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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Sechser and Fuhrmann rely on Schelling's classic definition of a split in coercive diplomacy between compellence (or threats intended to change the status quo) and deterrence (or threats intended to maintain the status quo), with the exception that they use "compellent threat" and coercion interchangeably.
Growing evidence shows that sexual coercion is prevalent among young people (4-6).
Part 2 examines the connection between individual freedom and civil society, including the limited role of coercion in establishing and maintaining this rightful condition.
Este trabajo realiza, en definitiva, una valiosa aportacion a la reflexion sobre los modos en que el Estado disena y hace uso de las politicas represivas, adentrandose en los dilemas organizativos planteados por el ejercicio de la coercion. Porque, como senala Policzer, <<es necesario entender como funcionan las instituciones coercitivas, para asi colocarlas bajo un mejor control democratico>> (p.
But if you are going to be a trusted advisor, you can never use coercion. You can never be manipulative.
This article is based on a review of the literature on alleged and documented cases of coercion in family planning programs, augmented by the authors' direct experience with and research on family planning programs, demography, quality of care and human rights since the 1970s.
The second count, coercion of a public servant, is a third-degree felony.
WASHINGTON, Jumada II 10, 1435, Apr 10, 2014, SPA -- The United States on Thursday said it condemned Russian efforts to use energy as a "tool of coercion" in its dispute with Ukraine, Reuters reported.
The plaintiffs submitted extensive evidence of religious proselytization and coercion by Sunrise, but officials with the group assert that claims of religious coercion on the part of its staff have not been adequately proven in court.
It first reviews China's use of force since 1949 to determine the motivations driving Beijing's employment of military coercion. Second, it assesses China's crisis decisionmaking process and crisis management.
Conversely, if the decision to fast is made free of disability or coercion, the Declaration of Malta bars forced feeding as unethical.