Topic: Slavery In The Middle Passage Name Professor Course Date Introduction Slavery involved violations of human rights that resulted to slaves being subjected to torture that would cause physical and psychological trauma on the victims. Slaves achieved their identity and humanity due to culmination of efforts from families and religious organizations. The paper will be defining dislocation and dehumanizing as applied in slavery while providing explanation on how the two processes occurred on the middle passage and plantations. Additionally the paper will be discussing the psychological and physical impacts that the two processes would have on people of African origin. Dislocation and Dehumanizing during the slave trade. The former defined the inhuman conditions in which the African slaves were subjected while the latter refers to transportation of African slaves to where their services were required. This caused them harm both physically and psychologically. The latter involved maiming of their bodies or even dead while the latter involved trauma. . References Chassot J. (2015). “Voyage through death/to life upon these shores”: the living dead of the Middle Passage. Atlantic Studies 12(1) 90-108. Connor J. J. (2013). The Textbooks Never Said Anything about...." Adolescents Respond to" The Middle Passage: White Ships/Black Cargo. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 47(3) 240-246. [...]
Define the terms dislocation and dehumanization as they relate to slavery. Provide detailed examples of how these two processes occurred both on the Middle Passage and on the plantations. What psychological and physical impacts would they have had on African people?