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Pleeeeeeeeeeeease help me asap!!! I know this is the wrong subject but no one is answering me in English.... Will fan and medal! Using either "I Want to be Miss America" or "The Struggle to be An All-American Girl", analyze how stereotypes and social expectations are portrayed within the text. In your response, please use two examples from the text to support your answer.

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you have to post the story too
Wrong section, buddy! :) Please place this Q in the english section so you can get reliable answers and faster help. :)

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Didn't you hear me?! and i'm NOT your buddy!!! listen up!!!!! I HAVE BEEN WORKING ON THIS FOR FIVE HOURS STRAIGHT MY HEAD IS THROBBING I CAN'T TAKE A BREAK I HAVE TO GET THIS DONE NO ONE IS ANSWERING SO SOMEONE ANSWER!!!!!!!!!!!!!
EVEN JUST A STARTING POINT
It's considered spam to the mathematics thread.
Wow. That will surely get you what you want
one sec let me read them an I'll answer your question.
@Aureyliant whatever and @brandonford7 thank you so much you're the best :)
We would love to help but we're mathematicians
Ik. :( But I tried posting it in English a little while ago and no one is answering I've been working on this for five hours straight I can't even take a break I don't even need you to write it for me please I just need at least a starting point. :(
Anybody PLEASE all i'm asking for is a starting point......
whats the text
well first off its an opinion oriented question so you shouldn't rack your brain. Second judging by the titles and what it is asking for it is not hard. In terms of miss America (this is not reading the text) one can assume that a typical stereotype is that the girl just needs to be pretty and doesn't really have to be smart or know anything that is going on in the world. That is a stereotype as we have just classified all the competitors into the same category. Its the same as saying all blondes are dumb. I'm unsure as to why you're racking over this as it shouldn't be difficult to find an example in the text. Unless you do not know what a stereotype is or social expectations. (social expectation example though outdated a bit: Men are expected to bring money home to the family while women should stay at home and raise children and care for the house.)
@Rhystic ty ty ty @brandonford7 did you read it?
I read I want to be Miss America, The stereotypes there are the four girls feeling that since the colored and different they don't fit in, which is negative because for the rest of their lives even when there in college and people like the exotic look they still feel left out.
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@brandonford7 ty ty ty ty so much!!!!!!!!
In "The Struggle to be An All-American Girl" she has a lot of the same problems that the four girls did in the other story, she hates her Chinese heritage and how she was forced to keep it so she could finally become a full american in this case its negative as well, because at the end of the story the writer states "sadly I still am" she lost her chinese heritage completely and now regrets it because she made the decision that she wants to be one of those perfect americans.
In the I want to be miss America the main stereotype is all americans are perfect, and in "The Struggle to be An All-American Girl" its pretty much the same. In both stories they dislike their original heritage.

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