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Final is @ here on Saturday, March 22 nd  @ 10:30 From war to peace Aggression and pro-social behavior Social distance (related concepts) - Objectification (aka dehumanization) o The process by which human beings are conceptualized and treated as  objects Women as sex objects Workers as functional objects “3 rd  world people” as objects of tragedy o As stereotype, it helps people to simplify the real world. Objectification  can go back and forth between people (e.g., customer and cashier) o The more objectification, the more extreme, the more affective - Depersonalization  o The experience of feeling detached from the world, like the events taking  place are less than real, “like a movie” War reporting on TV Disasters/massacres in other countries  Faces of the enemy (1987) - Dehumanization advertising and its results o Animalize the enemy o Media effect
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course SOC 2 taught by Professor Jones during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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