coercion


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Threat of kidnapping, extortion, force or violence to be performed immediately or in the future, or the use of parental, custodial, or official authority over a child < age 15; the use of some form of force to compel a person into therapy, most commonly psychiatric—e.g., child psychiatry—or treatment of substance abuse

coercion

Public safety Threat of kidnapping, extortion, force or violence to be performed immediately or in the future or use of parental, custodial, or official authority over a child < age 15; the use of some form of force to compel a person into therapy, most commonly psychiatric–eg, child psychiatry, or treatment of substance abuse
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It is worth noting, however, that Winick (1985) reported very little evidence of male domination of women within adult magazines that were available in this era, and suggested that previous reports of a high prevalence of sexual coercion in adult material (e.
The results draw attention to high rates of sexual coercion of young men, a phenomenon little studied in sub-Saharan Africa.
It is important to remember that the current fight involves two actively opposed sides--the authorities and the Islamists--as well as a third group, a large population subject to coercion and manipulation from both sides.
It would be unethical for a clinician to allow a vulnerable prisoner to place his health at risk as a result of coercion.
get more education about reproductive and sexual coercion and "include reproductive and sexual coercion and [intimate partner violence] as part of the differential diagnosis when patients are seen for STI testing, emergency contraception, or unintended pregnancies.
Hence, in order to realize duties of justice and address problems of global collective action, we need coercion.
If there is no force, fraud, or coercion involved, these violations alone do not constitute human trafficking.
The free online games for schools in Coventry and Warwickshire has been designed for use with young people in sex education lessons, dealing with the issues of pressure and sexual coercion to understand what coercion is and how it occurs.
This view assumes that the populist mediating mechanisms carried out by PRI after 1940 created a mode of governance that, unlike in other Latin American countries, made possible the existence of a process of transition to democracy that did not need the use of coercion and military violence.
Choosing between the two approaches may depend on what questions one is trying to answer, and how the concept of coercion figures in them.
The role of mixing and sorting was recently tested at the Air Force Academy, where coercion is possible and unquestioned.