How to Categorize People
You categorize people every time you see or speak to someone. As soon as you recognize a characteristic about a person, from skin or eye color to the sound of a male voice, you have categorized that person. The U.S. Census Bureau categorizes the entire...
Currently, Wikipedia supports categorizing People by educational institution and
People by company, as well as numerous more specific categories.
May 5, 2014 ... More often than I prefer, I find myself in a conversation with somebody who thinks
they know me. Most recently, it was with a stranger who'd ...
Oct 27, 2009 ... Throughout the world, racial, cultural, and ethnic differences are used to place
people into different categories. Once we categorize people in ...
I like to think of people as cookies. There's oatmeal raisin, chocolate chip and
peanut butter. Oatmeal raisin cookies are the ones I can just keep eating un...
You categorize people every time you see or speak to someone. As soon as you
recognize a characteristic about a person, from skin or eye color to the sound of ...
Feb 22, 2011 ... People naturally create categories. Just like learning a native language happens
naturally, so does learning to categorize the world around us.
Just as we categorize objects into different types, so we categorize people
according to their social group memberships. Once we do so, we begin to
respond to ...
We categorize people in the same way. We see the group to which we belong (
the in-group) as being different from the others (the out-group), and members of ...
Most of us like to consider ourselves as unique, but is it possible to categorize the
differences between us and identify the determinants of such differences?