I'm sure the majority of the forum members know this is related with socionics. I'd like to find out what is worse between these two modes of placement. First we have to take into consideration that both of these perceptions are extremes. I've found from experience that specification tends to receive a lot more criticism compared to equalization. I personally find that they both deserve equal treatment. In order to avoid my trend of vagueness, I will increase my clarity:
An example of specification: Women can't drive.
This is obviously completely false in the general consensus, but if someone were consequentially to observe one poor driver that is a woman, the individual might actually believe that.
An example of equalization: Everyone is equal.
As pleasing as that sounds that is another false statement. There are individuals that are more superior to another individual for whatever reason. That is not to say that the superior individual should be treated with greater respect because giftedness is not something that was developed, but inherited.