I don’t have have fully formed opinions about this all yet. The chart ‘feels’ ALMOST right – and yet something about it _is_ a bit ‘off’ that I can’t put my finger on. I think it fits a standard American bias which is why it’s hard for me to see it.

I don’t have have fully formed opinions about this all yet. The chart ‘feels’ ALMOST right – and yet something about it _is_ a bit ‘off’ that I can’t put my finger on.

I think it fits a standard American bias which is why it’s hard for me to see it.

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Ah – I can see the stereotyping better in full. Yeah, it’s an ok starting point but not as rules. That is, once going through examples of how this can be seen as true, follow up with a longer course of breaking down all the ways it isn’t and yet may hide in bias.

I’d say this chart is a map of a common implicit class bias itself and could be an good object of study for that reason.

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