Animalization represents the Other as wild beasts in their lifestyle, dress, and sexuality.  This theme opens a space to demonstrate how stereotypes often manifest through representing the Other as animals. Examples include the cartoon Ali Baba: Mad Dog of the Desert and representations of African Americans and Native Americans as monkeys or savage beasts.

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Professor Jonathan Freedman Discusses Representations Of Jews As Animals
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Professor Gunckel Discusses How Stereotypes Reduce Cultures
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Professor Kurashige Discusses Animalization In Portrayals Of Asians In U.S. Popular Culture.
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Professor Shohat on Naturalization & Animalization