are a travesty and lead to misconceptions, she added.
The corrosive effects of acting and speaking without a reasonably accurate understanding of the situation have resulted in poorly thought out decisions and overgeneralizations
that pander to fears and prejudice--from all sides.
However, I must point out a few biological overgeneralizations
. One example is the characterization of all macromolecules as polymers (p.
Continue cognitive-behavioral therapy with a focus on identifying thoughts tied to anxiety that are overgeneralizations
But even as Phillips distances herself from the overgeneralizations
in current discussions about orientalism and transnational encounter, her work often suffers from the same problem she critiques.
(234) Like any work of such a magnitude, From Arab Spring to Islamic Winter includes some overgeneralizations
as well as some omissions or missteps.
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.
But few critics have been equipped to engage French, Spanish, and English texts across the Caribbean basin with equal facility, which potentially means that broad comparisons are rare and overgeneralizations
Second, ACP is concerned with the use of overgeneralizations
within the document that do not include a cited evidence base.
Perhaps this is only my preference, but I always wonder about the usefulness of such writing moves as noting that a scholar's "overgeneralizations
are annoying" (288), characterizing an essay as "a frothy diatribe against close reading and for indeterminacy" (163), and observing that "there were even undergraduates [in the 1960s] who wrote intelligently about Hemingway, more so than some professors" (57), particularly from such an established Americanist scholar.
Yet without connections between ideas and development of these properties, there is room for overgeneralizations
from instruction and from prior knowledge (Liang & Wood, 2005).
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.