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Department
Human Rights and Equity Studies
Course
HREQ 1920
Professor
Elizabeth Brule
Semester
Winter

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Male Female Relationships – 2013 th January 15 , 2013 The gender stereotypes becomes normalized and racialized Racialization is a process – a discursive production simple policies such as affirmitive actions?!?! these racial identities pose a particular racial character onto people = racialization those stereotypes or ideals can be found in present day representations stewart hall – has examined how stereotype functions these characters tend to be assumed to fix in nature Richard dryer – stereotypes come from the process of typing (categorieze) we categorize by roles , gender, horoscopes, personality sites stereotypes are fixed ethnocentrisim – norm of one culture defines w
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