The use of force or intimidation to obtain compliance.
Legal process required for the institutionalization of a patient with severe mental problems.
Unlawful sexual intercourse without consent of the victim.
Any violation of established legal or moral codes in respect to sexual behavior.
Actions which have a high risk of being harmful or injurious to oneself or others.
Deliberate severe and repeated injury to one domestic partner by the other.
Persons with psychiatric illnesses or diseases, particularly psychotic and severe mood disorders.
Written or other literary works whose subject matter is medical or about the profession of medicine and related areas.
The ability to understand the nature and effect of the act in which the individual is engaged. (From Black's Law Dictionary, 6th ed).
Behavior which may be manifested by destructive and attacking action which is verbal or physical, by covert attitudes of hostility or by obstructionism.
Deliberate, often repetitive physical, verbal, and/or other types of abuse by one or more members against others of a household.
Sexual activities of humans.
Self-directing freedom and especially moral independence. An ethical principle holds that the autonomy of persons ought to be respected. (Bioethics Thesaurus)
Voluntary authorization, by a patient or research subject, with full comprehension of the risks involved, for diagnostic or investigative procedures, and for medical and surgical treatment.
The transfer of prescription drugs from legal to illegal distribution and marketing networks.
Human males as cultural, psychological, sociological, political, and economic entities.
The collective name for islands of the Pacific Ocean east of the Philippines, including the Mariana, PALAU, Caroline, Marshall, and Kiribati Islands. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p761 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p350)
Time period from 1901 through 2000 of the common era.
Recording of pertinent information concerning patient's illness or illnesses.
Sequential operating programs and data which instruct the functioning of a digital computer.
Computer-based systems for input, storage, display, retrieval, and printing of information contained in a patient's medical record.
Written, witnessed declarations in which persons request that if they become disabled beyond reasonable expectation of recovery, they be allowed to die rather than be kept alive by extraordinary means. (Bioethics Thesaurus)
Areas of attractive or repulsive force surrounding MAGNETS.
Objects that produce a magnetic field.
Fields representing the joint interplay of electric and magnetic forces.
Any behavior caused by or affecting another individual, usually of the same species.
Lists of words, usually in alphabetical order, giving information about form, pronunciation, etymology, grammar, and meaning.
Sound that expresses emotion through rhythm, melody, and harmony.
A species of GAMMARETROVIRUS causing leukemia, lymphosarcoma, immune deficiency, or other degenerative diseases in cats. Several cellular oncogenes confer on FeLV the ability to induce sarcomas (see also SARCOMA VIRUSES, FELINE).
The use of music as an adjunctive therapy in the treatment of neurological, mental, or behavioral disorders.
Modulation of human voice to produce sounds augmented by musical tonality and rhythm.
Those affective states which can be experienced and have arousing and motivational properties.
All the organs involved in reproduction and the formation and release of URINE. It includes the kidneys, ureters, BLADDER; URETHRA, and the organs of reproduction - ovaries, UTERUS; FALLOPIAN TUBES; VAGINA; and CLITORIS in women and the testes; SEMINAL VESICLES; PROSTATE; seminal ducts; and PENIS in men.
Surface ligands, usually glycoproteins, that mediate cell-to-cell adhesion. Their functions include the assembly and interconnection of various vertebrate systems, as well as maintenance of tissue integration, wound healing, morphogenic movements, cellular migrations, and metastasis.
A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.
Progressive myopathies characterized by the presence of inclusion bodies on muscle biopsy. Sporadic and hereditary forms have been described. The sporadic form is an acquired, adult-onset inflammatory vacuolar myopathy affecting proximal and distal muscles. Familial forms usually begin in childhood and lack inflammatory changes. Both forms feature intracytoplasmic and intranuclear inclusions in muscle tissue. (Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, pp1409-10)
Activities performed to identify concepts and aspects of published information and research reports.
The act or practice of calling public attention to a product, service, need, etc., especially by paid announcements in newspapers, magazines, on radio, or on television. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
A quantitative measure of the frequency on average with which articles in a journal have been cited in a given period of time.
The use of statistical methods in the analysis of a body of literature to reveal the historical development of subject fields and patterns of authorship, publication, and use. Formerly called statistical bibliography. (from The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Intentional removal of a fetus from the uterus by any of a number of techniques. (POPLINE, 1978)
Individuals requesting induced abortions.
Termination of pregnancy under conditions allowed under local laws. (POPLINE Thesaurus, 1991)
Expulsion of the product of FERTILIZATION before completing the term of GESTATION and without deliberate interference.
Premature expulsion of the FETUS in animals.

Measuring contraceptive use patterns among teenage and adult women. (1/201)

CONTEXT: Measures of contraceptive use at one point in time do not account for its changing nature. A measure that addresses the pattern of method use over time may better predict the cumulative risk of unintended pregnancy. METHODS: Women at risk of unintended pregnancy were selected from the 1995 National Survey of Family Growth, and their contraceptive use patterns were compared across age-groups. Survival analysis was used to validate women's long-term use pattern as an indicator of pregnancy risk, and multivariate regression analyses were used to explore potential covariates of current patterns of contraceptive use. RESULTS: More than two-thirds of women aged 15-19 report long-term uninterrupted contraceptive use, but they are more likely to report sporadic use and less likely to report uninterrupted use of a very effective method than are women aged 25-34. Compared with women aged 25-34, women aged 20-24 have higher rates of sporadic use and lower rates of effective uninterrupted use. Among teenagers, nonusers are 12 times as likely as uninterrupted effective users to experience an unintended pregnancy within 12 months at risk. Women in less stable relationships, those having more infrequent intercourse and women who have recently experienced nonvoluntary intercourse for the first time are more likely than others to have a high-risk contraceptive pattern. Women aged 17 and younger whose current partner is more than three years older are significantly less likely to practice contraception than are their peers whose partner is closer in age. CONCLUSIONS: Long-term contraceptive use pattern is a valid predictor of unintended pregnancy risk. Policies aimed at reducing unintended pregnancies should target women who do not practice contraception and those who are sporadic users. Women in unstable relationships, those having infrequent sex and women who experience sexual coercion need access to methods, such as emergency contraception, that can be used sporadically or after unprotected intercourse.  (+info)

Should childhood immunisation be compulsory? (2/201)

Immunisation is offered to all age groups in the UK, but is mainly given to infants and school-age children. Such immunisation is not compulsory, in contrast to other countries, such as the United States. Levels of immunisation are generally very high in the UK, but the rates of immunisation vary with the public perception of the risk of side effects. This article discusses whether compulsory vaccination is acceptable by considering individual cases where parents have failed to give consent or have explicitly refused consent for their children to be immunised. In particular, the rights of: a parent to rear his/her child according to his/her own standards; the child to receive health care, and the community to be protected from vaccine-preventable infectious disease are considered. The conclusion of the article is that compulsory vaccination cannot, with very few exceptions, be justified in the UK, in view of the high levels of population immunity which currently exist.  (+info)

Economic sanctions as human rights violations: reconciling political and public health imperatives. (3/201)

The impact of economic sanctions on civilians has frequently been studied by public health specialists and specialized agencies of the United Nations (UN). This commentary explores some of the difficulties of the claim that sanctions constitute violations of human rights. The deprivation suffered by civilian populations under sanctions regimes often are violations of economic, social, and cultural human rights; however, the attribution of responsibility for those violations to the "senders" of sanctions (the UN Security Council or the US government, for example) is difficult to sustain, particularly in light of the efforts made by these entities to provide for humanitarian exemptions and humanitarian aid. A more productive approach to avoiding civilian harm is to prefer, as a matter of policy, arms embargoes, severing of communications, and international criminal prosecutions over trade embargoes. Promising recommendations have been formulated regarding "smart sanctions," which target regimes rather than people, and "positive sanctions" in the form of incentives. Health and human rights professionals have specific and important tasks in implementing such a restructured approach to sanctions.  (+info)

Medical confidentiality and the protection of Jehovah's Witnesses' autonomous refusal of blood. (4/201)

Mr Ridley of the Watch Tower Society (WTS), the controlling religious organisation of Jehovah's Witnesses (JWs), mischaracterises the issue of freedom and confidentiality in JWs' refusal of blood by confusing inconsistent organisational policies with actual Biblical proscriptions. Besides exaggeration and distortion of my writings, Ridley failed to present substantive evidence to support his assertion that no pressure exists to conform to organisational policy nor systematic monitoring which compromises medical confidentiality. In this refutation, I present proof from the WTS's literature, supported by personal testimonies of JWs, that the WTS enforces its policy of blood refusal by coercive pressure to conform and through systematic violation of medical confidentiality. Ridley's lack of candour in dealing with the plea of dissident JWs for freedom to make personal and conscientious decisions regarding blood indicates that a serious breach of ethics in the medical care of JWs continues. The medical community should be seriously concerned.  (+info)

The morality of coercion. (5/201)

The author congratulates Dr Brian Hurwitz, who recently reported the successful "intimidation" of an elderly competent widow into accepting badly needed therapy for a huge ulcerated carcinoma. He reports approvingly of the Israeli Patients' Rights Law, enacted in 1996, which demands detailed informed consent from competent patients before permitting treatment. But the law also provides an escape clause which permits coercing a competent patient into accepting life-saving therapy if an ethics committee feels that if treatment is imposed the patient will give his/her consent retroactively. He suggests this approach as an appropriate middle road between overbearing paternalism and untrammelled autonomy.  (+info)

The pursuit of beauty: the enforcement of aesthetics or a freely adopted lifestyle? (6/201)

Facelifts, tummy tucks and breast enlargements are no longer the privilege of the rich and the famous. Any woman can have all these and many more cosmetic surgical treatments, and an increasing number of women do. Are they having cosmetic surgery because they are duped by a male-dominated beauty system, or do they genuinely choose these operations themselves? Feminists (and others) give diametrically opposed answers to this question. At the heart of the controversy, or so I claim in this article, lies a conceptual problem about free choice; therefore, the only thing that can settle it is a conceptual analysis of "freedom". After having briefly outlined the views of both sides of the debate, I offer such an analysis.  (+info)

Ethics that exclude: the role of ethics committees in lesbian and gay health research in South Africa. (7/201)

Prevailing state and institutional ideologies regarding race/ethnicity, gender, and sexuality help to shape, and are influenced by, research priorities. Research ethics committees perform a gatekeeper role in this process. In this commentary, we describe efforts to obtain approval from the ethics committee of a large medical institution for research into the treatment of homosexual persons by health professionals in the South African military during the apartheid era. The committee questioned the "scientific validity" of the study, viewing it as having a "political" rather than a "scientific" purpose. They objected to the framing of the research topic within a human rights discourse and appeared to be concerned that the research might lead to action against health professionals who committed human rights abuses against lesbians and gay men during apartheid. The process illustrates the ways in which heterosexism, and concerns to protect the practice of health professionals from scrutiny, may influence the decisions of ethics committees. Ethics that exclude research on lesbian and gay health cannot be in the public interest. Ethics committees must be challenged to examine the ways in which institutionalized ideologies influence their decision making.  (+info)

Risk factors for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases among adolescents in St. Petersburg, Russia. (8/201)

CONTEXT: Over the past several years, there have been sharp increases in the prevalence of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) among young people in Russia. Very little is known about Russian adolescents' behaviors and attitudes that might influence their risk of acquiring these infections. METHODS: A 1995 survey of 533 students aged 15-17 attending eight St Petersburg high schools assessed their sexual risk practices, AIDS-specific attitudes and beliefs, sexual relationship patterns and preferences, and social characteristics. RESULTS: Overall, 39% of students were sexually experienced, and these young people had had, on average, 3.4 sexual partners. Only 29% of sexually experienced students said they consistently used condoms, and 29% said they never did. Unprotected vaginal intercourse was the predominant and preferred sexual practice; it also was the practice that most often occurred with students' last sexual partner. In all, 28% of students defined "safer sex" as condom use. Many young people believed that AIDS is a threat only to members of particular "risk groups"; relatively few believed that they could get AIDS (17%) or said that AIDS information had influenced their sexual behavior (29% of those who were sexually experienced). Females were more likely than males to prefer having an exclusive partner, and males were more likely to prefer having casual partners. CONCLUSIONS: Educational and behavioral interventions are urgently needed to help young people in Russia avoid HIV and other STDs. Risk and social characteristics identified in this study can help to guide the development and tailoring of risk reduction interventions.  (+info)

Involuntary care and coercive measures are frequently present in mental healthcare for adolescents. The purpose of this study was to examine to what extent adolescents perceive or experience coercion during inpatient mental health care, and to examine predictors of experienced coercion. A cross-sectional sample of 96 adolescent inpatients from 10 Norwegian acute and combined (acute and sub-acute) psychiatric wards reported their experienced coercion on Coercion Ladder and the Experienced Coercion Scale in questionnaires. Staff reported use of formal coercion, diagnoses, and psychosocial functioning. We used two tailed t-tests and mixed effects models to analyze the impact from demographics, alliance with parents, use of formal coercion, diagnostic condition, and global psychosocial functioning. High experienced coercion was reported by a third of all patients. In a mixed effects model, being under formal coercion (involuntary admission and / or coercive measures); a worse relationship between patient
Define coercion. coercion synonyms, coercion pronunciation, coercion translation, English dictionary definition of coercion. n. 1. The act or practice of coercing. 2. Power or ability to coerce. co·er′cion·ar′y adj. n 1. the act or power of coercing 2. government by force...
The study is the first quantitative examination of the relationship between intimate partner violence, reproductive coercion and unintended pregnancy.. Posted March 3, 2010. Young women and teenage girls often face efforts by male partners to sabotage birth control or coerce pregnancy - including damaging condoms and destroying contraceptives - and these efforts, defined as reproductive coercion, frequently are associated with physical or sexual violence, a study by a team of researchers led by UC Davis has found.. Published online in the January issue of the journal Contraception, the study, Pregnancy Coercion, Intimate Partner Violence and Unintended Pregnancy, also found that among women who experienced both reproductive coercion and partner violence, the risk of unintended pregnancy doubled. The study is the first quantitative examination of the relationship between intimate partner violence, reproductive coercion and unintended pregnancy, the authors say.. This study highlights an ...
This brief discusses the relationship between family-of-origin factors and future perpetration of sexual coercion. Research shows that childrens experiences growing up, such as a negative interparental relationship quality and harsh or inconsistent parenting, can lead to feelings of entitlement, which means children believe they deserve special treatment. Feelings of entitlement were associated with a higher likelihood of perpetrating sexual coercion in a study of male college students. This brief discusses these findings and how practitioners can help parents create a positive foundation for their children to reduce future incidence of sexual coercion. (Author abstract). ...
This study investigated perceived coercion among patients with SUD that were admitted either involuntarily or voluntarily to receive inpatient hospital treatment. The VA group showed significantly higher scores than the IA group on the internal sources of perceived coercion (Self subscale). No individual characteristics or independent variables were identified that affected perceived coercion in any clinically significant magnitude. Despite the different legal statuses of these groups upon admission to the hospital, the IA group did not report more perceived coercion, overall.. Many clinicians are reluctant to invoke coerced SUD treatment. For some, concern about patient autonomy is the primary deterrence to using coercive treatment, even when the individuals autonomy is clearly compromised by the cognitive and neurobiological effects of alcohol or substance abuse [23]. In modern bioethics, autonomy is considered one of the overarching ethical principles for protecting patients liberties and ...
In the past decade, tensions in Asia have risen as Beijing has become more assertive in maritime disputes with its neighbors and the United States. Regional leaders have expressed concern that Chinese gray zone coercion threatens to destabilize the region by undermining the rules-based order and increasing the risk of conflict. Yet, despite the threat posed to regional security and prosperity, the United States and its allies and partners in East Asia have struggled to develop effective counters to maritime coercion. The inability of U.S. policymakers to deter coercive actions or to articulate a coherent gray zone strategy has raised questions about Washingtons ability to protect U.S. interests, to integrate China into the international order, and to maintain existing alliance commitments. As a result, experts in the United States and in East Asia are searching for new approaches to counter coercion in the East and South China Seas.. A new CSIS study, Countering Coercion in Maritime Asia: The ...
Experiences of verbal sexual coercion are common and have potential for negative consequences, yet are not well understood. This study used qualitative and descriptive statistics to examine verbal sexual coercion experiences among a community sample of 114 women and explored the role of sexual precedence in these experiences. Analyses revealed that sexual precedence plays an important role in determining how these experiences come about and why women acquiesce to unwanted intercourse. Verbal persuasion and persistence were the most commonly reported tactics. The valence of this verbal persuasion differed qualitatively according to precedence status, with those having a history of sexual precedence using negative persuasion (e.g., threats to relationship) and those with no precedence relying on positive messages (e.g., sweet talk). Most women used direct verbal resistance to indicate their unwillingness to have sex, regardless of precedence status. Womens reasons for compliance and consequences differed
By Antonio Giustozzi. An specialist at the Talibans smooth behavior and practices, Antonio Giustozzi asserts a debatable element in regards to the function of violence and coercion in country development, which additionally occurs to be appropriate to liberal interventionism. Liberal interventionisms dominant discourse dangerously neglects the function of coercion and the monopoly of violence within the international locations it purports to assist. Many students imagine sensible liberal country can emerge from a payment among opponents, in particular if the contract is characterised via political inclusiveness and a social agreement. but comparable post--Cold battle bargains have uncovered the fallacy of such logic.. Giustozzi contends key flaw lies within the confusion over the specifics of kingdom formation and country development. In his view, totally different rules of the game practice in every one situation. bare coercion is a key element of kingdom formation, and extremely few ...
Clearly, Piven sees history differently from many people who may otherwise share many of her goals. Sean Wilentz, for one, might question whether any major political measure for social reform was taken under the sort of threat Piven describes approvingly. More likely still, liberals like Wilentz by definition abhor the sort of tactics Piven privileges, because they recognize as readily as she does how essentially coercive they are. Liberals want coercion to have as little to do with politics as possible. They turn bargaining and horse-trading into heroism because its the only alternative they can see -- or permit -- between the sort of futile rhetorical politics some identify with President Obama and the coercion implicitly or explicitly advocated by those to their and Obamas left. Liberals are not idealists; in calling Wilentz an American Machiavel I acknowledged his own admission that political conflicts cant be resolved simply through a deliberative exchange of ideas. For liberals of his ...
In psychological coercion, the threatened injury regards the victims relationships with other people. The most obvious example is blackmail, where the threat consists of the dissemination of damaging information. However, many other types are possible e.g. so-called emotional blackmail, which typically involves threats of rejection from or disapproval by a peer-group, or creating feelings of guilt/obligation via a display of anger or hurt by someone whom the victim loves or respects. Another example is coercive persuasion.. Psychological coercion - along with the other varieties - was extensively and systematically used by the government of the Peoples Republic of China during the Thought Reform campaign of 1951-1952. The process - carried out partly at revolutionary universities and partly within prisons - was investigated and reported upon by Robert Jay Lifton, then Research Professor of Psychiatry at Yale University: see Lifton (1961). The techniques used by the Chinese authorities ...
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Few studies examine the effect of interpersonal, regulatory or legal coercion on the treatment of depressive symptoms. This retrospective case-control study compared the recovery rates of 574 adults...
2) whether there was sufficient evidence to support the twelve-month extension of Mark P. s commitment and to require involuntary medication and treatment; and (3) whether there is any basis to challenge the involuntary medication order.. The no-merit report thoroughly discusses these issues. We agree with appellate counsel that these issues do not have arguable merit for appeal. The circuit court complied with statutory procedures and considered the appropriate factors in extending Mark P. s commitment and subjecting him to involuntary medication and treatment. The evidence was sufficient to support the circuit court s orders. There is no basis to challenge either order.. We have reviewed Mark P. s numerous responses to counsel s no-merit report. His responses are difficult to decipher. Mark P. seems to challenge the sufficiency of the evidence supporting the circuit court s orders. We have already concluded that the evidence was sufficient.. Mark P. argues that he is not mentally ill. Rather, ...
Society tends to see sex crimes as some of the most serious, often because it does irreparable mental harm to the victim. One type of punishment for sex offenders is chemical castration to prevent any further sexual urges.HistoryDuring the early part of the twentieth century, chemical castration was seen as an accepted practice for certain crimes, such as sexual deviancy, according to Florida State University. Chemical castration fell out of favor after World War II, but new drugs that could specifically target the male libido brought it back into the fold as a viable punishment during the 1980s.IdentificationChemical castration actually w...
Chemical castration is the destruction of the bodys ability to produce seed (sperm or ovum) by certain drugs. LGBTQs are a thousand times more likely to undergo chemical castration than the average person and ten thousand times more likely to submit children in their care to chemical castration.. ...
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Despite many efforts aimed to ensure that research participation is autonomous and not coerced, there exists no reliable and valid measure of perceived coercion for the doubly vulnerable population of substance-abusing ...
Read the full-text online edition of Choice and Coercion: Birth Control, Sterilization, and Abortion in Public Health and Welfare (2005).
Others argue that the ban on torture serves no purpose; given that we know it exists, we should do our best to regulate it. Still others counter that argument by saying thats ridiculous, we know murder occurs as well, but we dont overthrow its prohibition. Im not comfortable with Bowdens wink, wink solution, though he makes many good points. I would modify his stance slightly. Codify a mandatory review by a civilian court in cases of ticking bombs. Acknowledge that some circumstances force interrogators into difficult moral corners, but let them know their actions will be looked at for justification, and punished harshly if that justification is not apparent to a panel of rank-and-file Americans. Finally, make it clear that under no circumstances is coercion allowed to escalate to life-threating levels. A medical doctor should be close at hand in the event moderate physical pressure, to use the preferred phrase, is necessary ...
The rapid growth of the Opt-Out movement, and the accompanying growth of mass resistance to high stakes testing, has revealed the extraordinary levels of intimidation and coercion that have accompanied the implementation of current education policies. Not only have teachers and school administrators who question current levels of testing been threatened with termination, especially if they encourage parents to opt their children out of tests, but opting out families have been told that they risk consequences ranging from being reported to Child Services to having their children denied promotion, access to Special Needs services, placement in gifted programs, or ability go on school trips or participate in school sports and music programs. ...
This Note examines Newdow v. Rio Linda Union School District and explains why California Education Code Section 52720 and the School Districts policy of reciting the Pledge violate the Establishment Clause. Part I discusses the background facts and procedural history of the case and the three tests that were developed by the United States Supreme Court to analyze Establishment Clause challenges. Part II examines the Ninth Circuits application of the three Establishment Clause tests to the facts of this case. Finally, Part III explains why the Coercion Test is the determinative test in the context of government action in public schools and why California Education Code Section 52720 and the School Districts policy fail this test.
Be careful if you pass in a File::Temp object. Because the argument is stringified during coercion into a Path::Tiny object, no reference to the original File::Temp argument is held. Be sure to hold an external reference to it to avoid immediate cleanup of the temporary file or directory at the end of the enclosing scope ...
COERCION AND THREATS: Making and/or carrying out threats to do something to hurt her. Threatening to leave her, commit suicide, or report her to welfare. Making her drop charges. Making her do illegal things. Making and/or carrying out threats to do something to hurt her. Bubba didnt make overt threats to hurt the children or…
Monahan, John; Hoge, Steven K.; Lidz, Charles W.; Roth, Loren H.; Bennett, Nancy; Gardner, William; and Mulvey, Edward P., Coercion and commitment: understanding involuntary mental hospital admission (1995). Systems and Psychosocial Advances Research Center Publications and Presentations. 86 ...
Which translates to bigots must be allowed to be bigoted BUT they must know that ALL peoples rights must be respected. Im taking it from the perspective of an individuals right to be a bigoted dick without the government using coercion to change his or/her behavior as long as he doesnt interfere with another rights ...
A widely diverse coalition headed by Southern Baptist and Roman Catholic leaders called July 2 for the Obama administration to reverse the religious coercion in its abortion/contraception mandate..01/18/2018 5:38:15AM EST.
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Video created by Universiteit Leiden for the course The Changing Global Order. The topic addressed this week is NATO in a Changing World. There are two lectures by Prof. dr. Rob de Wijk. The first examines coercion and the second elucidates ...
Coercion is not Chinuch In his Kuntras HaBechirah, Rav Eliyahu Eliezer Dessler makes a truly frightening statement. No matter how elevated ones actions, if those actions are only the result of ones training, then they confer no merit upon the one
Now, even though it doth protest too much, Newsweek is backing down like a badly beaten mule at cliffs edge. As we all know, Newsweek magazine recently rehashed an oft repeated report involving American interrogators at Guantanomo Bay using religious coercion, in this case flushing a copy of the Koran down a toilet. According to the magazine, the action was a way of trying to provoke detainees into talking. Love that word detainees. Sounds so pastoral.Uncle Achmed, youve missed seven years of my birthday parties.I was detained.
We congratulate Professor Seth Kimmel, assistant professor of Latin American and Iberian Cultures at Columbia University and a Columbia alumnus, on the publication of his latest book, Parables of Coercion: Conversion and Knowledge at the End of Islamic Spain (University of Chicago Press, 2015). More information on the book can be found at this link: A book launch event will be held at Book Culture on Tuesday, October 27 at 7pm. For more information on the event, please visit our event page: ...
Lifework is an EP by Coercion. Released: 2003-12-24. Genres: Death Metal. Labels: Animate Records. Songs: Man Vs Logic, Push and Hold, Consumed, Four Walls, Passive Tool
Meanwhile, I needed to implement coercions also since some unsafe terms couldnt be compiled by the more restrictive Hi-to-C compiler. (Ive got three compilers, a compiler written in ML which translates Hi to ML called stage zero. A compiler written in Hi, with bindings to ML called stage one, which compiles to C. And, lastly, the same compiler but with dynamic bindings to C called stage two, only the system file differs. Essentially one and two are the same, I am making small patches to one to get it to accept two, almost itself ...
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Health,Dr. Margaret J. Blythe and her colleagues at the Indiana University Me...Unwanted sex occurs often within the sexual relationships of teens...In their study of 279 teenage girls between the ages of 14 and 17...Girls were also more likely to be pressured into sex if they were......,Teenage,Girls,are,Forced,To,Have,Unwanted,Sex,medicine,medical news today,latest medical news,medical newsletters,current medical news,latest medicine news
Background: The care in Sweden is ruled by different laws and guidlines. One of them is Health and Medical Services Act, which is volontary. When a person gets mentally ill, up to the point when they can no longer care for them selves they can be treated under The Compulsory Mental Care Act. In the swedish closed psychiatric wards approximatly twenty percent of all patients are being treated under The Compulsory Mental Care Act. Sometimes the nursing staff needs to use coercive measures against the patients will. This puts great emotional, physical and psychcolgical pressure on the nursing staff. Aim: To describe nursing staffs experience of participating in coercions. Method: Literature study based on eight scientific articles with a qualitative approach. Findings: Coercions induced negative emotions like fear, discomfort, helplessness and powerlessness and it also resulted in feelings of guilt and bad conscience. It also had a negative effect in the daily work and there were a need for ...
In early 2019 more than two thousand people deprived of their freedom inside Michigans Huron Valley prison for women were placed into quarantine. In this episode we discuss the action with two women who experienced the quarantine firsthand, and with Victoria Law, abolitionist activist and author of Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles of Incarcerated Women. Image credit: Fatima…
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdağ said on Sunday that Turkey would adopt chemical castration for child abusers after the brutal abuse and murder of an 8-year-old child was discovered over the weekend.. Eylül Yağlıkara had been missing since June 22 in Ankaras Uzunbeyli village and was found on Saturday buried near a power pole one kilometer from the village.. A preliminary autopsy indicated that she had been abused and tortured.. Uğur K., a neighbor of the Yağlıkara family, was named a suspect in the incident after strands of the girls hair were found in his car.. Bozdağ issued a statement on the death of the girl, referring to the governments previous plans to adopt chemical castration as punishment for child abusers, the T24 news website reported.. We recently announced more severe punishment [for such cases] after reviewing possible measures against sexual abusers; however, the elections interrupted the process, Bozdağ said.. On Feb. 20 Justice Minister Abdülhamit Gül ...
The public is now learning that Harvey Weinsteins history of alleged sexual exploitation of young actresses is almost as legendary as the film producer and studio executive himself. What has emerged from the reports about Weinsteins decades of alleged se
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Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has signed into law a bill that requires anyone convicted of a sex crime with a child younger than 13 to undergo chemical castration as a condition of their parole.
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Typically sibling or cousin sexual contact is defined as abuse when it is marked by a five year difference; when the children are less than five years apart in age, the interaction is not deemed abusive unless force, coercion, injury, or penetration occurs. The criteria of force and/or coercion may be the most highly associated with negative outcomes, regardless of the specific sexual behavior (e.g., kissing, fondling, simulated intercourse, or exhibition) experienced (Haugaard and Tilly, 1988). Incidence of sibling or cousin sexual abuse varies greatly among studies, ranging from 10% to 40% among those reporting sexual abuse, although sibling and cousin sexual abuse are about equal in such samples (De Jong, 1988). Typically, the abuse begins when the victim is around six to seven years of age.. It is unclear whether non abuse contacts always result in psychological harm or maladjustment. It may be that normal sexual curiosity between siblings and cousins that happens only once is not ...
OBJECTIVE: The study examined the outcome of psychiatric inpatient care in terms of patients reports of ethical benefits, which were defined as fulfillment of the ethical principles of beneficence and autonomy, and ...
Scanned from Chapter 4 in R.J. Rummel, War, Power, Peace, 1979. For full reference to the book and the list of its contents in hypertext, click book. Typographical errors have been corrected, clarifications added, and style updated. 1. I am using social behavior in the sense developed in Part III of Vol. 2: The Conflict Helix. The analysis therein and the logic of that volumes Chapter 33 underlie this whole Chapter. 2. For the doctrinal expression of this in communist military strategy, see Milovidov and Kozlov (1972). Regardless of the dominant political and psychological aspects of communist strategy in Vietnam, the final victory was won by a conventional force. Moreover, the Soviet invasions to defeat the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 and the Czechoslovakian Spring in 1968 were, after attempted coercion, pure force. Force is the application of physical power to others in spite of their wills; coercion is the use of threats or sanctions to get another willfully to do or stop doing as ...
Naturally, one should be able to sue an industry for billions because one voluntarily engaged in an activity that would do one harm. (sarcasm) It is unheard of currently to take responsibility for ones own actions. In fact, this same scenario is being touted by Hillary Clinton against the gun manufacturers and sellers when a gun is used in the commission of the crime.. In his argument, Banzhaf cited Massachusetts requirements on physician reporting of possible child abuse for all but the most negligible or de minimus injuries to children, which includes even the slightest of bruising. He stressed that mere suspicion by the physician is enough to trigger this legal requirement. While it is true that medical professionals are required by law to report suspected child abuse, medical professionals are to use sound judgment and common sense in being able to recognize the difference between abuse and accidental injuries.. Attendees were told that family law attorneys have a moral and perhaps ...
The authors explain that there should be safe harbor rules to protect both banks and their customers. Thats a very sensible suggestion.. And there are easy options to make this happen. Im not a big fan of the Financial Action Task Force, which is an OECD-connected organization that ostensibly setsmoney-laundering rules for the world. Simply stated, the bureaucrats at FATF think there should be no human right to privacy. Moreover, FATF advocates harsh regulatory burdens that impose very high costs while producing miserly benefits.. That being said, if a nation is not on the FATF blacklist, that should be more than enough evidence that it imposes very onerous rules to guard against misbehavior.. Unfortunately, bureaucrats in the United States and Europe dont actually seem interested in fighting money laundering. Or, to be more precise, it appears that their primary interest is to penalize places with low tax rates.. Many Caribbean jurisdictions, for instance, are being victimized by ...
High-profile male and female co-offenders provide fascinating, yet disturbing, images of crime and deviancy; the likes of Myra Hindley and Ian Brady and Rose and Fred West being some of the most infamous offenders in UK history. It is often questioned how two people can be as evil as each other, but this approach…
This includes sexual coercion. Sexual coercion is forcing mate choice against a partner's will or preference. Sexual coercion ... Stock, Wendy, E. (1991). "Feminist explanations: Male power, hostility and sexual coercion". Sexual Coercion. 61: 73.. ... Smuts, B.B; Smuts, R.W. (1993). Male aggression and sexual coercion of females in nonhuman primates and other mammals: evidence ... Development of sexual coercion[edit]. Though it is a widely held view that sexually coercive behaviour occurs as a result of ...
Employer coercion[edit]. As a condition of employment, workers may be required to answer their employer's narrowly defined ... Coercion and torture were commonly used to compel "cooperation." Puritans, who were at the time fleeing to the New World, began ... and other kinds of coercion. Oliver Cromwell's revolution overturned the practice and incorporated protections, in response to ...
Operand coercion[edit]. Further information: Type conversion. Some languages also allow for the operands of an operator to be ... For example, in Perl coercion rules lead into 12 + "3.14". producing the result of 15.14. . The text "3.14". is converted to ... In the presence of coercions in a language, the programmer must be aware of the specific rules regarding operand types and the ...
Coercion and poverty[edit]. See also: Survival sex. These feminists do argue that, in most cases, prostitution is not a ... Others simply suggest that economic coercion makes the sexual consent of sex workers highly problematic if not impossible...".[ ... Third, all feminists recognize that commercial sex workers are subject to economic coercion and are often victims of violence, ...
Coercion[edit]. Osamu Muramoto has argued that the refusal by Jehovah's Witnesses of "life-saving" blood treatment[102] creates ... has raised issues including what he claims is coercion to refuse transfusions, doctrinal inconsistency, selective use of ...
For instance, the coercion statute in Alaska says: A person commits the crime of coercion if the person compels another to ... Coercion. - The Alaska Legal Resource Center". Blog death threats spark debate BBC News retrieved September ... Assassination Bomb threat Coercion Contract killing Garda Information Message Extortion Terroristic threat Witness intimidation ... Death threats are often covered by coercion statutes. ... in which case a death threat could be a form of coercion. For ...
For Jonathan Riley, a liberal society has a duty to protect its citizens from coercion, whether that coercion comes from a ... He suggests that differentiating between "pure coercion" and "partial coercion" may help solve this problem, and that the ... Fourthly, such coercion may contribute to a culture of resistance among those receiving welfare. Forensic psychologist Eric ... Throffers form part of the wider moral and political considerations of coercion, and form part of the question of the ...
Coercion? Perhaps, but coercion in a good cause. I am sometimes astounded at the attitudes of Americans who are horrified at ... and that their proposed solutions were politically unacceptable because of the coercion that they implied, and because the cost ...
"Coercion". BBC Online. 1 May 2012. Retrieved 3 July 2016. "Goodbye, Greg?". Inside Soap. Hearst Magazines UK (17): 24. 28 April ... The character last appeared in the episode titled "Coercion", which was broadcast on 1 May 2012. The character was generally ... "Coercion" broadcast on 1 May 2012. His final scenes show Greg being fired from the hospital by Hanssen following Greg ...
Coercion. This impediment exists if one of the parties is pressured by any circumstances to enter into marriage. (In order for ...
Coercion. Rape, or even forced pregnancy, which sometimes happens in the context of domestic violence. Unintended pregnancies ... Vaginal sexual activity without the use of contraception through choice or coercion is the predominant cause of unintended ...
... government coercion; beach erosion; siltation of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway; freshwater diversion; and economic effects. ...
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... physical coercion." The Canal was used in part until the 1890s. In 1890, the Canal would have had competition with the ...
Coercion and tenacious treatment in the community. In D.L. Dennis & J. Monahan (Eds.), Coercion and aggressive community ... Moser and Bond address coercion and the broader concept of "agency control" (practices in which the treatment team maintains ... Gomory, T. (2002). The origins of coercion in "Assertive Community Treatment" (ACT): A review of early publications from the " ... Kirk, S. A., Gomory, T., & Cohen, D. (2013). Mad science: Psychiatric coercion, diagnosis, and drugs. Rutgers, NJ: Transaction ...
Coercion Acts. October - arrest of Charles Stewart Parnell and other leaders. 18 October - No Rent Manifesto. 19 October - ...
This includes sexual coercion. Sexual coercion is forcing mate choice against a partner's will or preference. Sexual coercion ... Stock, Wendy, E. (1991). "Feminist explanations: Male power, hostility and sexual coercion". Sexual Coercion. 61: 73.. ... Development of sexual coercionEdit. Though it is a widely held view that sexually coercive behaviour occurs as a result of ... Thornhill, R; Palmer, C.T. (2001). A natural history of rape: Biological bases of sexual coercion. Cambridge, MA: Bradford ...
"Conscience·and·Coercion". First·Things. The Institute on Religion and Public Life. Retrieved 24 March 2015. The 1983 Code of ...
Mansbridge, Jane (January 1997). "Taking coercion seriously". Constellations. 3 (3): 407-416. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8675.1997. ...
Gualtieri, Antonio R. (1989). Conscience and Coercion: Ahmadis and Orthodoxy in Pakistan. Guernica Editions. p. 14. ISBN 978-0- ... Gualtieri, Antonio R. (1989). Conscience and Coercion: Ahmadi Muslims and Orthodoxy in Pakistan. Guernica Editions. p. 20. ISBN ... Khan, Murtaza (1945). The Name Ahmadiyya and Its Necessity (PDF). Gualtieri, Antonio R. (1989). Conscience and Coercion: Ahmadi ... Gualtieri, Antonio R. (1989). Conscience and Coercion: Ahmadi Muslims and orthodoxy in Pakistan. Guernica Editions. p. 22. ISBN ...
The 1881 act was one of more than 100 Coercion Acts applied to Ireland under the Union. W. E. Gladstone was returned to office ... The Protection of Persons and Property (Ireland) Act, also called the Coercion Act, was an act of the Parliament of the United ... On 24 January 1881, he introduced a new Coercion Bill in the Commons. The bill was strongly opposed by the Irish Parliamentary ... ISBN 978-1-84724-672-1. Edwards, Owen Dudley (2009). "American Diplomats and Irish Coercion, 1880-1883". Journal of American ...
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He also served a short prison sentence in 1889 for coercion during a period of protest in Ireland referred to as the Land War. ... Appendix 1. "Coercion in Ireland". The Freeman's Press. 4 January 1889. Retrieved 24 January 2019. The Popular Guide to the ...
"Coercion or Conformism? Censorship and Self- Censorship among Russian Media Personalities and Reporters in the 2010s" (PDF). ...
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According to Averroes, there are two methods of teaching virtue to citizens; persuasion and coercion. Persuasion is the more ... natural method consisting of rhetorical, dialectical and demonstrative methods; sometimes, however, coercion is necessary for ...
That is coercion." Aged fourteen, Kay began to question her religion, wanting to know why she couldn't be friends with non- ...
Epstein, Richard; Barnett, Randy; Friedman, David D.; Pinkerton, James P. (March 2004). "Coercion vs. Consent". Reason. ...
"Coercion and Coercive Offers," in J. Roland Pennock and John W. Chapman, eds., Coercion: Nomos VIX. Chicago, Ill.: Aldine, 1972 ... "Nonviolent Sexual Coercion," in A. Parrot and L. Bechhofer, eds, Acquaintance Rape. The Hidden Crime. New York: John Wiley, ...
Reproductive coercion is considered a serious public health issue. Pregnancy coercion includes any behaviors intended to coerce ... Reproductive coercion and intimate partner violence are strongly correlated; however, reproductive coercion can occur in ... There are three forms of reproductive coercion, including pregnancy coercion, birth control sabotage, and controlling the ... coercion and provide harm reduction strategies to address reproductive coercion have been found to reduce pregnancy coercion by ...
Marital coercion was a defence to most crimes under English criminal law and under the criminal law of Northern Ireland. It is ... Until 2013 it was thought that the burden of proof lay on the defence to prove marital coercion on the balance of probabilities ... The Court of Appeal held in R v Shortland that marital coercion need not involve physical force or the threat of force. ( ... In Ireland the case of State (DPP) v Walsh and Conneely in 1981 found that presumption of marital coercion had not survived the ...
Frequent experience with coercion was related to seeing coercion more as care and security. This study showed that experiencing ... Respondents with decisional responsibility for coercion and leadership responsibility saw coercion less as treatment. ... agreed with the viewpoint that coercion is needed for care and security, and c) slightly disagreed that coercion could be seen ... the more one thought that coercion is offending. Especially psychologists were critical towards coercion. We found significant ...
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We can however indicate tendencies; we can array groups as types depending on whether authority or coercion tends to dominate. ... Dyadic coercion, as in a holdup, or the dyadic, authoritative demand, as when a policeman orders a speeder to pull over, are ... And again, coercion may be resorted to. Finally, the third level concerns the legitimacy of the authoritative role within ... One obeys authoritative power because it is proper to; one obeys coercion to avoid what is threatened. Then what is the power ...
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Mutual coercion, mutually [and voluntarily] agreed upon.. This tutorial complements and illustrates a research article co- ... Hauert, Ch., Arne Traulsen, Hannelore Brandt, Martin A. Nowak & Karl Sigmund (2007) Via freedom to coercion: the emergence of ... Via Freedom to Coercion. by Christoph Hauert, Version 1.0, June 2007.. *Location: ...
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Cyber Coercion: An Overview. If coercion is the exertion of pressure on an adversary by threatening something of value, then ... Coercion And Cyberspace - Analysis. September 12, 2018. Elcano Royal Institute 0 Comments ... In order for coercion to be successful, an aggressor need to be able to clearly communicate this threat. In cyberspace, this is ... The outcome of coercion is contingent on the clear communication of a threat, suitable cost-benefit calculations, the ...
Issues of concern regarding coercion of psychiatric patients, which were once relevant only to psychiatric hospitalization, are ... Solomon P. (1996) Research on the Coercion of Persons with Severe Mental Illness. In: Dennis D.L., Monahan J. (eds) Coercion ... Monahan, J., Hoge, S., Lidz, C., Roth, L., Bennett, N., Gardner, W., and Mulvey, E. (1995). Coercion and commitment: ... Carroll, J. (1991). Consent to mental health treatment: A theoretical analysis of coercion, freedom, and control. Behavioral ...
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  • Physical coercion is the most commonly considered form of coercion, where the content of the conditional threat is the use of force against a victim, their relatives or property. (
  • I am interested in discussing the normative status of this weaker form of coercion within process thought. (
  • That which we do as a form of imitation of our role models or as a result of some form of coercion is not truly ours. (
  • What form of coercion can be legitimately used? (
  • It comprises a large range of treatment pressures and interventions that can be applied by the professional with the intention to foster treatment adherence or avoid formal coercion. (
  • The degree of coercion adherent to several interventions ranges between full autonomy and formal coercion that is regulated by the law. (
  • OBJECTIVE: This paper explores similarities and differences between formal coercion and other forms of 'strong persuasion' in clinical decision-making about medical management of patients with severe anorexia nervosa. (
  • Staff reported use of formal coercion, diagnoses, and psychosocial functioning. (
  • We used two tailed t-tests and mixed effects models to analyze the impact from demographics, alliance with parents, use of formal coercion, diagnostic condition, and global psychosocial functioning. (
  • Being under formal coercion was the strongest predictor. (
  • There are three forms of reproductive coercion, including pregnancy coercion, birth control sabotage, and controlling the outcome of a pregnancy. (
  • Pregnancy coercion includes any behaviors intended to coerce or pressure a partner to become or not become pregnant. (
  • Among women aged 16-29 seeking family planning in California, 19.1% reported experiencing pregnancy coercion in their lifetime. (
  • Published online in the January issue of the journal Contraception , the study, "Pregnancy Coercion, Intimate Partner Violence and Unintended Pregnancy," also found that among women who experienced both reproductive coercion and partner violence, the risk of unintended pregnancy doubled. (
  • Study participants were asked questions about birth-control sabotage, pregnancy coercion and intimate partner violence to assess their experience of pregnancy coercion and birth control sabotage. (
  • Approximately 1 in 5 young women said they experienced pregnancy coercion and 15 percent said they experienced birth control sabotage. (
  • More than a third of the women who reported partner violence - 35 percent - also reported either pregnancy coercion or birth control sabotage. (
  • Comprehensive assessment in clinical settings for pregnancy coercion, birth control sabotage and intimate partner violence should be considered a priority in the context of family planning services. (
  • Approximately one in five young women said they experienced pregnancy coercion and 15 percent said they experienced birth control sabotage. (
  • Various forms of coercion are distinguished: first on the basis of the kind of injury threatened, second according to its aims and scope, and finally according to its effects, from which its legal, social, and ethical implications mostly depend. (
  • These are so common that they are also used as metaphors for other forms of coercion. (
  • However, there also are nonphysical forms of coercion, where the threatened injury does not immediately imply the use of force. (
  • Yet while various forms of coercion have a place within a proper program of chinuch , coercion should never be confused with chinuch itself. (
  • 6 Thus, we conducted a survey of IRB members and research ethics professionals to address the lack of systematic data concerning attitudes about payment generally, and to determine how these individuals think about the concepts of coercion and undue influence specifically. (
  • W. Widick Schroeder observes that if coercion is defined as "the capacity to act in ways violating others," then "persuasion and coercion interplay in any human community" (PPT 70). (
  • 6 ) defined nine graduations of coercion: (I) persuasion, (II) inducement, (III) threats, (IV) show of force, (V) physical force, (VI) legal force, (VII) request for a dispositional preference, (VIII) giving orders, and (IX) deception. (
  • Several studies have shown that some initial reports of "coercion" to test were rather "persuasion" or "encouragement" to test (1, 8-10). (
  • The hallmark of such persuasion is high pressure, a pressure which works on mental, moral, or emotional weakness to such an extent that it approaches the boundaries of coercion. (
  • The ethical boundaries of persuasion: coercion and restraint of patients in clinical anesthesia practice. (
  • article{Norman2001TheEB, title={The ethical boundaries of persuasion: coercion and restraint of patients in clinical anesthesia practice. (
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  • however, reproductive coercion can occur in relationships in which physical and sexual violence are not reported. (
  • Gender and sexual power dynamics and coercion associated with sexual power dynamics are both linked to condom nonuse. (
  • Young women and teenage girls often face efforts by male partners to sabotage birth control or coerce pregnancy - including damaging condoms and destroying contraceptives - and these efforts, defined as "reproductive coercion," frequently are associated with physical or sexual violence, a study by a team of researchers led by UC Davis has found. (
  • Almost all of the participants who had been pregnant had experienced abuse from their intimate partner, such as psychological, sexual and physical abuse, alongside reproductive coercion. (
  • Psychiatric tradition, social expectation, andthe law make it clear that coercion is the profession sdetermining characteristic.Psychiatrists may "diagnose" or "treat" people withouttheir consent or even against their clearly expressed wishes,and these involuntary psychiatric interventions are asdifferent as are sexual relations between consenting adultsand the sexual violence we call "rape. (
  • New surveys hope to tell us, but since they are by social psychologists and the paper is in Psychology of Women Quarterly , a feminist, scientific, peer-reviewed journal, they only find that objectification of a female partner's body is related to higher incidents of sexual pressure and coercion. (
  • Being more aware of how and when one thinks of their partner as an object, sexually or otherwise, could help relationship partners avoid sexual pressure and coercion and increase communication and respect within their relationship," they write. (
  • Resistance to Sexual Coercion Behaviors: A Meta-Analysis. (
  • Because various studies offer mixed findings, a study utilized meta-analysis to compare men's and women's resistance to sexual coercion. (
  • Literature for the investigation was compiled from computer searches using key words such as 'sexual coercion,''sexual aggression' and sexual resistance. (
  • Men and women, however, do differ in physical resistance strategies, such that women engage in physical resistance to sexual coercion more often than men do. (
  • The high rates of sexual coercion discovered need to be addressed through education and awareness raising that challenges attitudes and helps change behaviour. (
  • The highest rates of sexual coercion were reported by teenage girls in England. (
  • What Does 'Sexual Coercion' Say About A Society? (
  • One contemporary analysis links the increase in gender equality in a society with increased sexual empowerment of women and less sexual coercion. (
  • Anthropologists, sociologists and biologists have explored over several decades many factors that shape the likelihood of sexual coercion of women by men. (
  • But it does suggest avenues through which, on a societal level, sexual coercion - attempts to get sex by force - might be reduced in the United States and other countries. (
  • They point to widespread sexual coercion among orangutans, a near cousin to humans on the tree of evolution. (
  • Other biologists, however, point out that sexual coercion is by no means universal in the animal kingdom. (
  • More to the point, as far as human societies are concerned, anthropologists have long documented differences in the extent of sexual coercion in different human societies. (
  • More than three decades ago, Peggy Reeves Sanday at the University of Pennsylvania found wide variations in sexual coercion in an analysis of 156 older societies. (
  • In some of these societies, sexual coercion was widespread. (
  • Sexual coercion, Sanday said - in a view backed by numerous feminist scholars - is shaped by cultural forces: "It is important to understand that violence is socially and not biologically programmed. (
  • To some people, that might seem like clear-cut evidence that increased gender equality leads to increased sexual empowerment for women and less sexual coercion, but the study also found that depictions of coercive sex in pornography are about as common in Norway as in other countries. (
  • The link between gender inequality and sexual coercion is supported by another study conducted in sub-Saharan Africa that found higher levels of inequality linked to higher levels of coercion. (
  • But some scholars have noted that increased gender equality can also have different effects on sexual coercion over the short term than it has over the long term. (
  • The study of the relationship between gender equality and sexual coercion is hobbled by the fact that sexual coercion and rape often happens behind closed doors, and does not get reported, let alone investigated. (
  • Definitions of sexual coercion, moreover, have been the subject of debate - many scholars point out that most sexual coercion of women happens in the context of existing relationships, including marriage, even though cases such as the Cleveland abductions are far more likely to attract media attention. (
  • Background: Growing worldwide evidence shows that the experience of sexual coercion is fairly prevalent among young people and is associated with risky sexual behavior thereafter. (
  • The aim of this study was to assess the association between the experience of sexual coercion and risky sexual behavior among university students of both sexes in Uganda. (
  • A validated scale of six items was used to assess the experience of sexual coercion. (
  • Among the male students 29.0%, and among the female students 33.1% reported having had some experience of sexual coercion. (
  • Scoring low on an assessment of mental health problems, reporting high trust in others, or stating that religion played a major role in one's family of origin seemed to buffer the negative effect that the experience of sexual coercion had on the likelihood of having many sexual partners. (
  • Conclusion: The findings of this study suggest that the experience of sexual coercion is common among youth/young adults in Uganda and is subsequently associated with risky sexual behavior in both sexes. (
  • Health worker training on HIV and reproductive rights, improving counselling on HIV and sexual and reproductive health for WLHIV, providing State mechanisms to investigate and sanction coercive and forced sterilization, and strengthening civil society to increase WLHIV's capacity to resist coercion to sterilize can contribute to preventing coercive and forced sterilization. (
  • Sexual coercion was reported by 9% of gay and bisexual men, 8% of heterosexual females, 5% of lesbians and bisexual women, and less than 1% of heterosexual men. (
  • Sexual coercion is common among PWID, but especially for gay and bisexual men and heterosexual females. (
  • Sexual coercion in gay/lesbian relationships: descriptives and gender differences. (
  • That's the advice from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists , which just published recommendations for doctors about reproductive and sexual coercion. (
  • A study conducted by Guttmacher Institute researcher Ann Moore and colleagues found that women with a history of intimate partner violence or sexual abuse seem to be at much higher risk for coercion. (
  • Sexual coercion affects approximately 58% of college-age females. (
  • Victims of sexual coercion often share similar characteristics, such as lower self-esteem, lower assertiveness, higher depressive symptoms, higher alcohol use, increased number of sexual partners, more romantic relationships, prior victimization, and relationship insecurity. (
  • These, then, are assumed to guard against sexual coercion. (
  • The purpose of this study was to determine if female athletes were at a lower risk for sexual coercion and whether differences existed in levels of assertiveness, sexual assertiveness, self-esteem, sexual esteem, alcohol use, and the number of sexual partners. (
  • The findings of this study imply that athletics may indirectly place females at risk for sexual coercion through an assocwith higher alcohol use. (
  • College women's experiences of sexual coercion: a review of cultural, perpetrator, victim, and situational variables. (
  • Dating aggression, sexual coercion, and aggression-supporting attitudes among college men as a function of participation in aggressive high school sports. (
  • Coercion may involve the actual infliction of physical pain/injury or psychological harm in order to enhance the credibility of a threat. (
  • Byman and Waxman (2000) define coercion as "the use of threatened force, including the limited use of actual force to back up the threat, to induce an adversary to behave differently than it otherwise would. (
  • The outcome of coercion is contingent on the clear communication of a threat, suitable cost-benefit calculations, the credibility of the coercer, and reassurances from the coercer upon compliance. (
  • TAIPEI (Reuters) - Chinese bombers and warships conducted drills around Taiwan on Monday, the latest military manoeuvres near the self-ruled island that a senior U.S. official denounced as "coercion" and a threat to stability in the region. (
  • 4) "Involuntary servitude" means a condition of servitude in which the victim was forced to work by the use or threat of physical restraint or physical injury, by the use of threat of coercion through law or legal process, or as set forth in RCW 9A.40.110 . (
  • The Belmont Report -upon which many rely for authoritative guidance-says that "Coercion occurs when an overt threat of harm is intentionally presented by one person to another in order to obtain compliance" and, by contrast, that undue influence "occurs through an offer of excessive, unwanted, inappropriate or improper reward or other overture in order to obtain compliance. (
  • For the exceptional use of coercion, the advice develops three criteria, namely incapacity to deliberate, threat of serious harm and proportionality between harm and coercion. (
  • Nyttingnes, Olav (2018) Patients' Experience of Coercion in Mental Health Care. (
  • 2018) states that there is a potential for coercion directly related to HIV self-testing (12), contrasting the interpretation of evidence from the WHO HIV Self-Testing Guidelines (1). (
  • noun force , pressure , threats , bullying , constraint , intimidation , compulsion , duress , browbeating , strong-arm tactics (informal) It was vital that the elections should be free of coercion or intimidation. (
  • The Court held, in fact, that this decision amounted to "coercion" and "compulsion," which the Constitution forbids. (
  • Listing the tensions around territorial claims, growing threats from foreign interference, cyberwarfare, and economic coercion , Morrison said, "It's fair to say that in 2020, our 'international society' is under strain. (
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  • Which leads to the second conclusion from the incarceration numbers: Coercion of the mentally ill without psychiatry is an enormous problem. (
  • Kallert TW (2008) Coercion in psychiatry. (
  • Kallert TW, Glockner M, Onchev G, Raboch J, Karastergiou A, Solomon Z et al (2005) The EUNOMIA project on coercion in psychiatry: study design and preliminary data. (
  • Although informal coercion is frequently applied in psychiatry, its use is discussed controversially. (
  • In psychiatry, caregivers try to get free and informed consent of patients, but often feel required to restrict freedom and to use coercion. (
  • Family Planning Chief Executive Jackie Edmond says "The findings of this important research give all of us a glimpse at the extent of reproductive coercion happening behind closed doors in our country and its impact on the health and wellbeing of women. (
  • The purpose of this study was to examine to what extent adolescents perceive or experience coercion during inpatient mental health care, and to examine predictors of experienced coercion. (
  • Conclusion Perceived coercion and its determinants are to some extent sex-specific. (
  • San Francisco, CA - What may be the first national survey to determine the extent of a form of abuse called "reproductive coercion" was released today by the National Domestic Violence Hotline and the Family Violence Prevention Fund. (
  • This can include abortion coercion, or pressuring, threatening, or forcing a partner to have an abortion or not. (
  • OTTAWA - Roxanne's Law may have gone down to defeat, but Conservative MP Rod Bruinooge sees signs a version of his anti-abortion coercion bill might succeed some day. (
  • Amiri said that she believes "pressure, dissuasion and coercion to carry their pregnancies to term" is driving down the number of minors in ORR custody who might otherwise seek an abortion or unbiased counseling. (
  • Fines for attempting to coerce a woman into having an abortion would be up to $5000, or up to $10,000 if the woman is a minor or if the perpetrator of the coercion is the father of the fetus in question. (
  • HB 4799 is not about protecting women from coercion, it's about finding one more new path by which to vilify abortion. (
  • She says in addition to the screening opportunities cited by ACOG, screening women at the time of abortion is also a good tactic for identifying victims of reproductive coercion, since multiple abortions may be a sign that a woman is facing this kind of pressure. (
  • The study authors said the research underscores the importance of educating women seeking care about reproductive coercion, and ensuring that women who are seeking reproductive health services are offered counseling on ways to prevent pregnancy that are less vulnerable to partner interference, as well as connected to domestic violence-related services. (
  • Reproductive coercion and unintended pregnancy are strongly associated, and this association is stronger in individuals who have experienced intimate partner violence. (
  • The study is the first quantitative examination of the relationship between intimate partner violence, reproductive coercion and unintended pregnancy. (
  • Participants shared their experiences seeking support and advice around reproductive coercion and other intimate partner violence - the report found very few participants were asked about abuse in their relationship and even fewer were asked specifically about reproductive coercion. (
  • This book explores the foundation and causes of intimate coercion, focusing specifically on the identification of the issue and subsequent healing process. (
  • To aid therapists working with coerced individuals, Intimate Coercion defines coercive mechanisms, identifies distinct elements in the coercion process, and provides transformative tools for use with coerced individuals. (
  • Based on Loring's years of work in the courtroom and Scardaville's work with battered women, Intimate Coercion unveils the driving force of coerced behavior and explains how therapists can help treat this trauma. (
  • Sociologists Loring and Scardaville shine a light on intimate coercion and how devastating it can be for the victims and their families. (
  • Case studies scattered throughout the book are invaluable in helping the reader understand the nature of intimate coercion-on the parts of the coerced and the coercer. (
  • Intimate Coercion is a brilliant exploration of the cathartic power of connection in relationships. (
  • In 2011, as part of a cluster randomized controlled trial, staff at 11 Pennsylvania family planning clinics were trained to offer a trauma-informed intervention addressing intimate partner violence and reproductive coercion to all women seeking care, regardless of exposure to violence. (
  • Providers reported that the intervention increased their confidence in discussing intimate partner violence and reproductive coercion. (
  • While research remains fragmentary, women in abusive relationships are at higher risk of reproductive coercion and unintended pregnancies. (
  • What this study shows is that reproductive coercion likely explains why unintended pregnancies are far more common among abused women and teens. (
  • According to the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects (the Common Rule), "An investigator shall seek such consent only under circumstances that provide the prospective subject or representative sufficient opportunity to consider whether or not to participate and that minimize the possibility of coercion or undue influence. (
  • 4 Yet the Common Rule does not define either coercion or undue influence. (
  • 1966), which (although it finds in favor of the coerced party) laid out in brutally clear terms just how extreme the coercion must be in order to constitute undue influence. (
  • The newly developed Staff Attitude to Coercion Scale was used to measure staff attitudes. (
  • Methods A cross-sectional sample of 96 adolescent inpatients from 10 Norwegian acute and combined (acute and sub-acute) psychiatric wards reported their experienced coercion on Coercion Ladder and the Experienced Coercion Scale in questionnaires. (
  • Methods Patients (n = 282) were interviewed using the Nordic Admission Interview (NorAI), including the MacArthur Perceived Coercion Scale (MPCS) and the Coercion Ladder (CL). (
  • The scale of hidden elder abuse including cybercrime, scams and financial coercion was revealed last week in the first report from the year long Sussex Elders' Commission (SEC). (
  • The "Coercion Experience Scale" is an instrument to measure the psychological impact during psychiatric coercive interventions. (
  • For Schelling, conflicts involving coercion unfold through a kind of violent communication about intentions and commitment. (
  • Staff attitudes towards the use of coercion have been put forward as a factor that may influence these differences. (
  • In a family planning clinic setting in California, 13% of patients reported experiencing reproductive coercion in the past 3 months. (
  • Issues of concern regarding coercion of psychiatric patients, which were once relevant only to psychiatric hospitalization, are now applicable to the community arena as well. (
  • Two scales for measuring patients' perceptions for coercion during mental hospital admission. (
  • Olofsson B, Norberg A (2001) Experiences of coercion in psychiatric care as narrated by patients, nurses and physicians. (
  • Publications were included if they reported original data describing patients' and clinicians' attitudes toward and prevalence rates or clinical effects of informal coercion. (
  • The majority of mental health professionals as well as one-third to two-third of the psychiatric patients had positive attitudes, even if there was personal experience of informal coercion. (
  • CONCLUSIONS: We conclude that clinicians use legal coercion very sparingly in treating severe anorexia nervosa, distinguishing legal coercion from other forms of close clinical management of patients. (
  • Results High experienced coercion was reported by a third of all patients. (
  • Conclusions Roughly one third of patients in the sample reported high experienced coercion. (
  • Background To investigate determinants for perceived coercion during the admission process among voluntarily and involuntarily admitted psychiatric patients, with special focus on sex-specific patterns. (
  • In this prospective, mixed-methods study, we investigate patient perceptions of procedural justice and coercion within the context of the forensic mental health system in Ontario, Canada (final N = 120 forensic patients and their primary care providers). (
  • Results from this mixed-methods study will yield a rich and detailed account of patient perceptions of the forensic mental health system, and specifically whether perceptions of procedural fairness, justice and legitimacy, as well as perceived coercion, systematically influence patients' risk for adversity, their ability to progress in their recovery, and ultimately, advance through the forensic system towards successful community living. (
  • Patient, family, and staff perceptions of coercion in mental hospital admission: An exploratory study. (
  • Both qualitative and quantitative methods are used to assess the degree to which patient perceptions of coercion, fairness and legitimacy impact upon their level of treatment engagement, risk for adversity and progress in recovery. (
  • To investigate teachers' understanding of the effect of coercion on the lesson social climate and to test the hypotheses that teachers' general authoritativeness and friendliness affects the accuracy of teachers' understanding, we used students' perceptions of the effect of teacher coercion on the social climate as a criterion. (
  • Here we have been told that the proposed new eugenics would be okay, unlike the bad old eugenics, because it would be based on "choice" rather than societal coercion. (
  • Reproductive coercion (also called coerced reproduction or reproductive control) is a collection of behaviors that interfere with decision-making related to reproductive health. (
  • Coercion (/koʊˈɜːrʒən, -ʃən/) is compelling a party to act in an involuntary manner by use of threats, including propaganda or force. (
  • Coercion of involuntary servitude. (
  • The use of coercion is morally problematic and requires an ongoing critical reflection. (
  • We wondered if not knowing or being uncertain whether coercion is morally right or justified (i.e. experiencing moral doubt) is related to professionals' normative attitudes regarding the use of coercion. (
  • It is generally understood that the use of coercion is morally problematic and that health care professionals needs to critically reflect upon and morally justify the use of coercion. (
  • Being uncertain whether the use of coercion is morally justified (i.e. moral doubt) is often a starting point for critical reflection and changing cultures and attitudes towards coercion. (
  • Bindman J, Reid Y, Szmukler G, Tiller J, Thornicroft G, Leese M (2005) Perceived coercion at admission to psychiatric hospital and engagement with follow-up-a cohort study. (
  • Perceived coercion and its determinants at psychiatric admission -- are there sex specific patterns? (
  • Legal admission status was decisive for perceived coercion, except according to the CL for men. (
  • It is recommendable to establish structured education about informal coercion and sensitize mental health professionals for its potential for adverse effects in clinical routine practice. (
  • Not only is reproductive coercion associated with violence from male partners, but when women report experiencing both reproductive coercion and partner violence, the risk for unintended pregnancy increases significantly. (
  • The study also highlights the importance of working with young men to prevent both violence against female partners and coercion around pregnancy. (
  • Women attending our clinics are asked about violence or coercion, they're asked about being asked to do things sexually that they don't want to do. (
  • Coercion theory is one of the most fully developed bodies of theory in the social sciences, one that has advanced the field of national security by illuminating the logic that underlies threats, violence, and war. (
  • Reproductive coercion is defined as threats or acts of violence against a partner's reproductive health or reproductive decision-making. (
  • Survivors of domestic violence don't always recognize reproductive coercion as part of the power and control their partner is exerting over them in their relationship," said National Domestic Violence Hotline Operations Manager Mikisha Hooper. (
  • According to the Family Violence Prevention Fund, the rate of reproductive coercion is probably even higher than these findings showed because some callers who experienced this form of control were not included in the survey because they needed to be referred to help immediately. (
  • This study investigates the attitudes to coercion in 651 staff members within 33 Norwegian acute psychiatric wards. (
  • Hoyer G, Kjellin L, Engberg M, Kaltiala-Heino R, Nilstun T, Sigurjonsdottir M et al (2002) Paternalism and autonomy: a presentation of a Nordic study on the use of coercion in the mental health care system. (
  • The purpose of coercion is to substitute one's aims to those of the victim. (
  • This study showed that experiencing moral doubt is related to some one's normative attitude towards coercion. (
  • John Cobb tells us that if coercion is defined as the unilateral imposition of one's desires on another, then "no society can exist without some measure of coercion" (PTT 106). (
  • Reproductive coercion within the past 3 months has been reported by 5-14% of women in family planning clinic settings and lifetime experience has been reported by 8-30% of women in a range of settings in the US. (
  • In a sample of urban women aged 18-44, 16% reported experiencing reproductive coercion. (
  • Women's Refuge has published New Zealand's first ever report on reproductive coercion and Family Planning says the courage of the women who responded to the study needs to be met with an equally courageous response from agencies working in the sector - and more broadly. (
  • And they have subjected women, as childbearers, to coercion- either to have or to not have children for the greater good of those other than themselves. (
  • I asked myself, 'How many women in prison are there because of this type of coercion? (
  • In the short term, greater equality might trigger a "backlash" effect, leading to changes in the status of women while, over the longer term, equality might be linked with lower levels of coercion. (
  • ACOG recommends that OB-GYNs routinely screen women and adolescents for coercion at annual exams and during prenatal and postpartum visits. (
  • Future research could investigate whether moral case deliberation increases professionals' experience of moral doubt and whether this will evoke more critical thinking and increase staff's curiosity for alternatives to coercion. (
  • A better understanding of the possible role of moral doubt in stimulating critical reflection and changing cultures might inform us whether stimulating moral doubt, for example by means of moral case deliberation, can play a role in reducing and improving the use of coercion. (
  • This systematic review aimed to summarize literature on attitudes toward informal coercion, its prevalence, and clinical effects. (
  • I'm already seeing a lot of excessively fearful behavior, without any government coercion. (
  • In psychological coercion, the threatened injury regards the victim's relationships with other people. (
  • Psychological coercion - along with the other varieties - was extensively and systematically used by the government of the People's Republic of China during the "Thought Reform" campaign of 1951-1952. (
  • For this reason, many social philosophers have considered coercion as the polar opposite to freedom. (
  • Consent to mental health treatment: A theoretical analysis of coercion, freedom, and control. (
  • Because of the wide range-in time and place-of societies studied, the reader is able to see many different approaches to the question of consent and coercion as well as a certain evolution, in which Christianity plays an important role. (
  • So, again, we can fairly easily trace a gradual shift from toleration of certain evils, where policing and punishing them is virtually impossible or might do more harm than good, to the coercion of citizens to engage in these same evils. (
  • While studies to date indicate that there are many benefits of HIV self-testing (also known as home-testing) and the risk of harm through coerced self-testing is minimal, the risk of coercion still exists (1). (
  • While evidence from studies to date indicate that there are many benefits and that the risk of harm is minimal, it remains true that coercion is possible (1). (
  • The aim of this review is to investigate possible risks of coercion associated with HIV self-testing. (
  • But 'coercion' has a different, weaker meaning in normal human discourse. (
  • Process theists do not deny that coercion in this weaker sense occurs, at least on the human level. (
  • But here I'd like to point out that the case for coercion is weaker than it looks, and that the amount of coercion we actually adopt is likely to be more than the socially optimal amount. (
  • When practitioners (either military or civilian) remain innocent of or resistant to coercion theory, they fail to grasp the logic that animates their own decisions and strategies and to understand the ways that their enemies may resist and thwart them, even when those enemies are materially weaker. (
  • This article may be of interest for discussion for some anarchists given that some define anarchism as a world free from coercion. (
  • Within this study we wanted to find out whether experiencing moral doubt is related to the normative attitudes of health care professionals towards coercion. (
  • What are mental health care professionals' normative attitudes towards coercion and how often do they experience moral doubt? (
  • How is health care professionals' experienced moral doubt related to their normative attitude towards coercion? (
  • How are professional and contextual characteristics related to the staff's normative attitude towards coercion and to experiencing moral doubt? (
  • Police investigating drunken driving cases must get voluntary consent from a suspect without any signs of coercion when drawing blood for testing or else get a search warrant, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled today. (
  • and the central question of what is perceived as coercion and what may be the validity or value of coerced consent. (
  • Euro-Consent, Euro-Contract or Euro-Coercion? (
  • Several studies have now been completed to assess the impact of ADs on service use and coercion. (
  • We found no study evaluating the clinical effect of informal coercion in an experimental study design. (
  • The clinical effect of informal coercion remains unclear and further studies are needed to evaluate these interventions and the effect on therapeutic relationship and clinical outcome. (
  • It can be hypothesized that informal coercion may lead to better adherence and clinical outcome but also to strains in the therapeutic relationship. (
  • While we agree with Monahan et al and others, that there are similarities between legal coercion and other forms of strong clinical management (or power), our results suggest that NSW clinicians recognise the importance of maintaining, rather than blurring that distinction. (
  • The Technology and Intimacy: Choice or Coercion: 12th IFIP TC 9 International Conference on Human Choice and Computers, HCC12 2016, Salford, UK, separates cancer of valuable direction that can move to clinical failure drug and not, Loss. (
  • For those participants who did attempt to disclose abuse or reproductive coercion, the responses they were given were often not helpful or actually harmful. (