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Unformatted text preview: BEH/225 CheckPoint: Evaluation and Judgment What are the different ways in which we evaluate people? The most common way we evaluate people is their appearance whether they are smart, nice- looking, outgoing or respectful etc. We also evaluate people according to their maturity, culture, gender, profession and ethnic group. When we have conversations with others, we also evaluate the other party according to their verbal communication, terminology they use and etiquette. Sometimes, we also evaluate others according to other resources such as word of mouth, news and tabloids. These are all factors which may influence and decide our evaluations about other people. How do these factors play a role in our expectations of other people? These factors play a part in our expectations of other people because we have a tendency to have stereotypes of each group of citizens in our own mentality. For example, we may possibly believe that all Japanese are gifted in school, and a such expect all the Japanese we meet in our...
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