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Definition of the noun demonisation
What does demonisation mean as a name of something?
- to represent as diabolically evil
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Being the Chosen (2016)
Exploring a Christian Fundamentalist Worldview by Julie Scott Jones
Demonisation is a useful political strategy because it allows social groups to caricature specific individuals or groups to such an extent that they appear less than human and thus not worthy of sympathy or emotion. This makes it easier to ...
Childhood and Society (2011)
by Michael Wyness
Demonisation is a continuing theme well into the twenty-first century. More recent coverage has focused on, among other things, children and alcohol misuse, children acquiring Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs) as a 'badge of honour', ...
Murder and Society (2006)
by Peter Morrall
Juxtaposed with such demonisation is the management of victim-hood. There can't be one without the other. 'Evil killers' require 'blameless bystanders'. Sir Ian Kershaw, Professor of Modern History at Sheffield University. WHY IS MURDER ...
by Richard Rudgley
the demonisation of drugs that began with opium was soon to spread toother psychoactive substances, including cannabis.
by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
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Themes, Works, and Wonders by Gary Westfahl
"The Demonisation of Magic and Sorcery in Late Antiquity." Bengt Ankarloo and Stuart Clark, eds., Witchcraft and Magic in Europe: Ancient Greece and Rome. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999, 277-348. Marvin Kaye, ed.
by Lorraine Code
holds not only that Goddesses once were widely worshipped, but also that the demotion, demonisation, and eventual suppression of Goddesses in the west ...
Dictionary of Youth Justice (2013)
by Barry Goldson
Related entries 'Adulteration'; Demonisation; Mental health and young offenders; Moral.
by Sorin Cerin
The most insidious and vulgar form of bias is its toleration of hatred against the European race, its culture and history, including demonisation of political groups who work for its social and economic interests. Thus Metapedia has taken on the ...
by Steve Bruce, Steven Yearley
democracy demonisation attitudes and behaviour in high crime areas of the inner city. Now widely accepted, the main themes of that research were then radical: that delinquency was explained by features of groups (rather than by individual ...
by Prof. John Protevi
Demonisation and deification are inseparable in mythical thought, as enemies are inflated to superhuman proportions ...
by Michael Flood, Judith Kegan Gardiner, Bob Pease, Keith Pringle
This period's greatest concern, perhaps, hasbeenthewide andconsistent demonisation ofAfrican–American malesinthe public sphere.Awholeracist repertoire of historicalblackmale stereotypeshashelped demonise African– American men in ...
Studies in Honour of Leonhard Lipka by Wolfgang Falkner, Hans-Jörg Schmid
"Euphemerisation versus demonisation. The pagan gods and KL\- fric's De falsis diis", in: T. Hofstra, L. A. J. R. Houwen & A. A. MacDonald, eds., Pagans and Christians (Germania Latina II), Groningen: Egbert Forsten ...
by Gerhard Kittel, Geoffrey William Bromiley, Gerhard Friedrich
which the Pharisees had largely accepted whereas the strongly rationalistic and this-wordly outlook of the representatives of the Jerusalem hierocracy, based upon the Torah and wisdom, naturally resisted the demonisation of everyday life.
by Immanuel Ness, Zak Cope
The genocide perpetuated by Western imperialists on the indigenous populations of the New World and African slave populations of the Middle Passage was followed by epistemicide – the demonisation and disappearance of indigenous ...
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Scrabble value of D2E1M3O1N1I1S1A1T1I1O1N1
The value of this 12-letter word is 15 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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