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STEREOTYPING:. A LOOK AT RACIAL GEOGRAPHY Jessica Henderson Daniel, PhD, ABPP October 2007. STEREOTYPE. Something conforming to a fixed or general pattern:

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stereotyping

STEREOTYPING:

A LOOK AT RACIAL GEOGRAPHY

Jessica Henderson Daniel, PhD, ABPP

October 2007

stereotype
STEREOTYPE

Something conforming to a fixed or general pattern:

Esp: a standardized mental picture that is held in common by members of a group and that represents an oversimplified opinion, affective attitude , or critical judgment

stagnate
STAGNATE
  • To become or remain stagnant: motionless (water); stale; not advancing or developing
racial geography growing up
Racial Geography: Growing Up

Landscape:

In terms of race and ethnicity

Home

Street

Neighborhood

Parts of Town Visited-Driven Through

Places visited on vacation

The Who:

Messages received about those persons

some examples
Some Examples
  • All-white neighborhoods and African-American and Latina domestics
  • Boundaries in Relationships-In-school only friendships
  • Segregation
  • Concept of danger-physical and psychological
  • Fear and Power—White and Persons of Color
a mantra
A Mantra

You can become your past, but this does not have to happen