Lecture #7 Behavioral Profiling VS Stereotyping

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Behavioral Profiling versus Stereotyping Vanderbilt University EngM 244 Pence
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Behavioral Profiling How do the clothes you wear affect how people perceive you? Dating? Business? School? Are you stereotyping or behavioral profiling?
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Stereotyping How do the clothes you wear affect how people perceive you? Dating? Business? School? Are you stereotyping or behavioral profiling?
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Examples Ed7C3gAXQNA Julia Robert oUqnuN2oprw With money next day
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Behavioral Profiling Chris Rock presents behavioral profiling 101
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Unformatted text preview: • hTp:// Behavioral Profling • Based on actons and noT on race (ethnicity), gender, physique, age, intellect, religion, poliTcal views, income, culture, disability Stereotyping may Overwhelm your ability to look for behavior or one action may reinforce your prejudice or observation Behavioral Profling • Science oF sex appeal DISC Profling MBTI – LOQ Profling • You can profle For preFerences oF personnel you are interested in employing • You can profle your manager (new boss) • Can you profle your Fellow employees or Fellow students • Key is LISTENING and OBSERVATION...
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