Could you calculate Stereotype to Reality ratio?

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  1. The Rhetoric of Life

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    Could we calculate this?

    How do we quantify such a subject?

    We'd need stereotype information gathered by a study group?
    And then analyse the subject in question and see how much the study group got right/wrong, and start from that I suppose.

    But, can it be done?
     
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    S to R Scale (Stereotype to Reality) could broken down into 10.
    a 10 S to R on an S to R Scale would indicate that all stereotypes are true.
    a 0 S to R on an S to R Scale would indicate none of the stereotypes are true.

    This scale should confront stereotypes and social issues.
     

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