When the lens is too wide: the visual dehumanization of refugees and its political consequences

  1. Sophie De Beukelaer
  2. Isla Jones

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Photojournalistic images shape our understanding of sociopolitical events. The ways in which humans are depicted in images may have far-reaching consequences for our attitudes towards them, their well-being and our sociopolitical systems. Here, we focus on the refugee crisis to understand how exposure to the dominant visual framing, which depicts refugees in large groups, affects their dehumanizat...


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