SUFFERING BULLYING PASSIVELY IS TO BE EXCLUDED FROM HUMANITY: YOU ARE NOT HUMAN UNLESS YOU STAND UP FOR YOURSELF

Kyriaki Fousiani, Maria Sakalaki & Clive Richardson
Two experiments were conducted in order to test whether suffering as a result of bullying affects the perceived humanness of the victims. We hypothesized that observers who are confronted with suffering and passive endurance of victimization will view victims as less than human. We propose a double dehumanization of victims, that is, denial of both their human uniqueness and human nature.We also hypothesized that victims’ defending themselves and deploying agency rather than passivity, has a...
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