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Definition of "depersonalisation" []

  • Alternative spelling of depersonalization. (noun)

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Use "depersonalisation" in a sentence
  • "Bifo gives a rigorous analysis of just how these effects are manifesting, through an attention to what he calls the depersonalisation and cellularisation of time: 'cells of productive time can be mobilised in punctual, casual and fragmentary forms."
  • ""Sociologists feel that the unusual violence associated with crime here has to do with cultural 'depersonalisation' which has been the net outcome of the repression associated with apartheid."
  • "The prosecutor will also now not be confronted with the International Committee of the Red Cross's stark conclusions about this programme pdf: "This regime was clearly designed to undermine human dignity and to create a sense of futility by inducing, in many cases, severe physical and mental pain and suffering, with the aim of obtaining compliance and extracting information, resulting in exhaustion, depersonalisation and dehumanisation.""