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group violence

People acting in groups sometimes exhibit a capacity for violence that they would not otherwise demonstrate individually. Instances of group violence—including acts of public humiliation, physical abuse, sexual violence, and murder—are often focused on individuals perceived as “others” who are excluded from the larger group.

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