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    Gender stereotyping is one of the most controversial topics in the field of education. Professionals are constantly trying to find efficient and effective ways to monitor not only teachers and administrators, but the students as well, to be sure that gender stereotyping and gender biases are kept to the minimum within the school environment. With the goal of neither gender biases nor gender stereotyping in the school system, higher educational professionals constantly seek and research to find ways

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    II- The History of Gender Stereotyping Gender stereotypes are things that have been around for a very long time. But they are not always the same. Over time, they will change and evolve, either for better or for worse. The gender stereotypes in the past were very different than the ones that now revolve around people today. A stereotype that used to be for women was that they should wear dresses, cook and clean, raise the children, maintain a great figure, and remain pure. This is different than

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    to be more on soft, shy and pretty side of the spectrum. These associations are known as gender stereotypes. The textbook definition of gender stereotyping follows the ideal of overgeneralizing characteristics and attributes of a person solely based on the gender of the person without viewing them as an individual (Nobullying.com). From the moment new parents find out the sex of their child, gender stereotyping beings. Typically, most little girls are dressed up in pink frilly outfits with nurseries

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    costume suits them. During this time of year, we see gender stereotyping a lot. Gender stereotyping is a generalized belief about what characteristics and quality one should have base on their gender (An Exploration of Gender Stereotypes in Perception and Practice of Leadership). More and more we are seeing this in everyday things. For example, girls are portrayed as the cheerleader while the boys are the football players. Gender Stereotyping can cause a lot of psychological damage to someone.

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    behavior is not a new trend, but rather an ongoing lifestyle for today’s society. Gender stereotyping, a sub-category of stereotypes, opens many revelations, developments, and behaviors. While there are psychologists that differ in opinion, education and employment seems to be the primary sources where it is believed that most people both obtains and acts out their stereotypical behavior (Sax & Harper 671). The origins of gender differences are particularly hard to trace, but arguments that the differences

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    experiences to satisfy needs and desires” Gender stereotyping in advertising as a negative connotation can explore the possibilities of certain theories to contradict the intended statement. However, there is more credible information to make the point more valid through the use of concept and examples such as Role Theory, Cognitive Recognition, and other ideas pertaining to the controversial statements made about women, men and the lgbtq community. Gender stereotypes in advertising tell their consumers

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    Very few people understand the development of gender stereotyping and how it impacts the younger generation. Gender stereotypes are social expectations of how female and males should act. They are cultural interpretation about how females should be characterized as feminine and like pink, and how boys are stereotyped to be masculine and like the color blue. However, these stereotypes are not natural because they are socially constructed. Social construction is an idea or practice that a group of

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    A commercial advertising a new barbeque burger for Carl’s Jr/ Hardee’s was first aired during the 2013 Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens versus the San Francisco 49ers and is a prime example expressing gender stereotyping in advertisements. The scene is taken place in Memphis, Tn at a local barbeque cookoff, mid-summer in the smoldering heat two main characters walk in with very revealing clothing. Sara Underwood, a model from Playboy as well as an actress; Emily Ratajkowski, also a model and

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    Gender stereotyping in sports media is something we see everyday in magazines and on TV. Since sports were invented, males have dominated one of Canada’s largest pastimes. Reasons for this being physicality and strength, but as time progressed women began to become more involved in the culture of sport. Today there is almost an equal amount of women participating in sports as man, yet women are still not being represented with the same approach as men. About a month ago I found a video online

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    Gender stereotyping is a bias act where gender roles are generalized and unfortunately this act is widely portrayed in the media and is influencing children’s from a very young age. Men and women have bias roles in the media, women are caring, nurturing, loving .while the men are tough, unemotional, the polar opposite of the women. In children’s shows, the girl’s characters are always dressed in pink, playing with dolls, emotional and feminine, while boys wear blue, not emotional and does not play

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