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These war stressors include malnutrition, abuse, and displacement. Many times, people who experience a great deal of traumatization will feel numb to their surroundings. It would be easy for a strong man to take advantage of these vulnerable children, and either have take them as slaves or soldiers. Institutionalized violence, or violence that is distributed by the government, occurs especially in countries that enlist child soldiers. This can refer to laws that do nothing to stop child recruitment, officers who publically abuse their citizens, or laws that go as far as to provide loopholes for those recruiting children.
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