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A stereotype is a simplified generalization about members of a group.
Stereotype, stereo type, or stereotypes may also refer to:
- Stereotypical (animal behavior), a non-pathological pattern of animal behavior which displays very low variability
- Stereotypes of animals, anthropomorphized and other cliche perceptions of animals by people
- Stereotype (printing), a duplicate of a typographical element
- Stereotype (UML), an extensibility mechanism of Unified Modeling Language
- Stereo Type, a 2005 experimental composition by Guto Puw
- "Stereotypes" (song), a 1996 Britpop single by Blur
- Stereotypes (producers), a music production group
- A 1980 ska single by The Specials on More Specials
- Stereotype (album), a 2011 album by indie R&B artist B.Slade
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