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Blonde stereotypes are stereotypes of blond-haired people, especially women. Sub-types include the " blonde bombshell " and the " dumb blonde ". Blondes are differently stereotyped from brunettes as more desirable and less intelligent.

There are many blonde jokes made on these premises. Although chiefly aimed at women, jokes of this style have also been aimed at similar stereotypes associated with men, such as the " dumb jock " and the " surfer dude". There are several aspects to the stereotypical perception of blonde - haired women. This perception is exploited in culture and advertising. In contemporary popular culture, it is often stereotyped that men find blonde women more attractive than women with other hair colors.

On the other hand, a blonde woman is often perceived as making little use of intelligence and as a "woman who relies on her looks rather than on intelligence. In Brazil, this extends to blonde women being looked down upon, as reflected in sexist jokes, as also sexually licentious. Alfred Hitchcock preferred to cast blonde women for major roles in his films as he believed that the audience would suspect them the least, comparing them to "virgin snow that shows up the bloody footprints", hence the term "Hitchcock blonde".

Annette Kuhn divides blonde stereotypes in cinema into three categories in The Women's Companion to International Film: In cognitive linguistics , the stereotype uses expressivity of words to affect an emotional response which determines a gender role of a certain kind. The blonde bombshell is a gender stereotype that connotes a very attractive woman with blonde hair.

Jean Harlow started the stereotype with her film Bombshell. The notion of "dumb blonde" has been a topic of academic research reported in scholarly articles and university symposia, which tend to confirm that many people hold to the perception that light-haired women are less intelligent than women with dark hair.

A possible explanation is that attractive women have less pressing incentives to cultivate and demonstrate their intellect in order to ensure their future, since attractiveness is an asset, or correlatively that intelligent women have less pressing incentives to dye their hair to a presumed attractive color. The validity of this explanation is corroborated by its applicability to a similar pervasiveness of the " dumb athlete " stereotype.

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes a comic novel , a Broadway musical , and two films explores the appeal of blonde women. The Encyclopedia of Hair describes Marilyn Monroe 's blonde role as that of "a fragile woman who relied on her looks rather than on intelligence—what some people refer to as 'dumb blonde'. Madonna emulated that screen-persona of Monroe in her music video Material Girl.

Country music legend Dolly Parton has embraced the "dumb blonde" stereotype as part of her naturally bubbly persona, even dedicating a song to it, Dumb Blonde. There is a category of jokes called "blonde jokes" that employs the dumb blonde stereotype. Many of these jokes are mere variants on traditional ethnic jokes or jests about other identifiable groups such as Italian jokes involving Carabinieri , Sardarji jokes or Pathan jokes.

Similar jokes about stereotyped minorities have circulated since the seventeenth century with only the wording and targeted groups changed. Blonde jokes have been criticized as sexist by several authors, as most blondes in these jokes are female, although male variations also exist.

In a typical plot of this type a blonde complains about the unfairness of the stereotype propagated by blonde jokes, with a punch line actually reinforcing the stereotype. In a November 16, article titled " Blondes vs. A number of studies have been conducted over the years to measure society's attitude toward blondes and brunettes. Many of the studies have shown that men, especially those of European descent, find blonde women more attractive than brunettes, redheads, or women of other races who had darker hair, eyes, or complexion.

Lisa Walker, Sociology Department Chair at the University of North Carolina said that hair color "absolutely" plays a role in the way people are treated and claimed that numerous studies had shown that blonde women were paid higher salaries than other women. Kyle and Heike I. Mahler , the researchers asked subjects to evaluate photographs of the same woman with "natural" not dyed looking brown, red, and blonde hair in the context of a job application for an accounting position.

In addition, participants designated the female applicant's starting salary as significantly lower when she was depicted as a blonde than when she was shown with brown hair. The brunette was considered more for a managerial position and for a higher salary. The study, published in the Scandinavian Journal of Psychology , used the same woman and had her dye her hair a different color for each visit.

However, when the researchers interviewed the men who spoke to her, the men rated her more intelligent and attractive as a brunette than as a blonde. French magazine Le Monde believes that the rivalry is more prevalent in the United States. In a article, Le Monde argued that American TV has almost, without exception, characterized blonde women as having the positive values of purity, goodness, and sincerity, frequently at the expense of their brunette counterparts. In Russia, according to a survey by the Southern Federal University, brunettes are considered more attractive than blondes.

This idea draws on the stereotype that females have a lower psychometric intelligence than males. At the same time, there are many examples where the stereotype is exploited only to combat it. However, the protagonist turns out to be very intelligent and is shown to have been underachieving due to society's low expectations of her. Country music entertainer Dolly Parton , aware of this occasional characterization of her, addressed it in her hit " Dumb Blonde ". Parton's lyrics challenged the stereotype, stating "just because I'm blonde, don't think I'm dumb 'cause this dumb blonde ain't nobody's fool".

Parton has said she was not offended by "all the dumb- blonde jokes because I know I'm not dumb. I'm also not blonde. The author of the comic strip Blondie , Chic Young , starting with "Dumb Dora", gradually transformed the titular character into a smart, hard-working, family-oriented woman. In The Simpsons episode " To Surveil with Love " Lisa faces prejudice with her brunette peers because of her blonde hair. She dyes her hair dark brown to prove her point that not all blondes are dumb and people need to look past every stereotype.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 20 September Race and intelligence and Sex and intelligence. Blonde versus brunette rivalry. Retrieved 19 March Latinos not reflected on Spanish TV". University of California Press , p.

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Kenrick Evolutionary Social Psychology. Journal of Social Psychology , , Realistic Tests with Restaurant Waitresses". Cornell University, School of Hotel Administration. Approached more frequently but judged more harshly. Evidence for gender-based stereotypes", The Journal of Social Psychology , 2: She's having a blonde moment. Retrieved from " https: Stock characters Jokes Stereotypes of women Misogyny Blond hair. Archived copy as title Wikipedia pending changes protected pages Citation overkill Articles tagged with the inline citation overkill template from September All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from July Views Read Edit View history.

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Restaurant for Christmas lunch. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes a comic novel , a Broadway musical , and two films explores the appeal of blonde women. The Encyclopedia of Hair describes Marilyn Monroe 's blonde role as that of "a fragile woman who relied on her looks rather than on intelligence—what some people refer to as 'dumb blonde'.

Madonna emulated that screen-persona of Monroe in her music video Material Girl. Country music legend Dolly Parton has embraced the "dumb blonde" stereotype as part of her naturally bubbly persona, even dedicating a song to it, Dumb Blonde.

There is a category of jokes called "blonde jokes" that employs the dumb blonde stereotype. Many of these jokes are mere variants on traditional ethnic jokes or jests about other identifiable groups such as Italian jokes involving Carabinieri , Sardarji jokes or Pathan jokes. Similar jokes about stereotyped minorities have circulated since the seventeenth century with only the wording and targeted groups changed.

Blonde jokes have been criticized as sexist by several authors, as most blondes in these jokes are female, although male variations also exist. In a typical plot of this type a blonde complains about the unfairness of the stereotype propagated by blonde jokes, with a punch line actually reinforcing the stereotype. In a November 16, article titled " Blondes vs. A number of studies have been conducted over the years to measure society's attitude toward blondes and brunettes.

Many of the studies have shown that men, especially those of European descent, find blonde women more attractive than brunettes, redheads, or women of other races who had darker hair, eyes, or complexion. Lisa Walker, Sociology Department Chair at the University of North Carolina said that hair color "absolutely" plays a role in the way people are treated and claimed that numerous studies had shown that blonde women were paid higher salaries than other women.

Kyle and Heike I. Mahler , the researchers asked subjects to evaluate photographs of the same woman with "natural" not dyed looking brown, red, and blonde hair in the context of a job application for an accounting position. In addition, participants designated the female applicant's starting salary as significantly lower when she was depicted as a blonde than when she was shown with brown hair.

The brunette was considered more for a managerial position and for a higher salary. The study, published in the Scandinavian Journal of Psychology , used the same woman and had her dye her hair a different color for each visit.

However, when the researchers interviewed the men who spoke to her, the men rated her more intelligent and attractive as a brunette than as a blonde. French magazine Le Monde believes that the rivalry is more prevalent in the United States. In a article, Le Monde argued that American TV has almost, without exception, characterized blonde women as having the positive values of purity, goodness, and sincerity, frequently at the expense of their brunette counterparts.

In Russia, according to a survey by the Southern Federal University, brunettes are considered more attractive than blondes. This idea draws on the stereotype that females have a lower psychometric intelligence than males. At the same time, there are many examples where the stereotype is exploited only to combat it.

However, the protagonist turns out to be very intelligent and is shown to have been underachieving due to society's low expectations of her. Country music entertainer Dolly Parton , aware of this occasional characterization of her, addressed it in her hit " Dumb Blonde ". Parton's lyrics challenged the stereotype, stating "just because I'm blonde, don't think I'm dumb 'cause this dumb blonde ain't nobody's fool". Parton has said she was not offended by "all the dumb- blonde jokes because I know I'm not dumb.

I'm also not blonde. The author of the comic strip Blondie , Chic Young , starting with "Dumb Dora", gradually transformed the titular character into a smart, hard-working, family-oriented woman.

In The Simpsons episode " To Surveil with Love " Lisa faces prejudice with her brunette peers because of her blonde hair.

She dyes her hair dark brown to prove her point that not all blondes are dumb and people need to look past every stereotype. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This is the latest accepted revision , reviewed on 20 September Race and intelligence and Sex and intelligence.

Blonde versus brunette rivalry. Retrieved 19 March Latinos not reflected on Spanish TV".

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