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a person or group made to bear the blame for others or to suffer in their place. 2. Chiefly Biblical.

Scapegoating is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Scapegoating books and related discussion.

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scapegoating - Anti-Defamation League
2005 Anti-Defamation League. 8. SCAPEGOATING.
Scapegoating - BBC
Scapegoating and Othering - MediaSmarts
2012 MediaSmarts. 1. Overview.
A Dual-Motive Model of Scapegoating - The University of Kansas
Apr 30, 2012 A Dual-Motive Model of Scapegoating: Displacing Blame to Reduce Guilt or Increase Control. Zachary K. Rothschild, Mark J.
on scapegoating - Human Rights Awareness

Suggested Web Resources

Scapegoating - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Scapegoating (from the verb "to scapegoat") is the practice of singling out any party for unmerited negative treatment or blame as a scapegoat. Scapegoating ...
Scapegoat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A scapegoat is a person or animal which takes on the sins of others, or is unfairly blamed for problems. The concept comes originally from Leviticus, in which a ...
Scapegoat | Define Scapegoat at
a person or group made to bear the blame for others or to suffer in their place. 2. Chiefly Biblical.
Scapegoat | Definition of Scapegoat by Merriam-Webster
Define scapegoat: a person who is unfairly blamed for something that others have done—scapegoat in a sentence.
Scapegoating -- An Insidious Family Pattern of Blame and Shame
Scapegoating is a serious family dysfunctional problem with one member of the family or a social group being blamed for small things, picked on and constantly ...

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