What is the show or event?



6.     What is the exact stereotype? (.45 points)



7.     Who does the stereotype affect? (.45 points)

 

8.     Provide an explanation of why you think it is a stereotype (and not the truth). (.45 points)
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