Stereotype


It is no secret that black people have a negative tipping reputation among the servers. At the same time, the strength of the stereotype retains its position despite the fact that many blacks claim that they have always tipped and sometimes even over-tipped to break this reputation. It is

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It is no secret that black people have a negative tipping reputation among the servers. At the same time, the strength of the stereotype retains its position despite the fact that many blacks claim that they have always tipped and sometimes even over-tipped to break this reputation. It is a racial issue as well as the class issue. The reasons for bad tipping are defined clearly neither by the servers nor by African Americans. This paper will refer to such stereotypes as giving tips and their relation to racial issues https://manyessays.com/buy-extended-essay 

Some black people try to struggle with the stereotype. However, when they realize that their tipping does not change the server’s attitude they stop trying. Waiters, for example, hate to serve blacks because they believe that their clients do not tip. Blacks do not tip because they feel the negative attitude and evaluate the service as unsatisfactory because of that. This generalization influences tipping negatively. Waiters admit that they do not always do their best while serving blacks. As more blacks understand that waiters hate them, more blacks do not want to tip. Another side of the issue is that some blacks think that tipping is the wrong thing itself. As an explanation, they point to the fact that we do not tip to employees of many other professions, such as doctors, firefighters, construction workers, and others. Therefore, the validity of such a reward is being questioned. The fact that the tip is the main source of income of service personnel is seen as cheating by the employer who does not pay the servers enough or does not pay at all. Some of the black people refer to the historical past when they had to work hard not getting a decent reward. The offense to exploitation in the past may influence the decision on whether to tip. Finally, most African Americans underestimate the tipping norms. They would tip more if they knew the norms better. At the same time, the socio-economical status may explain part of not tipping cases as cannot be sure that not tipping the clients had the same level of wellbeing as good tipping ones. This stereotype is not widely spread, as it is a matter of education, culture, and attitude.

The positive side of the issue is that as people discuss the question, it may get the attention of the authorities that may regulate the payment of service staff at the appropriate level to avoid tax cheating. The negative side is in the deterioration of race relations in the industry.

 

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