Infrahumanization as a function of the meanings made of inter-group relationships
Chow, Aurore Lynn
Infrahumanization is an inter-group process in which group members do not see members of a different group as possessing equal humanness to that of their own group. This is equivalent to omission from the superordinate human in-group. The infrahumanization effect is most commonly operationally defined as occurring when more uniquely human emotions or traits are attributed to a participant's own group relative to a relevant out-group and non-uniquely human emotions or traits are attributed...[Show more]
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