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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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Focusing just on health insurance coverage, there is no difference in coerciveness between the minimum coverage provision and a tax increase for everyone combined with a tax credit for insured individuals that wipes out the increase and equals the amount of the exaction for going without insurance in the ACA.
For bad people as well as good, therefore, law's coerciveness looms large.
But is such an alteration in costs necessary or sufficient to explain the coerciveness of coercive threats, as the pressure approach suggests?
and from the coerciveness of the operator L, and the Sobolev inequality formulated in Lemma 1 one gets for any [eta] > 0, there is an integer [k.
Its being government property gives us a basis for drawing a line upon which one might reasonably downgrade the coerciveness of defying the owner's terms and conditions.
21) The coerciveness may generate resistance among even those who are in general agreement with the author's commitments, because general agreement does not imply that each person gives the same weight to each of the values advanced by the doctrine.
In a postscript, a section-by-section exegesis of his pass book, he connects the signifying system of law's bureaucratic discourse to the social conditions it produces in order to undercut the claims to legitimacy of the apartheid government's legislative enactments, the restrictive coerciveness of which he emphasises primarily through the device of repetition: "I cannot sell my labour to the highest bidder.
The following features characterize these reform proposals: first, situations amounting to threats, whether explicit or implicit, may be criminalized due to their inherent coerciveness.
At the core of this well-balanced study and perhaps the very subject matter it addresses is the inherent challenge of securing ecclesial identity wholly apart from institutional coerciveness.
All of these instances constitute a distinct coerciveness at the very heart of the entertainment culture.
Varga, Characterization of coerciveness for single-valued and set-valued mappings versus the Palais-Smale condition, European Commission Research Project "Geometric Analysis", Preprint No.
Even though these elements can be used to emphasize the degree of coerciveness (i.