Definitions for "Hasty generalization"
A general conclusion based on a very small sample.
A fallacy of reasoning by example that occurs when the examples selected to support the claim are either insufficient in number or in their representativeness. Improper appeal to practice A fallacious argument that occurs when a debater suggests doing something because it is a common practice, even if that practice clearly is wrong.
a fallacy of jumping to conclusions in which the conclusion is a generalization
a general rule that is formed from only a few examples, or examples that are really exceptions