victimisation


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Noun1.victimisation - an act that exploits or victimizes someone (treats them unfairly)victimisation - an act that exploits or victimizes someone (treats them unfairly); "capitalistic exploitation of the working class"; "paying Blacks less and charging them more is a form of victimization"
mistreatment - the practice of treating (someone or something) badly; "he should be punished for his mistreatment of his mother"
blaxploitation - the exploitation of black people (especially with regard to stereotyped roles in movies)
sexploitation - the commercial exploitation of sex or sexuality or explicit sexual material; "sexploitation by advertisers is notorious"
colonialism - exploitation by a stronger country of weaker one; the use of the weaker country's resources to strengthen and enrich the stronger country
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[USA], May 14 (ANI): Researchers have found that country-level income inequality during the first four years of a child's life can be associated with later bully victimisation.
ISLAMABAD -- The universities teachers association on Saturday urged the Prime Minister Imran Khan to form an impartial committee to probe the alleged malpractices and victimisation of the teaching faculty at International Islamic University (IIU) and Comsats.
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan People's Party (PPP) senior leader Nafisa Shah on Thursday alleged that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government is engaged in political victimisation and is taking revenge from the Sindh government.
LAHORE -- Various opposition parties have termed arrest of PML-N president Shahbaz Sharif by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) political victimisation.
A review of international studies conducted by Modecki, Minchin, Harbaugh, Guerra and Runions (2014) reported that around 36% of students suffer bullying victimisation. A study conducted with Murcian and Valencian children and adolescents showed bullying victimisation of 6.8% (Cerezo, Sanchez, Ruiz, & Arense, 2015).
(12-15) Poly-victimisation is a more stressful eventuality than re-victimisation, i.e., the repetition of the same situation of victimisation (7); however, to date, the association between poly-victimisation and emotional suffering among victims of the Colombian armed conflict has not been quantified.
Objective: To find bullying victimisation as a predictor of physical and psychological health problems among school-going children with hearing impairment.
More work is needed to explore factors that disengage victims from reporting crime and receiving support after victimisation.
Bullying and victimisation are highly prevalent among young people, and both bullies and victims exhibit negative outcomes (Stassen Berger, 2007).
HYDERABAD -- As many as 1,122 cases pertaining to victimisation of 1,152 women were lodged at police stations in the nine districts in Hyderabad Police Range from 2009 to 2014.