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stereotypical

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not exactly not genuine, but this stereotypical idea of female beauty.
In this sense, relating the exchange theories and the implicit theories of leadership, Epitropaki and Martin (2005) found empirical evidence of an issue that was already pointed out by Lord and Maher (1993): The difference between the stereotypical traits that followers believe leaders should have and those that are attributed to the current leader is what affects followers' assessment of their exchanges with the leader.
The survey also found that just 17 per cent of van drivers actually drive the stereotypical white van man vehicle - the Ford Transit.
In my debut film, Sinner, there are three gay characters, none of whom fit into the stereotypical mold.
First, I believe that the authors' notion of "at risk" is not only limiting but also stereotypical.
The intellectual turf they share should elevate the discussion beyond the cliche-ridden, stereotypical, rags-to-riches, humble-to-tragic beginnings genre to which many famous African Americans' life stories seem to be relegated.
Stereotypical moan Pauline creates problems at the Fowlers - before telling Ian she plans to get her granddaughter back.
We were happy that we could be an example of a positive gay relationship, something that's not stereotypical but valid: two men creating art," says Spencer.
Robert O'Neal is in some ways a stereotypical "tough guy" New Jerseyite.
Although the alcoholic and the enabler may seem to be stereotypical, Goodman avoids stereotypes.
We have to move away from the idea that Mercosul just has the stereotypical products of coffee and beef to offer world trade," Furlan said.