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JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS - Volume 6, Issue 1(2), March 19

Pages: 212-216

Date of Publication: 08-Jul-2019


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IMPACT OF VICTIMIZATION WITH A REFERENCE OF LIFE STYLES OF VICTIMS

Author: Rakesh Kumar

Category: Multidisciplinary

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ABSTRACT

According to the life-course theory and the cycle of violence hypothesis, early youth exploitation has effects and results that can seek after an individual for a mind boggling span and continue impacting them various years afterward. Their bearing begins with an exploitation that develops hostility and apprehension in the midst of their headway into adolescence, which grows expulsion from their mates and further continues assessments of self-hatred, unpleasant and forceful conduct, and singularity.

As these behaviors appear inside the individual, they respond to their condition in manners that either increase their future lack of protection to later victimization, or every so often it will enhance the likelihood that this individual will wind up savage towards others and exploit diverse individuals. The current paper highlights the impact of victimization with a reference of their life styles.