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Examples of coercive and controlling behaviour

Table 1.5: Examples of coercive and controlling behaviour
Coercive control can include:

• Verbal, emotional and psychological abuse
• Control of time, space and movement
• Continual monitoring, including by stalking
• Rape, sexual coerciveness and control of pregnancy
• Financial abuse and the denial of resources
• Isolation from sources of support
• Hurting, distressing or manipulating others (including children) to upset the victim/survivor
• Physical violence, intimidation and threats of violence against the victim/survivor, their loved ones
(including pets) and property.

(Matheson et al, 2015; Sanders, 2015; Thomas et al, 2014; Stark, 2007, 2009, 2012; Lehmann et al, 2012; Miller et al, 2010)

CoercivecontrolImpactsonchildrenlitreview.pdf

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