A while ago, someone made a thread about how many MBTI type descriptions seemed quite biased towards the (mid-20th Century?) Western world, especially the USA. There, I remarked on how several descriptions of SJs/Guardians/Golds/Stabilizers were too based on conservative regions of the U.S. (or something similar). I decided the topic was worthy of its own thread.
Nowadays, it's easy to type SJs as Ns if we go by outdated stereotypes of "good ol' traditional men" or "proper ladies" or whatnot. It's a new era, in some ways, and the "SJ = close-minded traditionalist" stereotype seems staler than ever. Not that the internet age doesn't have its traditions, so to speak - I think it's a pretty universal concept - but, given the increased access to information and to other communities and cultures, it's kind a given that the SJs of our (1980s onward) generation(s) are quite difficult to identify unless we decide to go further than those clichés and examine cognitive processes 'n' stuff.
Basically, what I ask is: what do the internet age SJs "look/sound like"? What roles do they usually fulfill? In what ways do they clash with/resemble the SJs of yore? Are they cautious, community-minded, rule-bound, etc.? Do you know of any SJ "internet celebrities"?
(Thanks to @Marmie Dearest for her help with tweaking this post. )
(And sorry for my bad English - prepositions are tricky, man! )