Here are my suggestions:
"Stereotyping is a huge problem in today's society. It should be stopped in some way or reduced because of it's
bad influence on
kids and teenagers. Stereotyping is cruel and easy to make a habit.
First, don't you think stereotyping is painful to people? Almost all white people think black people are dangerous because they heard from news, friends, videos or advertisements that have been trying to say that black people will hurt you. Do you have research to support this claim? Are you required to document your sources for the information in this essay?
So when a small group of friends see a dark skinned man, they may
avoid him because they "
that he is going to harm them. They never knew that the man was
nice and not going to do anything to
them. Wonder how he felt when he saw them walking away. This may hurt his feelings
. Why would it hurt a complete stranger's feelings to see a group of people walking away from him? Was there some kind of contact between him and the group? If not, why should this affect him?
Second, stereotyping is an easy habit
to make. People used to be told many positive and negative things about something or someone, which may be a stereotype. For instance, one girl used to listen people's negative opinions about a skinny women modeling. Now, she got her own opinion but didn't realize that her opinion is negative because she hasn't heard any positive thing about the model. So go on, she listens to other opinions about something else and got her new opinion that is similar to them. Don't you think that is simple to make an opinion by themselves? This is a very confusing statement. I don't understand the point you are trying to make here, can you clarify it more? When, exactly, were people told negatives and positives about something or someone, and what is the result of that cause?
To conclude, stereotyping creates many different problems on media You have not mentioned anything about stereotyping and the media; where does this statement come from?
that affect people's thoughts. Without stereotyping, we would learn a lot of truths around the world instead of believing others' thoughts."
I think you've got some good ideas here, but I'm not exactly clear as to what they are. If you can provide a bit more clarification in these areas, I can help you clean them up more.