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Deindividualisation means treating other people according to preconceived qualities such as race, gender or creed. It differs from depersonalisation which is concerned with an individual's self-perception. Not to be confused with deindividuation.
It is relevant in crowd control  and policing riots
- Psychological Services Group, Hong Kong police service. "Psychological Competencies Series:Understanding Crowd Psychology".
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