Perhaps the fashion forward infused abaya trend is emphasised to remove negative views and help move away from overgeneralizations
and stereotyping, but designers believe that the abaya and 'sheila', even with the invasion of foreign culture and ethos, are here to stay.
Dobish (2003) "The contribution of emotion perceptions and their overgeneralizations
to trait impressions".
The book has the disquieting tendency to make such overgeneralizations
, because the word consequence does not refer only to positively maintaining consequences (versus negative) but a vast array of different types of outcomes, such as protein synthesis, the development of dorsal fins of whales, and the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.
While it may be said that each of these overgeneralizations
is informed by certain elements of truth, they both have long served to obscure or render irrelevant the many complexities and complications of cultural history in what was in fact a radically transformative century.
She urged that media on both the sides should come up with images closer to reality and avoid making overgeneralizations
and stereotyping on some sporadic but unfortunate incidents.
Rossi's tone in these passages shifts from exasperation to amazement, leading Twisted Worlds into occasional overgeneralizations
that mar otherwise laudable argumentative precision.
In addition, the research often contains misrepresentations and overgeneralizations
, especially concerning populations like the Hmong, who are often subsumed under more general categories, including Asian American, which include vastly different Asian ethnic groups who may come from a variety of cultural backgrounds and represent diverse educational, economic, and immigration histories.
But stereotypes and overgeneralizations
also can lead to mosque burnings and other crimes, as well as inform or influence US foreign policy.
First, by adulthood, the rules of the first language have been so thoroughly internalized that overgeneralizations
may occur frequently, often hindering the language acquisition and reading process in the L2.
The term refers to a form of political discourse involving efforts to provoke visceral responses, such as anger, righteousness, fear or moral indignation, through the use of overgeneralizations
, sensationalism, misleading or patently inaccurate information, ad hominem attacks and partial truths about opponents.
In my opinion Ullmann's tendency to highly schematic overgeneralizations
little advanced the field.
Throughout his study, Hawkins is careful to acknowledge overgeneralizations
and the trappings of what he terms "dandy-spotting.