unsafeness


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unsafeness

(ʌnˈseɪfnəs)
n
the condition of being unsafe
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She needn't call her partner to come meet her with their dog because of what she calls "a creeping sense of unsafeness."
The feeling of unsafeness engendered by the insecurity of the homeplace is an important technology of discipline as well as a message from the institutions of power.
One approach considers that some unhealthy behaviours, especially those related to drug and alcohol use and abuse, are a source of unsafeness and can be related to negative safety outcomes, such as minor injuries or microaccidents (e.g., Gutierrez-Fisac, Regidor, & Ronda 1992; Kaetsner & Grossmann, 1998; Henderson, Hutcheson, & Davies, 1996).