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Surname 1 Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Arab Stereotypes Sides, John, and Kimberly Gross. " Stereotypes of Muslims and Support for the War on Terror. " The Journal of Politics 75.3 (2013): 583-598. This article is written by John Sides and Kimberly Gross. In this article, they have research Americans' generalizations of Muslims. We recognize particular measurements of generalizations and find that negative generalizations identifying with savagery and dependability are ordinary. Besides, these generalizations have results: those with less positive perspectives of Muslims, especially since far as viciousness and dependability, will probably bolster a few parts of the War on Terror. Our discoveries stand out from some past research that underlines the part of a summed up ethnocentrism, instead of particular generalizations of Muslims, in clarifying popular feeling in this area. We contend that natives do utilize particular generalizations when there is a nearby correspondence between the measurement of the generalization and the approach being referred to. A gathering being Muslim Americans for this
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