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... any moral ethical beliefs such in the case of Ministries International Church.
Intimidation and violence against in my opinion is the biggest of all reasons why people commit crime; criminals like this feel superior in terms physical strength, and psychological determination an aggressor has on the innocent people’s lives. Hagan (2013) argued that “male physical strength and agility also favor males’ greater participation in certain crimes such as robbery and burglary” (p. 65). This can also be applied to physical abuse and taking advantage of elderly people who are in the fragile state in the lifetime, rape, and other sexual misconducts and the psychological obsession over another human being; especially the ones that unaware of their stalker; “the threat of potential sexual victimization also limits females’ mobility and access to criminal haunts” (Hagan, 65).
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