animalization


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for animalization

a depiction in the form of an animal

an act that makes people cruel or lacking normal human qualities

References in periodicals archive ?
Animalization was directed at Chavez, proud of his African and indigenous roots ('Miko Mandante'--'Ape Commander' a mocking of the affectionate address of the working class 'Mi Commandante') and classist as far as incumbent President Nicolas Maduro, proud of his working class roots, is concerned ('Maduro/burro'--'Maduro/donkey') (Eisen, 2014a).
Across the globe, there are peoples who have been, and still are, othered and subjugated by means of dehumanization in the form of animalization.
Animalization of these women by local women places them in a sub-human category since they "choose" to live in such marginalized situations (184).
Tier one or animalization entails a fully realized postmodern condition in which subjects or ideologies no longer exist; there are only brainwashed, drugged consumers responding like Skinner's rats to programmed stimuli.
Army life, even in the elite formations, is represented as animalization, and as devoid of heroic and erotic dimensions.
She suggests that these stories of ironic sadism towards animals reflect an epistemological narrowing of the gap between animals and humans in that period that caused a violent reassertion of species borders and an increased animalization of women.
n = 5: INTENSITIES n = 7: CONTORTIONISTIC EXCRESCENCIES EPISCOPACIES REPOSITORIES n = 8: OVERINTENSITIES ANIMALIZATION INTERDISTRICT SAPONACEOUSNESS n = 9: ANIMALIZATIONS CANNIBALIZATION OLIGOPSONISTIC SIGMOIDOSCOPIES n = 10: ANTI RADICALISM(S) MARGINALIZATION n = 11: RADICALIZATIONS n = 5: n = 7: OMNISCIENCES ENREGISTERING SUPERSATURATES n = 8: ANTICAPITALIST ANTIRATIONALIST SILVICULTURIST(S) TACHYARRHYTHMIA n = 9: CHORDAMESODERMS ETHNOHISTORIANS SIGNALIZATIONS n = 10: RADICALIZATION n = 11:
But the animalization of humankind will inevitably have consequences that stretch well beyond the screens upon which we view Internet porn.
The adult Hareton has suddenly grown from an "infernal calf" to a "young man," a trajectory that revokes not only his infantilization but his animalization as well.
The novel offers Denver's action as a mechanism to imagine a future for black humanity that defies the animalization, dehumanization, and degradation that the formerly enslaved Sethe suffers at the hands of her owner, schoolteacher, and his nephews, when they chart her human and animal characteristics and then brutally rape her.
Such animalization is very interesting for the peculiarity of the behavioral routines such water birds display, as they generally move and explore the context collectively.
s graphic animalization of illness in a scene that self-reflexively unveils the text's constructedness.
As we shall see, this type of animalization is discordant with Kojeve's theory, and is in fact greatly dependent on the "other," particularly when it comes to the domain of the maid cafe and the interaction that takes place between patrons and quasi-animal maids inside them.
Azuma bases his animalization of the human otaku as a particular type of postmodern condition that is derived from his reading of Alexandre Kojeve's interpretation of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit (1807), and this is further filtered through the historical associations between the United States and Japan in the postwar period.
Misinterpreting the Beast Folk as humans who have been transformed into animals, Prendick fears his own animalization and sets about trying to drown himself (126), but Dr.