The reason to act or behave in a certain unwanted manner under coercion. It is reasonable expectations of the use of physical force or execution of abused authority. It would be applied against a person or his or her loved ones or cause damage to his or her possessions by other community members if he or she fails to do the action demanded. An example is punishment by torture or imprisonment.
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