Bullard Stereotypes

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I was first aware of my “class” in the fifth grade when I was attending Hidalgo Elementary School. My parents decided that it was a time for a change because it wasn’t in a good neighborhood. My parents decided to transfer me to Bullard TALENT by the end of 5th grade which was a different environment for me than what I was used to. The majority of people attending Bullard TALENT were Hispanic and the majority of people attending Bullard TALENT were high end people. I was used to being around Hispanic people that when I attended Bullard TALENT I felt different from my classmates I felt like an outsider who didn’t fit in at all. I remember crying to my parents so they could switch me back to my old school, but they said no and that I will be better off staying there. I couldn’t communicate with them because my English wasn’t the best. They were …show more content…
Positive stereotypes about older female adults are “women live seven years longer than men”, “women’s self image shows greater improvement with age as compared to men”, “retirement is less difficult for women than it is for men”, “old female are loving”, “old female are understanding”, “old females are happy”, “old females are trustworthy”, “old female enjoy getting their nails and toes done” “spoil grandchildren”.

I collected these aging stereotypes in movies, the media and especially where I work. I also collected these stereotypes in public places, textbooks, and in lectures. Some stereotypes may seem very off while other stereotypes are completely true. I didn’t realize till now that there are a lot of negative stereotypes towards older

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