consequence

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consequence

(kŏn′sē-kwĕns)
1. Any result, conclusion, or effect.
2. In psychology, the end result of a behavior, which may be positive, negative, or neutral.
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Part II of this Article will define the scope of the problem, demonstrating that "private" violence against women and violence against sexual minorities share at least two characteristics: both phenomena are global in scope and horrific in their consiquences. The distinction between the private and public spheres in international and national law, and the different implications for men and women of this distinction, will also be discussed in the context of gendered violence.