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2017 | 7 | 70-81
Article title

Obraz Turka jako muzułmańskiego fanatyka i najeźdźcy. Elementy dehumanizacji stereotypu

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Title variants
EN
Image of Turk as a Muslim Fanatic and Invader. Elements of Dehumanization Related to Stereotype
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PL
Abstracts
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The aim of this paper is to outline the dehumanization related to the stereotype of Turks, which has existed in the Bulgarian culture for centuries. As Nick Haslam says: “subtle forms of dehumanization are also apparent in everyday social perception, including so-called hate speech”. Turks, being a large ethnic group living in Bulgaria, are still perceived with mistrust as a result of the Ottoman Empire’s legacy and religious diversity. The literature and folklore have impacted this stereotype more than other factors. As a result, the Bulgarian society has adopted an outdated perception of this minority.
Year
Volume
7
Pages
70-81
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Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie
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