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Gender Stereotypes and Elementary School Teachers

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Irish English Stereotypes
A Variational Pragmatic Analysis

stereotypes. No 155. In Ulrich Ammon, Norbert Dittmar, Klaus J. Mattheier, Peter Trudgill (eds.), Sociolinguistics: An International Handbook of the Science of Language and Society, 1587-1602. Berlin and New York: Walter De Gruyter. Cameron, Deborah. 1995. Verbal Hygiene. London: Routledge. Farr, Fiona and Anne O’Keeffe. 2002. ‘Would’ as a hedging device in an Irish context: An intra-varietal comparison of institutionalised spoken interaction.In Reppen, Randi, Susan M. Fitzmaurice, and Douglas Biber (eds.), Using Corpora to Explore Linguistic

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Gender Stereotyping of Political Candidates
An Experimental Study of Political Communication

: McGraw-Hill. Gjørven, Julie, Margunn Grønn & Helle Vaagland (2000) ’Det tapte tiåret. Om kvinnebildet i dagspressen ved inngangen til år 2000’, in Elisabeth Eide (ed.) Narrespeil. Kjønn, sex og medier. Kristiansand: Høyskoleforlaget. Hernes, Helga Maria (1987) Welfare State and Woman Power: Essays in State Feminism. Oslo: Norwegian University Press Huddy, Leonie & Nayda Terkildsen (1993) ‘Gender Stereotypes and the Perception of Male and Female Candidates’, American Journal of Political Science 37: 119

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Stereotypes Determining Perceptions of Female Politicians: The Case of Poland

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Cultural Stereotypes – A Revival of Bosche’s View

R eferences 1. Allport, Gordon (1979/1954), The Nature of Prejudice:25th Anniversary Edition, Cambridge, Perseus Books. 2. Avigdor, Rosette, 1953, Étude expérimentale de la genèse des stéréotypes. Cahiers internationaux de sociologie , 14 , 154-168, 3. [Accessed 15.03.2017]. 4. Bosche, Marc (1991), La problématique du management interculturel (thése de doctorat), Paris: Université de Paris IX Dauphine. 5. Bosche, Marc (1993 a), Le management interculturel, Paris

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Stereotypes in the perception of cross-border business partners (on the example of Podlasie entrepreneurs)

). Społeczne tworzenie rzeczywistości. Traktat z socjologii wiedzy [ The creation of social reality. The treaty of sociology of knowledge ]. Warszawa, Poland: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN. Biernat, M., & Crandall, C. S. (1996). Creating stereotypes and capturing their content. European Journal of Social Psychology , 26 , 867-898. Błuszkowski, J. (2005). Stereotypy a tożsamość narodowa [ Stereotypes and national identily ]. Warszawa, Poland: Dom Wydawniczy Elipsa. Brigham, J. C. (1971). Ethnic stereotypes. Psychological Bulletin , 76 , 15-38. Budyta

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Stereotypes in Czech phraseology. Nations and ethnic groups

: na cestě ke kognitivní (etno)lingvistice. Slovo a slovesnost, no.4, pp. 245-249. WALTER, E., ed., 2002. Cambridge nternational ictionary of dioms. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [CIDI] WHORF, B. L., 1978. Science and linguistics (1940). In: J. B. Carroll, ed. Language, thought and reality. Selected writings of Benjamin Lee Whorf. Cambridge: M.I.T, pp. 207-219. ZINKEN, J., 2004. Metaphors, stereotypes, and the linguistic picture of the world: Impulses from the Ethnolinguistic School of Lublin. 7, pp. 115-136.

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Legal Drama and Audiovisual Translation: The Role of Legal English in the Construction of Stereotyped Representations

: An Essay on Phenomenology and Feminist Theory. Theatre Journal, 40, (4), 519-531. Diaz Cintas, J., & Anderman, G. (eds.). 2008. Audiovisual Translation. Language Transfer on Screen. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. English, H. 2003. Gender on Trial: Sexual Stereotypes and Work/life Balance in the Legal Workplace. New York: ALM Publishing. Fairclough, N. 1995. Critical Discourse Analysis. The Critical Study of Language. London, New York: Longman. Fairclough, N. 2011. Discoursive Hybridity and Social

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Rhythmic Gymnastics vs. Boxing: Gender Stereotypes From the Two Poles of Female Sport

. New York: Columbia University Press. Hadas, M. (2003). The Birth of the Modern Man. Helikon Kiadó: Budapest. Halbert, C. (1997). Tough Enough and Woman Enough: Stereotypes, Discrimination and Impression Management Among Women Professional Boxers. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 21, 7-37. Hasbrook, C. (1993). ‘Gendering Practices and First Graders’ Bodies: Physicality, Sexuality and Bodily Adornment in a Minority Inner City School . Paper presented at the North American Society for the Sociological Study of

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Stereotypes in health professional students – perspectives for research about interprofessional learning, teaching and working / Stereotype von Lernenden in den Gesundheitsprofessionen – Perspektiven für die Forschung zum interprofessionellen Lernen, Lehren und Arbeiten

– im Vergleich zu Nordamerika, Asien und einigen anderen europäischen Ländern noch immer Nachholbedarf bei der Auseinandersetzung mit dem Thema ( Ewers & Reichel, 2017 ). Wie wenig insbesondere in (bildungs-)wissenschaftlicher Hinsicht Anschlussfähigkeit besteht, zeigt exemplarisch der Diskurs über die Bedeutung von Stereotypen für das interprofessionelle Lernen, Lehren und Arbeiten. Stereotype sind „festgefügte, oft wertende und emotional gefärbte Urteile über Personen, Gruppen, Ereignisse oder Gegenstände, die sich auf nur wenige und oberflächlich beobachtbare

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