The most common explanation of the relationship between dehumanisation
and group-targeted harm is that dehumanisation
promotes moral disengagement, removing an individual or group from the realm of moral concern.
Blatant or subtle dehumanisation
of any group is morally wrong and in the context of obesity is actually a barrier to making long-term healthy lifestyle changes."
The goal of the present study was to confirm whether dehumanisation
performed by adults, attributing less social pain to out-group members than to in-group members, also occurred in children.
Prejudice in its most extreme form leads to dehumanisation
. It is understood to be a result of incomplete or inaccurate information about a group (ibid.).
In the May 28 massacre of Ahmedi Muslims, we are witness to absolute dehumanisation
. That is the horror.
Unless that temptation is resisted, the world will suffer the kind of dehumanisation
that was once imagined only by novelists.
Tell Mama director Iman Atta said Mr Johnson's comments "dehumanising", adding: "It is dehumanisation
that leads perpe-trators to feel emboldened enough to target women for anti-Muslim hate."
A member of the Osun House of Assembly, Mr Olatunbosun Oyintiloye, has condemned the gross abuse and maltreatment meted upon Nigerians by some foreign countries, especially Libya, saying dehumanisation
of Nigerians outside the shore of this country is rather unfortunate.
It is terrifying that there are suggestions that the slaughter and dehumanisation
of people during the Holocaust never took place.
It is plainly noted that the modern barbaric class of people in Africa that are involved in slavery, dehumanisation
, and exploitative acts of their African brothers and sisters are the Libyans.
The only difference here was, it was being filmed, and the dehumanisation
on both sides of this conflict is graphically recorded.