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I often am able to get what I want by intimidating and instilling fear in other people, by verbally and/or physically threatening them. Since this succeeds to the extent the threat is believable, I've got a reputation associated with verbal abuse and occasionally resorting to actual  physical violence. (Note: Some who lack restraint use the old threat system, based on “Give it to me or I’ll hurt you” or “Pay me and I’ll quit bothering you.” A more modern approach is to file or threaten a lawsuit.  Of course abandoning restraint is often justifiable.)

Alternate Concise Characterization with Wikipedia Entries:

dishes out physical or verbal abuse==>engages in Bullying

litigious, threatens or files lawsuit

coerces others to exact payment: Extortion

aggression threat carried to extreme: engages in Violence 

summary Wikipedia article: Coercion

Numerical Characterization with TFJD code: 2313

Numerical Characterization with Emotional Volatility VI index: 108

Related Words, Beliefs, Background -- 43 entries                     Songs!                 Discussion from The Worldview Literacy Book

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Intimidation (from online encyclopedia)
Aggression  (from online encyclopedia)
Blackmail (from online encyclopedia)
Fear (from online encyclopedia)
Culture of Fear (from online encyclopedia)
Terrorism (from online encyclopedia)
Relational Aggression (from online encyclopedia)
Rape (from online encyclopedia)
The Negative Effects of Intimidation (from Coping with Life's Stressors website)
Worldview Watch issue #12: "Worldviews Behind Drugs, Violence, and Lawlessness in Mexico"
Worldview Watch issue #33: "Violence, Women, and Illiberal Democracy in Egypt"
Worldview Watch issue #38, posted 5/16/2014 "Connecting September 11, 2001 to Worldview Themes"
Worldview Watch issue #51, posted 1/ 19/ 2017 Trump's Ascendance: The Patriarchy Strikes Back? Not if Women Are Heard! 
Antisocial Behavior
Violent Behavior
Anger and Aggression
The Biology of War by Georg Friedrich Nicolai (read excerpts from classic 1918 book at Google Books or download free ebook)
Blood Rites: Origins and History of the Passions of War by B. Ehrenreich (read excerpts at Google Books)
“The school bully has moved online and is following children home” (article from The Economist October 6 2018)
"Gangs in Mexico: Crime's New Geography" (article from The Economist May 13 2017)
Anatomy of Terror by Ali Soufan (book review by M. Kakutani May 29 2017 NY Times)
A Fiery and Furious People—A History of Violence in England by James Sharpe (book review from The Economist October 1 2016)
"Free Exchange: A History of Violence" (article about USA gun violence and weak laws from The Economist June18 2016 )
"PTSD: Fear Itself" (report includes new understanding on how victims of violence suffer debilitating fear, from The Economist Oct 24 2015)  
"Crime in Latin America: Quickie Kidnappings"  (article from The Economist June 6 2015)
"Guns and Anger--Trigger Happy"  (article in The Economist April 11 2015)
"'It's Bullying That Killed Me'--Dead Teen's Mom Fights to Protect Law" by Tracy Connor (story from NBC News Feb 3 2015)
"More Evidence That Certain Genes Can Encourage Violence" (report from The Economist Nov 1 2014)
"White House Releases Plan to Curb Campus Sexual Assault" by Eliza Gray (and related articles from Time contributor April 28 2014)
"Why Are Black Students Facing Corporeal Punishment in Public Schools?" by Sarah Carr (article from The Nation April 28 2014)
"U.N. study in Asia delves into why men rape" by Madison Park (Sep 10 2013 news report from CNN)
The Origins of War: Old Soldiers (report looks at if humans are genetically deposed to be warriors in The Economist July 20 2013)
Cyberbullying and Cyberthreats by Nancy Willard (learn more about this 2007 book)
Educators Guide to Cyberbullying and Cyberthreats by Nancy Willard  (free 16 page paper based on above book)
Psychological and Psychiatric Foundations of Criminal Behavior
Fist Stick Knife Gun: A Personal History of Violence by Geoffrey Canada (read excerpts from this 2010 book)
What Should Parents and Teachers Know About Bullying
What is Bullying?  (from Youth Violence Project)
"Bullying By Siblings Just As Damaging, Research Finds" by Michelle Healy (June 2013 USA Today report)
"Organized Crime in Russia: Fathers and Sons" (report from Jan 26 2013 issue of The Economist)
"When Bullying Turns Deadly: Can it Be Stopped?" by John Cloud (October 24 2010 Time article)
"Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: Death from Afar" (article from The Economist Nov 3 2012)
"Workplace Bullying and Disruptive Behavior" (2011 online article from Washington State Dept. of Labor and Industries)
Intimidation in the Workplace (includes helpful links)
The National Center for Victims of Crime
Winning Through Intimidation, by Robert Ringer
quotes related to intimidation

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