1.Analyzing StereotypesCulture is a small word that carries a lot of meaning. Unfortunately, the word is often conflated with other terms and misused. Most often, the terms culture, race, and ethnicity are used interchangeably although they are actually three distinct concepts that have some overlap. In this unit, you will learn about the differences among race, ethnicity, and culture.In this section, you will be reviewing various isms, including sexism, heterosexism, anti-Semitism, and racism. However, before delving into those specific concepts, you will review the overarching “social phenomena that fuel them” (Carter, 2015, p. 28). Your text indicates that bias, prejudice, discrimination, and stereotypes maintain the presence of isms in our social environment. In this discussion, you will discuss stereotypes and how they affect people. You will also create a research proposal aimed at studying stereotypes.InstructionsIdentify two stereotypes, each related to a different cultural group within Hays’s ADDRESSING Model. For example, you may identify a gender-based stereotype and a stereotype based on a different culture.Compare and contrast the stereotypes and their effects on the subjects of the stereotypes.Next, describe a design for a research study related to your specialization that investigates stereotypes. You may investigate anything related to stereotypes, such as the emotional impact of stereotyping on Asian Americans.Carter, L. D. (2015). Reflecting humanity: Biological, psychological, and sociological perspectives (2nd ed.). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.Explain, briefly, what your research study plans to investigate and why it is important.What ethical standards apply to your research?How will you recruit participants?What types of research biases will you want to avoid in your study?At least at least 350 words.2.Researching StereotypesStereotypes, like bias, are a social phenomenon that fuels isms. Every culture has stereotypes.Part of understanding stereotypes more deeply requires us to answer such questions as “How are stereotypes formed?” “What attitudes, beliefs, or experiences maintain stereotypes?” and “How are stereotypes changed?” That is where research comes in. Unfortunately, it is hard to research a topic when research participants do not want to admit that they hold stereotypes, let alone use them to make life decisions.For this section, you will address religious stereotypes and create a research study that investigates those stereotypes within a religious culture of your choice. Finally, you will evaluate how cultural and research biases will affect your study.InstructionsYour response will have two parts. First, complete the following:Identify two stereotypes about a specific religion or faith.Compare and contrast the stereotypes and their effects on the subjects of the stereotypes.Next, describe a design for a research study related to your specialization that investigates an issue related to a stereotype or is counter to a stereotype. You may investigate anything related to the faith or religion, and stereotypes. For example, if you were a chemical dependency counselor, you might investigate alcoholism in Jewish Americans.Explain, briefly, what your research study plans to investigate and why this is important.Articulate the cultural biases that may surface in your research and how you will manage or avoid them.Explain how will you recruit participants.Discern the types of research biases you will want to avoid in the study.At least at least 350 words.