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|(1) make someone a victim or sacrifice. |
(2) punish someone unjustly.
(3) swindle or defraud someone.
(4) kill, injure, or subject to suffering.
|Secondary victimisation (a.k.a. post crime victimisation) relates to|
further victimisation following on from the original victimisation.
|Victims of abuse and manipulation often get trapped into a self-image of victimisation. The psychological |
profile of victimisation includes a pervasive sense of helplessness, passivity, loss of control, pessimism,
negative thinking, strong feelings of guilt, shame, self-blame and depression. This way of thinking can
lead to hopelessness, despair, and even thoughts of suicide.
|Victimization_Symptoms: were proposed by Frank Ochberg as a distinct subcategory of post-traumatic stress |
disorder (PTSD). It is not formally recognized in diagnostic systems (i.e. DSM or ICD), and includes the following:
|Character_assassination is an attempt to tarnish a person's reputation. It may involve exaggeration or manipulation of facts to present an untrue picture of the targeted person. It is a form of defamation and can be a form of Ad_hominem argument.|
For living individuals targeted by character assassination attempts, this may result in being rejected by his community, family, or members of his or her living or work environment. Such acts are often difficult to reverse or rectify, and the process is likened to a literal assassination of a human life. The damage sustained can last a lifetime or, for historical figures, for many centuries after their death.
In practice, character assassination may involve doublespeak, spreading of rumors, innuendo or deliberate misinformation on topics relating to the subject's morals, integrity, and reputation. It may involve spinning information that is technically true, but that is presented in a misleading manner or is presented without the necessary context. For example, it might be said that a person refused to pay any income tax during a specific year, without saying that no tax was actually owed due to the person having no income that year, or if a person was sacked from a firm, even though they may have been made redundant rather than actually fired.
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|To Wikipedia, the Staff and Editors that make this fabulous site possible, and all those that work to continually |
add to the wealth of information this website provides to/for the world!
As well, many thanks to ALL the sources and ALL those that have made this information available to share.
Knowledge IS power and by affording knowledge to potential victims, then the playing field between the perps
and the potential victims can become more level, without the criminals only being allowed the upper hand.
Ways to join in, contribute to this mission, please see the main page: Cyberstalking. Thank you! - /Artsie_ladie
| ~ http://en.wiki|
| ~ Cyberstalking-Stalking|
| ~ Health_Issues_Of_Victims|
~ Victimization (here)
| ~ Grooming, how to|
~ SHU (Stalker Haters United)
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