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Social Science and Public Policy

What is dehumanization? Implications for conflict and collaboration

January 22, 2020 at 12:30pm1:30pm EST

Eggers Hall, 400A

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Dehumanization is often identified as a core component of violent intergroup conflict; some have argued it is even a necessary factor.  But what exactly is dehumanization, and what evidence do we have for its unique effects on behavior?  This talk by Leonard Scott Newman, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology is part of the PARCC Conversations in Conflict Studies series.  Sponsored by PARCC, contact Roxanne Tupper at 315-443-2367 or for more information.

This event was published on January 17, 2020.

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