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SUBJECT AREA Sports
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CREATED ON 6th September 2017
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Why Asian-Americans are non existent in American sports

In this essay you will show that our what we assume about something or someone we are not familiar with can get in the way of the truth or at least cause us to oversimplify or generalize. By contrasting a stereotype or an assumption with the truth and explaining the difference, you will demonstrate how such thinking clouds our judgment.
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