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Surname 1 Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Arab stereotype Introduction Sander L. Gilman an American cultural and literary historian . He is known for his contributions to the history of medicine and Jewish studies and. He is the author of over ninety books. He wrote this book “Difference and Pathology; Stereotypes of Sexuality, Race, And Madness?” in 1985. I will be discussing the reinforce our “illusion of control” from the given book which illustrates the power of illusion and its reinforcement through different concepts. Concept Analysis/Quote Explication Gilman goes ahead to connection his formative mental hypothesis to the examination of writings. He contends that writings organized frameworks of representation are perfect destinations to concentrate the constantly fluctuating examples of stereotyping. For Gilman, "writings work as organized articulations of the internal world in our mental representation," and
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