Archive for October, 2011

Costumes are one of the best parts of Halloween. Sure there is candy, ghosts and ghouls, but the costumes are priceless. There are plenty of places to get candy year round. And if you are interested in ghosts and ghouls just watch Ghost Whisperer. You can even buy a cookbook with recipes from the ghosts […]

Monday, October 31st, 2011 at 11:06 | 3 comments
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Forbes.com’s recent article on The 10 Worst Stereotypes About Powerful Women by Jenna Goudreau is The Communicated Stereotype’s repost for today’s Weblog Wednesday. This clear article enumerates stereotypes communicated about women in the workplace in subtle and overt ways. With such a clear and direct description with plenty of examples there is little TCS needs […]

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011 at 08:40 | 0 comments
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Today The Communicated Stereotype introduces its newest feature. Casual Fridays. On casual Fridays, TCS discusses stereotypes communicated casually in the workplace. Today’s blog deals with stereotypes of the the heterosexual female as breeder. Communicating the Breeder Stereotype in the Workplace Pregnancy marks women. It is a visible symbol of our being different, other. It serves, […]

Thursday, October 20th, 2011 at 22:58 | 2 comments
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The only problem with TCS Trading Cards- an otherwise inspired invention- is that they are too small. Of course, this is the case with the trading card genre in general. However, this is especially so for John Rocker’s TCS trading card which could not possibly fit all the stereotypes he has said. I’m not even […]

Monday, October 17th, 2011 at 07:28 | 0 comments
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Several years ago, How to Start a Movement went viral. In three minutes, the Derek Sivers explains how one person’s actions can motivate others to act in ways that can have a large impact. Recently, I published an article titled Small Behavior, Big Change that highlights a learning activity that I use in class. The […]

Thursday, October 13th, 2011 at 20:54 | 0 comments
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Yesterday, Anderson Cooper aired his AC360 Town Hall: “Bullying: It Stops Here.” Although I appreciate Cooper’s sensitive, in depth, empathetic approach, and look forward to his week long series on the topic, today’s blog provides a more pragmatic approach to stopping bullies. As the new academic years gets underway, teachers and other school administrators in […]

Monday, October 10th, 2011 at 00:18 | 0 comments
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The following blog relates to another blog I wrote a week ago in which I discussed how people have an aversion to being labeled or labeling themselves as feminists. In honor of Weblog Wednesdays at The Communicated Stereotype I thought I would share the following blog post on that topic from the blogger at Indelibility. […]

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011 at 18:40 | 4 comments
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