1. The objective of the strategy- to challenge a person psychologically, to shock, to make "open" subconsciously stored negative experiences making them extremely detectible.
2. The scale of the undervalues, socially marked and unacceptable:
+ Positives ........................................ - Negatives
3. Axiomal acceptance of the character's possibly existing positive values and their exclusion from the Test.
4. Constructing a socially unacceptable scale of negatives to label and oust a personality from a possible/projected competition to shock, to deminish, to reject, to put at ease, to humiliate.
* examples of negatively marked undervalues scale ( an illegal, unlicensed monitoring/lie-detecting):
I. Law persecuted group
* antisocial activities...
II. Morally rejected group
* sexual orientation
*psychological/and moral disbalance
III. Professionally outscored group
* a "nobody" labelling.
5. Trying to question the possibly existing positive characteristics by:
a/ an open question"Are you ...?" ;
b/ by a harsh shock-aimed uncompromising statements "You are ..." ;
c/ investigating and collecting evidence and testimonies to shock and to accept the unwanted.
6. Registering psychologically analysed external physiological reactions" and "documenting" them.
7. Opening an antipersonal campaign:
a/ on a "piece-of-news" level ( narrating about the noticed) - creating a pattern of negative characteristics of a rejected/to-be-rejected;
b/ on a lying and slandering level: usage of the statement "all know that"//"even Mr/Miss/Mrs X said that".
8. Ruining a community or a social image (Time frame = time x times of the lie pronounced/slander repeated).
9. Putting the unwanted into a below socially accepted/ recognizable position.
10. The "collecting point": gaining benefits, profits and favors for the social damage of the person's image or for its ruin /or for its social "annihilation".
POSSIBLE WAYS TO FIGHT:
2. community engaged;
3. social activities;