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COERCION
Meenakshi Ramaswamy
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COERCION The use of threats or limited application of force/punishment to shape another actor's behavior.
Varieties of Coercion: 1. Deterrence 2. Compellence
Deterrence The use of coercion to prevent an actor from taking an undesirable action.
Compellence The use of coercion to make an actor a desired action. Generally considered harder than deterence
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