Definitions for "Dehumanization"
to deprive of human qualities, personality, or spirit. Giving someone "animal status."
the act of seeing victims as nonhumans (e.g., "gooks" instead of fellow human beings); dehumanization lowers inhibitions against aggressive actions and makes continued aggression easier and more likely
the act of degrading people with respect to their best qualities; "science has been blamed for the dehumanization of modern life"
'Dehumanization' is the first and only full-length album released by Hardcore Punk / Anarcho-punk band Crucifix.
Dehumanization is a process by which members of a group of people assert the "inferiority" of another group through subtle or overt acts or statements. Dehumanization may be directed by an organization (such as a state) or may be the composite of individual sentiments and actions, as with some types of de facto racism. State-organized dehumanization has been directed against perceived racial or ethnic groups, nationalities (or "foreigners" in general), religious groups, sexes, sexual minorities, disabled people as a class, economic and social classes, and many other groups.
It is a kind of anticonceptual functionality. Functional actions become self-fulfilling and generate a materialistic behavior.
Keywords:  nazi, jews, denying, adequate, religion
The Nazi policy of denying Jews basic civil rights such as practicing religion , education, and adequate housing.