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Why are stereotypes about majority group members (such as lawyers, politicians, and the wealthy) less damaging than stereotypes about minority group members?

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Present a discussion that analyzes both sides of the question. Are we biased against assertive women?

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1. Stereotypes about majority group members such as the elite and highly educated are less damaging than about minority group members because the elite hold the power. This explained by social stratification, particular Weber’s analysis of it. Weber suggested that the upper class, made up, among others, lawyers, politicians, and the wealthy, is not just about how much money or materials items they have. This upper social class also includes power and prestige, which comes from owning property, among many other factors, such as intellect and athletic prowess. Prestige can lead to owning property, but it is not necessarily...
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