Unformatted text preview: have one specific race like everyone is used to. This becomes problematic because they essentially could have no real “identity” to others. Race has also been linked to stereotyping because people often label certain “races” to act or behave in a certain manner. It is viewed as something fixed rather than changeable. We use people’s ethnicities to classify them. Our trust and judgments of other people usually relate to their race to some extent to the point where race has become “common sense.” Stereotypes are put together when we observe TV and film where races are usually distorted, as people don’t look/act as they really do in real life....
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- Fall '07
- Ethnic group, Sharon Ng, Reece Peck, TA Reece Peck, Professor Mariscal