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  • People rarely articulate explicitly what a native speaker of a language is already assumed to know. So to acquire the stereotypical knowledge that underpins much of what is said in a given culture, one must look to what is implied by language rather than what is overtly stated. Similes are a convenient vehicle for this kind of knowledge, insofar as they mark out the most salient aspects of the most frequently evoked concepts.

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  • Sally Aldridge is now in her fourth career as Head of Accreditation at the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), a post she took up in 1999. She began work as a teacher of African history in Zambia and returned to the UK to train as a counsellor. Sally then spent a period working as a counsellor and Director of Student Services at Staffordshire University, and taught counselling skills and counsellor training courses at the University of Keele. At Staffordshire she set up the University Harassment and Bullying Network.

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  • Racial and ethnic minorities tend to receive a lower quality of healthcare than non-minorities, even when access-related factors, such as patients’ insurance status and income, are controlled. The sources of these disparities are complex, are rooted in historic and contemporary inequities, and involve many participants at several levels, including health systems, their administrative and bureaucratic processes, utilization managers, healthcare professionals, and patients.

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  • Latina/os are now the largest and fastest growing minority group in the United States, representing approximately 33 million in the year 2000, and two thirds of them are Chicana/os. However, there are major differences among Latino subgroups in terms of their cultural characteristics, immigration experiences, history, socioeconomic levels, and other important factors. It is no longer appropriate to negate these differences or to assume that all Latinos share similar psychological issues (McNeill et al., 2001).

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  • series editor: manijeh mannani Give us wholeness, for we are broken But who are we asking , and why do we ask? Phyllis Webb National in scope, Mingling Voices draws on the work of both new and established novelists, short story tellers, and poets. The series especially, but not exclusively, aims to promote authors who challenge traditions and cultural stereotypes.

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  • Chapter 19 - Negotiating with international customers, partners, and regulators. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: The problems associated with cultural stereotypes, how culture influences behaviors at the negotiation table, common kinds of problems that crop up during international business negotiations, the similarities and differences in communication behaviors in several countries,...

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  • Images of criminal law infuse our everyday lives. From newspapers and television news programmes reporting incidents or trials, to detective novels, films and television series such as The Bill, Law and Order, Silent Witness and The Wire, crime and the control of crime pour into our individual and collective consciousness.

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  • Therefore Italianicity requires a stereotyped image of Italian culture as con- structed by foreigners and their tourist experience, be it personal or mediated through magazines, films or advertisements. The more this quality is estab- lished, the more it becomes transparent and thus ideologically charged on a very subliminal level, or, as Barthes put it, ‘Bourgeois ideology … turns culture into nature’ (1973: 206). It requires a hegemonial reading to uncover its ideo- logical effect.

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  • Education is an important tool in the fight against HIV/AIDS. And while most schools are welcoming to children, some schools fail to provide the necessary protection for children to flourish and, in fact, may expose young people – especially girls – to violence. School cultures can contribute to gender violence. Often, gender stereotypes and inequities abound in the classroom, where different behaviours and roles are expected from girls and boys. Gender-based school violence takes many forms.

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